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  • Samuel Leroy Jackson (born December 21, ) is an American film and television actor and film producer. In , after gaining critical acclaim for his role in Jungle Fever, he appeared in films such as Goodfellas, Patriot Games, Amos & Andrew, True Romance and Jurassic Park.
  • Mar 06,  · Song Stackolee; Artist Samuel L. Jackson; Album Black Snake Moan: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack; Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] Redeye Distribution, PIAS .
  • Stack-O-Lee Lyrics: This here a song from back in the day / Nineteen hundred and sixty two / My woman put my black ass out in the cold / I said baby why you leavin', she said our love done gone cold.
  • Samuel L. Jackson - Stackolee Lyrics. This here song is from back in the day Nineteen hundred and sixty two My women put my black ass out in the cold I said, Lyrics. Popular Song Lyrics. Billboard Hot Upcoming Lyrics. Recently Added. Top Lyrics of Top Lyrics of
  • Sep 10,  · Samuel L. Jackson, Quentin Tarantino & more on Django Unchained | Film4 Interview Special - Duration: Film4 Recommended for you. Stackolee - Duration: Samuel L. Jackson - Topic 42, views. Heart - Stairway to Heaven Led Zeppelin - Kennedy Center Honors HD - Duration:
  • samuel l jackson-stackolee The song text is absent Explore album. Black Snake Moan. by Soundtrack - Various Artists. Download Album. scott bomar-opening theme. son house-aint but one kind of blues. samuel l jackson-just like a bird without a feather. the black keys-when the lights go out.
  • All these versions tell the same core story, but no two of them seem able to agree on the details. A man named Stack Lee - or Stagger Lee, or Stack O'Lee - goes to a bar called The Bucket Of Blood - or sometimes The White Elephant - where he kills a man called Billy Lyons - or Billy Lion, or Billy DeLyon - for stealing - or winning - his Stetson hat.
  • In the film Black Snake Moan, Samuel L. Jackson's character sings a boastful version of the song from Stagger Lee's perspective, titled "Stackolee". This version is based on R. L. Burnside's rendition which can be heard on the album Well, Well, Well. Blues musician Keb' Mo' performs his version in a scene from the film Honeydripper.