Posts Tagged ‘country music’

Cold, Cold Hands

May 16, 2021

“Cold, Cold Hands,” written and recorded by Lawton Williams, 1971.

“There they lay in the wreckage by the side of the road
She was cheating on me and I didn’t know
The girl that I love and some other man
Even in death holding cold cold hands”

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You Can’t Never Tell

April 24, 2021

“You Can’t Never Tell,” written by Luke McDaniel, recorded by Hank Locklin, 1956.

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It Don’t Hurt Anymore

April 18, 2021

“It Don’t Hurt Anymore,” written (as “I Don’t Hurt Anymore”) by Don Robertson and Jack Rollins, recorded by Martina McBride, 2012.

Martina McBride website

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Sweet Dreams

April 17, 2021

“Sweet Dreams,” written and recorded by Don Gibson, 1955. The tune was a posthumous hit for Patsy Cline in 1963.

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Empty Bottles, Empty Heart

April 11, 2021

“Empty Bottles, Empty Heart,” written by Billy Hughes, recorded by Hank Locklin, 1953.

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Back Street Affair

April 4, 2021

“Back Street Affair,” written by Billy Wallace, recorded by Webb Pierce, 1952.

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My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You

April 3, 2021

“My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You,” written by Lee Ross and Bob Wills, recorded by Hank Locklin, 1965.

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Let Me Confess

March 27, 2021

” Let Me Confess,” written by Ernie Keller, Elmer Alley, and Bill Carrigan, recorded by Hank Locklin, 1954. Hank Locklin (vocal, guitar), Chet Atkins (lead guitar), Sam Pruett (guitar), Don Helms (steel guitar), Howard Watts (bass), Jerry Rivers (fiddle), Owen Bradley (piano).

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My Rough and Rowdy Ways

February 28, 2021

“My Rough and Rowdy Ways,” written by Jimmie Rodgers and Elsie McWilliams, recorded by Jimmie Rodgers, 1929.

Jimmie Rodgers Museum website

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Undivided

January 24, 2021

“Undivided,” written by Tyler Hubbard and Chris Locke, recorded by Tim McGraw and Tyler Hubbard, 2020. The latter two performed the song for the Biden Inauguration, January 20, 2021.

I think it’s time to come together, you and I can make a change
Maybe we can make a difference, make the world a better place
Look around and love somebody, we’ve been hateful long enough
Let the good Lord reunite us ’til this country that we love’s undivided

Tim McGraw website

Tyler Hubbard, Florida Georgia Line website

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