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[[caption-width-right:350:''"Who will take the coal from the mines?/Who will take the salt from the earth?/Who'll take the promise that you don't have to keep?/Don't look now, it ain't you or me..."'']]

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[[caption-width-right:350:''"Who will take the coal from the mines?/Who will take the salt from the earth?/Who'll take the promise that you don't have to keep?/Don't look now, [[caption-width-right:350:''It ain't me, it ain't you or me..."'']]
me, I ain't no millionaire's son, no...'']]


* CoverVersion: "The Midnight Special" is a traditional. "Cotton Fields" is a cover of blues singer Music/{{Leadbelly}}, which would be CoveredUp by Music/TheBeachBoys, appearing on their album ''Music/TwentyTwenty'' from the same year.

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* CoverVersion: "The Midnight Special" is a traditional. traditional folk song. "Cotton Fields" is a cover of a song by blues singer Music/{{Leadbelly}}, which would be CoveredUp by Music/TheBeachBoys, appearing on their album ''Music/TwentyTwenty'' from the same year.


'''''Willy and the Poor Boys''''' is the fourth studio album by Music/CreedenceClearwaterRevival, released in 1969. It is best known for the hits "Down on the Corner" and "Fortunate Son".

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'''''Willy ''Willy and the Poor Boys''''' Boys'' is the fourth studio album by Music/CreedenceClearwaterRevival, released in 1969. It is best known for the hits "Down on the Corner" and "Fortunate Son".



# "It Came Out Of The Sky (Live)" (3:26)
# "Down On The Corner (Jam)" (2:49)

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# "It Came Out Of The of the Sky (Live)" (3:26)
# "Down On The on the Corner (Jam)" (2:49)


''Willy and the Poor Boys'' is the fourth studio album by Music/CreedenceClearwaterRevival, released in 1969. It is best known for the hits "Down on the Corner" and "Fortunate Son".

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''Willy '''''Willy and the Poor Boys'' Boys''''' is the fourth studio album by Music/CreedenceClearwaterRevival, released in 1969. It is best known for the hits "Down on the Corner" and "Fortunate Son".



# "Don't Look Now (It Ain't You Or Me)" (2:11)

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# "Don't Look Now (It Ain't You Or or Me)" (2:11)



* AlbumTitleDrop: "Down On The Corner"

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* AlbumTitleDrop: "Down On The on the Corner"



* AlienInvasion and CameFromTheSky: "It Came Out Of The Sky".

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* AlienInvasion and CameFromTheSky: "It Came Out Of The of the Sky".



** "Midnight Special" was used in the Creedence Clearwater Revival version in ''Film/TwilightZoneTheMovie'' (1983), during the pro- and epilogue.
** "Time To Get Ill" by Music/TheBeastieBoys from ''Music/LicensedToIll'' (1986) samples "Down On The Corner".

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** "Midnight Special" was used in the Creedence Clearwater Revival version in ''Film/TwilightZoneTheMovie'' (1983), during the pro- prologue and epilogue.
** "Time To Get Ill" by Music/TheBeastieBoys from ''Music/LicensedToIll'' (1986) samples "Down On The on the Corner".



* StandardSnippet: Together with "All Along The Watchtower" by [[Music/JimiHendrix The Jimi Hendrix Experience]] from ''Music/ElectricLadyland'', "Paint It Black" by Music/TheRollingStones from the US version of ''Music/{{Aftermath}}'', "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place" by Music/TheAnimals and "For What It's Worth" by Buffalo Springfield, "Fortunate Son" has become ''the'' soundtrack to any images of the Vietnam War.
* TakeThat: "Fortunate Son", aimed at hypocrites who remain safely away from the frontline while advocating war at the same time. "It Came Out Of The Sky", about an alien invasion, also pokes fun at the American government, Vice President Spiro Agnew, the Vatican, UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan[[note]] who was then governor of UsefulNotes/{{California}}[[/note]] and journalists Walter Cronkite and Eric Sevareid.

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* StandardSnippet: Together with "All Along The the Watchtower" by [[Music/JimiHendrix The Jimi Hendrix Experience]] from ''Music/ElectricLadyland'', "Paint It Black" "PaintItBlack" by Music/TheRollingStones from the US version of ''Music/{{Aftermath}}'', "We Gotta Get Out Of of This Place" by Music/TheAnimals and "For What It's Worth" by Buffalo Springfield, "Fortunate Son" has become ''the'' soundtrack to any images of the Vietnam War.
* TakeThat: "Fortunate Son", aimed at hypocrites who remain safely away from the frontline while advocating war at the same time. "It Came Out Of The of the Sky", about an alien invasion, also pokes fun at the American government, Vice President Spiro Agnew, the Vatican, UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan[[note]] who was then governor of UsefulNotes/{{California}}[[/note]] and journalists Walter Cronkite and Eric Sevareid.





