Montana Slim And His Big Hole Bronco Busters - When The Ice Worm Nests Again album flac
|When The Ice Worm Nests Again|
|Shackles And Chains|
|48-0139||Montana Slim And His Big Hole Bronco Busters*||Montana Slim And His Big Hole Bronco Busters* - When The Ice Worm Nests Again (7", Gre)||RCA Victor||48-0139||US||1949|
|58-0129||Wilf Carter With The Calgary Stampeders||Wilf Carter With The Calgary Stampeders - When The Ice Worms Nest Again / Shackles And Chains (Shellac, 10")||RCA Victor||58-0129||Canada||Unknown|
|48-0139||Wilf Carter With The Calgary Stampeders||Wilf Carter With The Calgary Stampeders - When The Ice Worms Nest Again (7", Gre)||RCA Victor||48-0139||Canada||Unknown|
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When the king enjoys his own again (sometimes known as The king shall enjoy his own again) is a Cavalier ballad written by Martin Parker during the English Civil War (first published in 1643). It was later adopted by Jacobites. According to the historian Dr. Bernard Capp, this song was perhaps the most popular song in mid-seventeenth century England. The eighteenth century critic Joseph Ritson called it "the most famous and popular air ever heard in this country".
LyricsWhen the Ice-Worm Nesta Again.