Tom Trauberts Blues

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  1. Tom Traubert is the name of (not sure if it's his actual name) one of Waits' friends who spent his time hitchiking across America. Tom Traubert was arrested for some reason (he didn't explain) and lived in jail for some years before eventually dying there. This song is, apparently, written for him.5/5(7).
  2. Tom Trauberts Blues Chords by Rod Stewart. Learn to play guitar by chord / tabs using chord diagrams, transpose the key, watch video lessons and much more.
  3. In Rod Stewart covered this as "Tom Traubert's Blues (Waltzing Matilda)." It peaked at #6 in the UK singles chart. This was the second time Stewart had charted with a Tom Waits song. In he had a transatlantic top 10 hit with Waits' "Downtown Train.".
  4. Donagh from Nashville, Late Of Nj, Tn A Google (or other search engine) search of Tom Traubert's Blues will bring up countless sites rendering numerous theories speculating on the meaning behind this song. College theses on the topic are not uncommon. (kinda sad) Testimonials of people supposedly 'in the know' about the details are plentiful.
  5. Tom Trauberts Blues Chords by Tom Waits. Learn to play guitar by chord / tabs using chord diagrams, transpose the key, watch video lessons and much more.
  6. "Tom Traubert's Blues (Four Sheets to the Wind in Copenhagen)" (commonly known as "Tom Traubert's Blues" or "Waltzing Matilda") is a song by American alternative rock musician Tom Waits. It is the opening track on Waits' third studio album Small Change, released in September on Asylum Records.
  7. Tom Traubert's Blues Lyrics. Rod Stewart – Tom Traubert's Blues. 5 Comments; 0 Tags; Wasted and wounded And it ain't what the moon did I got what I paid for now See you tomorrow Hey, Frank, can I borrow A couple of bucks from you To go waltzing Matilda, waltzing Matilda You'll go waltzing Matilda with me I'm an innocent victim of a blinded 5/5(2).
  8. Tom Traubert's Blues is evidently based on the Australian hymn Waltzing Matilda (written by A.B. "Banjo" Paterson). So it's tempting to assume both songs deal with the same subject-matter. But this is not the case. The only thing similar in both songs is the chorus. In Waits was.

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