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Bob Heyer: Music

WV The Land of Our Dreams

(Bob Heyer)
April 18, 2013
Robert C. Heyer 9/13/2012

Your Lovin' and Charms

(Robert C. Heyer)
October 3, 2012
words & music by Robert C. Heyer

The Miner's Story

(Bob Heyer)
October 6, 2012
words & music by Robert C. Heyer

Won't You Come With Me

(Robert C. Heyer)
October 6, 2012
words & music by Robert C. Heyer

It Gonna Be Another Brand New Day

(Robert C. Heyer)
October 6, 2012
words & music by Robert C. Heyer

I've Done Some Ramblin' In My Day

(Robert C. Heyer)
October 6, 2012
words & music by Robert C. Heyer

Where The Roots Reach For Water

(Robert C. Heyer)
October 6, 2012
words & music by Robert C. Heyer

There's Music In The Air Somewhere

(Robert C. Heyer)
October 6, 2012
words & music by Robert C. Heyer

One Day

(Robert C. Heyer)
October 6, 2012
words & music by Robert C. Heyer

And Red Blood Stained The Green Hills Of Our Land

(Robert C. Heyer)
October 6, 2012
words & music by Robert C. Heyer

My Little White House In The Valley

(Robert C. Heyer)
October 6, 2012
words & music by Robert C. Heyer

Falling In Love's Gonna Be The Ruin Of Me

(Robert C. Heyer)
October 6, 2012
words & music by Robert C. Heyer

Lula Mae

(Robert C. Heyer)
October 6, 2012
words & music by Robert C. Heyer

The Struggle Never Ends Somehow.

(Robert C. Heyer)
October 6, 2012
words & music by Robert C. Heyer

Trayvon

(Robert C. Heyer)
October 6, 2012
words & music by Robert C. Heyer

Cherry River Line

(Bob Heyer)
2005
traditional

Red Rocking Chair

(Bob Heyer)
2005
traditional
An old tune that's played a number of ways. Here is one of them.

Look Down That Lonesome Road

(Bob Heyer)
2005
traditional with additional verses by Robert C. Heyer

Flatfoot In the Ashes

(Bob Heyer)
2005
traditional

Old Rub Alcohol Blues

(Bob Heyer)
2005
traditional

Salt River

(Bob Heyer)
2005
traditional

Fare Thee Well, Oh Honey

(Bob Heyer)
2005
traditional

Hard Luck Blues

(Bob Heyer)
2005
words & music by Robert C. Heyer

New Stranger Blues

(Bob Heyer)
2005
traditional

Thomas McCorkle

(Bob Heyer)
2005
words- Terence Davey, music-Robert C. Heyer
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