The Ballad Of A Small Man

World Party plays 'The Ballad Of The Little Man' in Pittsburgh.

The Ballad of Little Jo is a American Western film inspired by the true story of a society woman who tries to escape the stigma of bearing a child out of wedlock by going out to the West, and living disguised as a man. The film stars Suzy Amis, Bo Hopkins, Ian McKellen, David Chung, Heather Graham, Carrie Snodgress and Melissa Leo, and was written and directed by Maggie Greenwald.

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Read about Ballad of a Small Man from Marty Robbins's All Around Cowboy and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

The Ballad of a Small Player is a layered work, a novel about addiction, love and class but given an allusive face by the way it perches constantly on some supernatural brink.”—Irish Examiner Praise for Lawrence Osborne's The Forgiven Selected by The Economist as one of Reviews:


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  1. Marty Robbins Lyrics. "Ballad Of A Small Man". He was a small man but this man was all man. He was accustomed to danger. He knew the badlands, he knew every bad man. This man was a ranger, ranger, ranger. Into the township of Pecos he rode.

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  3. The Ballad of a Small Player is a layered work, a novel about addiction, love and class but given an allusive face by the way it perches constantly on some supernatural brink.”— Irish Examiner Praise for Lawrence Osborne's The ForgivenReviews:

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