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Miner's Melody

(For the Comstock gold
and silver miners)

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Welcome to the Old Fogies' Jukebox. In this section we have MIDI renditions of our original music and songs. The jukebox will take you through R&B, traditional rock, country and new age "odds and ends." The quality of these MIDI sounds depends primarily on your computer's MIDI sound card, but MIDI files are convenient as they are small and fast to download.

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Please note that all the music on this site is copyrighted. Feel free to download for your personal pleasure, but if you wish to use any of this material on your own site, we'll permit it if you make sure to include the copyright disclaimer, © The Old Fogies.

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Midi files composed using Band-in-a-Box
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LYRICS

MINER'S MELODY
Music by Willis Lamm, lyrics by Harold Roy Miller © 2005 - - - The Comstock Lode was quite a famous mine. The silver ore glowed and how the gold did shine. Saloon whisky flowed, as did the beer and wine, Iím told. - in Virginia City. The miners poured in from every western port; hard working men of every type and sort. Some would win, some of them came up short on gold - on gold. The silver was gone by eighteen seventy-eight. It was soon known of strikes in another state. The miners moved on and left the town to its fate. - Poor Virginia City. The dynamite blasts that came from underground were in the past. No more ore was found. The mines breathed their last, then they were shut down and sold. - What a pity.