# "Down On The Corner" (2:46)
# "It Came Out Of The Sky" (2:53)

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# "Down On The on the Corner" (2:46)
# "It Came Out Of The of the Sky" (2:53)



# "Side O' The Road" (3:24)

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# "Side O' The o' the Road" (3:24)


'''''Willy and the Poor Boys''''' is the fourth studio album by Music/CreedenceClearwaterRevival, released in 1969. It is best known for the hits "Down on the Corner" and "Fortunate Son".

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'''''Willy ''Willy and the Poor Boys''''' Boys'' is the fourth studio album by Music/CreedenceClearwaterRevival, released in 1969. It is best known for the hits "Down on the Corner" and "Fortunate Son".


The album was listed at #309 in ''Magazine/RollingStone''[='=]s [Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime 500 Greatest Albums of All Time]]. "Fortunate Son" has been included in the UsefulNotes/NationalRecordingRegistry in 2013 for being "culturally, historically and aesthetically important."

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The album was listed at #309 in ''Magazine/RollingStone''[='=]s [Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime [[Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime 500 Greatest Albums of All Time]]. "Fortunate Son" has been included in the UsefulNotes/NationalRecordingRegistry in 2013 for being "culturally, historically and aesthetically important."


'''''Willy And The Poor Boys''''' is the fourth studio album by Music/CreedenceClearwaterRevival, released in 1969. It is best known for the hits "Down On The Corner" and "Fortunate Son".

The album was listed at nr. #309 in Magazine/RollingStone's ''Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime''. "Fortunate Son" has been included in the UsefulNotes/NationalRecordingRegistry in 2013 for being "culturally, historically and aesthetically important."

Not to be confused with Willie And The Poor Boys, a short-lived supergroup from TheEighties that came out with an [[SelfTitledAlbum album of the same name]]. Led by Bill Wyman and features Charlie Watts, Andy Fairweather-Low, Mickey Gee and Geraint Watkins, among others.

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'''''Willy And The and the Poor Boys''''' is the fourth studio album by Music/CreedenceClearwaterRevival, released in 1969. It is best known for the hits "Down On The on the Corner" and "Fortunate Son".

The album was listed at nr. #309 in Magazine/RollingStone's ''Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime''.''Magazine/RollingStone''[='=]s [Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime 500 Greatest Albums of All Time]]. "Fortunate Son" has been included in the UsefulNotes/NationalRecordingRegistry in 2013 for being "culturally, historically and aesthetically important."

Not to be confused with Willie And The and the Poor Boys, a short-lived supergroup from TheEighties that came out with an [[SelfTitledAlbum album of the same name]]. Led by Bill Wyman and features Charlie Watts, Andy Fairweather-Low, Mickey Gee and Geraint Watkins, among others.


The album was listed at nr. #309 in Magazine/RollingStone's ''Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime''. "Fortunate Son" has been included in the UsefulNotes/NationalRecordingRegistry in 2014 for being "culturally, historically and aesthetically important."

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The album was listed at nr. #309 in Magazine/RollingStone's ''Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime''. "Fortunate Son" has been included in the UsefulNotes/NationalRecordingRegistry in 2014 2013 for being "culturally, historically and aesthetically important."


"Fortunate Son" has been included in the UsefulNotes/NationalRecordingRegistry in 2014 for being "culturally, historically and aesthetically important."

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The album was listed at nr. #309 in Magazine/RollingStone's ''Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime''. "Fortunate Son" has been included in the UsefulNotes/NationalRecordingRegistry in 2014 for being "culturally, historically and aesthetically important."

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** The WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars sing "Mindight Special" in the episode "Hard Rock".

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** The WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars sing "Mindight "Midnight Special" in the episode "Hard Rock".


* SiameseTwinSongs: Though never released off of Willy and the Poor Boys, "Poorboy Shuffle" fades out as "Feelin' Blue" fades in, making them practically inseparable.

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* SiameseTwinSongs: Though never released off outside of Willy and the Poor Boys, this album, "Poorboy Shuffle" fades out as "Feelin' Blue" fades in, making them practically inseparable.



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[[caption-width-right:350:''"Who will take the coal from the mines?/Who will take the salt from the earth?/Who'll take the promise that you don't have to keep?/Don't look now, it ain't you or me..."'']]


[[caption-width-right:350:''"Who will take the coal from the mines?/Who will take the salt from the earth?/Who'll take the promise that you don't have to keep?/
Don't look now, it ain't you or me..."'']]

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[[caption-width-right:350:''"Who will take the coal from the mines?/Who will take the salt from the earth?/Who'll take the promise that you don't have to keep?/
Don't look now, it ain't you or me..."'']]

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