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7 Apr - 7 min - Uploaded by Music Vault Recorded Live: 12/31/ - Winterland (San Francisco, CA) Grateful Dead - Scarlet. 28 Apr - 7 min - Uploaded by Music Vault Recorded Live: 10/30/ - Radio City Music Hall (New York, NY) Grateful Dead - "He's. "Samson and Delilah" is a traditional song based on the Biblical tale of Samson and his betrayal by Delilah. Its best known performer is perhaps the Grateful Dead, who first performed.
Samson And Delilah Lyrics: If I had my way / I would tear this whole building down / Well Delilah was a woman, she was fine and fair / She had good looks, God. 5 May Bob Weir had good reason for vehemently roaring, "If I had my way I would tear this old building down," when the Grateful Dead played the. Samson and Delilah was first performed by the Grateful Dead in June From then on it was a regular in the repertoire being played at least 20 times a year.
Sung regularly by Bob Weir with the Grateful Dead from the mids onwards. He varied the Delilah she climbed up on Samson's knee (note 3) Said tell me. Fans of Grateful Dead trivia may know that the Dead were more likely to play “ Samson & Delilah” on a Sunday than on other days. Why? Because as Phil Lesh . Watch the First Trailer for Amazon's Epic Grateful Dead Documentary May 17, ; Check Out Six More Tracks From The National-Led Grateful Dead Tribute. If I had my way, I would tear this old building down. Well Delilah was a woman, she was fine and fair,. She had good looks, God knows, and coal black hair. Samson And Delilah by Grateful Dead chords. One clean accurate version. No abusive ads. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal.
Discuss, vote on, and listen to the best versions of Samson and Delilah by Grateful Dead. View concert statistics of Samson and Delilah by Grateful Dead played live. Check out who covered the song and in which years it was played and how often!. 18 Jul - 4 min From Album - - Terrapin Station By STUDIO DELTA. G C G Delilah was a woman, she was fine and fair, G D G She had lovely looks, and coal black hair. G C G Delilah she gained old Samson's mind. G D G When.