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  1. Dinos

    Find album reviews, stream songs, Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Shriner's Convention - Ray Stevens on AllMusic - You're Never Goin' to Tampa With Me. Ray Stevens. Amazon.
  2. Voodoorg

    Shriner's Convention This song is by Ray Stevens and appears on the album Shriner's Convention () and on the album LIVE! (). Yeah, they come down Main Street, drums a flailing Sirens a-wailin', what a roar Bands are a-playin' and flags are a-wavin' And the vanguard's a motorcycle corps Clowns are a-clownin' through the crowd and pinchin' .
  3. Fejas

    Now a decade later, the Shriners are back with their competitions, celebrations, meetings, their largest parade of the year in Ybor City, and a special Walk for LOVE benefiting the local Shriners Hospitals for Children. In , Shriners International voted overwhelmingly to move their headquarters from Chicago to Tampa.
  4. Nikojas

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Shriner's Convention on Discogs. Label: RCA - PB • Format: Vinyl 7 Ray Stevens - Shriner's Convention (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(4).
  5. Voodootaxe

    "Shriners Convention" is a country-and-western novelty song written, composed, and performed by Ray is based on Stevens' experiences at an Atlanta hotel where an actual Shriners convention was being held.. Shriners have taken the song as good-natured humor, and have even welcomed Stevens' participation in fundraising activities, as his fame attracts more attendees to charity events.
  6. Meztizuru

    This is the Shriners International website home page describing events, philanthropy, news items, brotherhood, organzation, fraternity.
  7. Kajisho

    The rights to new version of the song "I Want to Know What Love Is" were gifted to Shriners Hospitals for Children as part of a fundraising and awareness campaign.
  8. Grogis

    Lyrics to 'Shriner's Convention' by Ray Stevens: Here they come down main street Drums a flailin' and the sirens a wailin', what a roar! Bands are a playin' and flags are a wavin' And the Vanguards and Motorcycle Corps.

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