Don't tell us how it really was When you was working with daddy Well, in 1950, I took a little nip Along with Mr. Williams on the way to Mississippi We was stacked 8 deep in a Packard limousine And w
Hank, let's talk about your daddy Tell me how your mama loved that man Well, just break out a bottle, hoss I'll tell you bout the driftin' cowboy band We won't talk about the habits Just the music an
There's a tear in my beer 'cause I'm cryin' for you, dear You are on my lonely mind. Into these last nine beers I have shed a million tears. You are on my lonely mind I'm gonna keep drinkin' Until I'm
Recorded by Hank Williams (With Audrey Williams) B: To Canaan's land I'm on my way H: Where the soul of man never dies A: Where the soul... never dies B: My darkest night will turn to day H: Where th
(Hank Williams) Listen to the rain a falling Can't you hear that lonesome sound Oh, my poor old heart is breaking 'Cause my sweet love ain't around. --- Instrumental --- Lord, I think I'll start to
(Orginally released August 1950 as M-G-M #10760) From Hank Williams: The Singles Collection Transcribed by: Ron McGough [D] What's the use to deny we've been [G] living a [D] lie That we should hav
Words and music by Hank Williams, Sr. If the [D] wife and I are fussin', brother that's our right 'Cause me and that sweet woman's got a license to fight [D7] Why don't you [G7] mind your own busines
Well when I woke up this mornin', There was a note upon my door, Said don't make me no coffee Babe, 'cause I won't be back no more, And that's all she wrote, Dear John, I've sent your saddle home. N
(Hank Williams) Well, why don't you love me like you used to do How come you treat me like a worn out shoe My hair's still curly and my eyes are still blue Why don't you love me like you used to do?
Don tell us how it really was when you was workin' with daddy Well in 1950 I took a little nip Along with Mr. Williams on the way to Mississipp' We was stacked 8 deep in a Packard limousine And we met
Don tell us how it really was when you was workin' with daddy Well in 1950 I took a little nip Along with Mr. Williams on the way to Mississipp' We was stacked 8 deep in a Packard limousine And we me
Hank Williams Jr. man of steel Man of steel Now my daddy died when i was three, my momma didnt bounce me on her knee, my grandma and grandpa is done past gone, that kinda left me all alone. my wife to
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