|1||Take This Job And Shove It|
Written-By – D.A. Coe
|2||Slide Off Of Your Satin Sheets|
Written By – D. Tankersley-W. CarsonWritten-By – D. Tankersley, W. Carson
|15-2360||Johnny Paycheck||Take This Job And Shove It / Slide Off Of Your Satin Sheets (7", RE)||Epic||15-2360||US||Unknown|
|41502360, 2360||Johnny Paycheck||Take This Job And Shove It (7")||Epic, Collectables||41502360, 2360||US||Unknown|
|15-2360||Johnny Paycheck||Take This Job And Shove It / Slide Off Of Your Satin Sheets (7", Single)||Epic||15-2360||US||Unknown|
- Producer – Billy Sherrill
(A): Originally released October, 1977
(B): Originally released January, 1977
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
Slide Off Of Your Satin Sheets - Johnny Paycheck. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Slide Off You Satin Sheets - Johnny Paycheck. Take This Job and Shove It is the seventeenth album released by country music artist Johnny Paycheck. It was his second album released in 1977 see 1977 in country music and is his most commercially successful album, being certified platinum by the RIAA. It contains his most well known song, the David Allan Coe-written title song. It was his only single ever to reach 1 on the Country charts. Two other singles released from this album, Colorado Kool-Aid and Georgia in a Jug, reached 50 and 17. Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Slide off of Your Satin Sheets Johnny Paycheck The Soul & The Edge: The Best Of Johnny Paycheck Paycheck. Take Your Job & Shove It Slide Off Your Satin Sheets. Johnny Paycheck - Slide Off Your Satin Sheets. On this page you can download song Johnny Paycheck - Slide Off Your Satin Sheets in mp3 and listen online. Country Music Folk, World, & Country. Johnny Paycheck. Chorus Slide off of you satin sheets Slip into your long soft mink You know where to find my door And I know what you're crying for. Baby, you once told me I was good for nothin And you couldn't live on dreams and crystal balls His money buys you everything But my loving So I guess I'm good for something after all. Slide off of you satin sheets Slip into your long soft mink You know where to find my door And I know what you're crying for. More o. Johnny Paycheck was steadily moving his way up the country charts until 1978, when Take This Job and Shove It catapulted him to the top. It was a combination of the right song given to the right singer at the right time, but much of that combination was down to producer Billy Sherrill, who had steadily been smoothing out the rough edges in Paycheck's sound while exaggerating his outlaw stance for almost comical effect. From Cotton to Satin From Birmingham to Manhattan. Artist: Johnny Paycheck. Album: Slide Off Of Your Satin Sheets 1977. Translations: German. A A. Slide Off Of Your Satin Sheets. What a beautiful mansion he built you. Splendor Lord you got it wall to wall. And yet with all of that you're still not happy. Cause every time he's gone I get your call. Slide off of you satin sheets. Slip into your long soft mink. You know where to find my door. And I know what your cryin' for. Baby you once told me I was good for nothin'. And you couldn't live on dreams and crystal balls. Ищете треки из альбома Take Your Job & Shove It исполнителя Johnny Paycheck Тогда заходите на наш сайт - слушайте музыку онлайн и скачивайте бесплатно. For fans of the 1978 hit, Take This Job and Shove It, the first name that comes to mind is often singer Johnny Paycheck, who took it to Number One for two weeks. But that would not have been possible without the songs writer, David Allan Coe. In 1977, he scored three consecutive Top Ten hits with Slide Off Your Satin Sheets, Im the Only Hell Mama Ever Raised, and the biggest hit of his career, Take This Job and Shove It. A Number One country smash for Paycheck, it was penned by David Allan Coe and originally released on his 1978 LP, Family Album. Flashback: David Allan Coe Cuts the 'Perfect Country and Western Song'