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Top Country Songs of All Times

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Best country songs by some of the best country artists

Rated 107 points - posted 8 years ago by arollison in category Music.
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Gentle on my mind - Glen Campbell. Report Abuse
1425 points - added 7 years ago by guest - 9 comments
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Dean Martin version is much better
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Each singer that does a song has a different arrangement and musicians. The Glen Campbell version of the song is the one I prefer. That's why I wrote song, not singer.
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Exactly. Then why did you write, "It is song, not singer." We're on the same page afterall.
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Because their VERSION of the song [lots of singers sing lots of songs] is the one the person chose to enter because in their opinion that is the best version.
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I can live with that. But, if the singers are not important in this list, why are they "attached" to the songs?
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Read the title of the list. It is song, not singer. IMO the Glen Campbell version is the best rendition of the song. You have your opinion, I have mine, end of discussion.
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IMO, Glen's version was considerably superior, and it was the most popular, being continually played on the radio and prominent in all Glen Campbell's TV and personal appearances, whereas Dean Martin could only be heard singing on his own show.
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Actually, the Dean Martin version of this song is fantastic, and much better than Glen's in my opinion!......pandy
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Early in his career Glen played guitar for Dean Martin on some of Martin's recordings.
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Ring of Fire - Johnny Cash Report Abuse
Cash's smoldering voice as well as the great tempo and music of the song still captivates its listeners.
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By The Time I Get To Phoenix - Glen Campbell Report Abuse
1358 points - added 7 years ago by guest - 3 comments
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I listen to golden oldies stations that play songs from the 60s, 70s and 80s. They include the top country songs.
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Sorry, but it was Glen Campbell singing it being heard on all the radio shows and in his television appearances. Not to mention his many live performances!
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Nice song, but the Dean Martin version is much better!......pandy
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I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry - Hank Williams, Sr. Report Abuse
1329 points - added 8 years ago by arollison - 4 comments
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Steady on friend, the lady is entitled to her opinion. Whether you agree or not,there's no need to be insulting.
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Are you now the "Official Spokeswoman" for "anyone who knows anything about country music". I'd bet I know a lot more about country music than you do. It's clear that I know more about "good singing" than you.
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Anyone who knows anything about country music knows Hank Williams had an authentic sound that added considerably to the quality of this great song.
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Great song. Possibly the greatest country song ever written. Almost certainly in the top five. But, poor Hank Williams, like another great songwriter, Kris Kristofferson, couldn't sing worth a darn. His "nasally", twangy, and monotonic singing style sounded like two tomcats fighting in an alley in the middle of the night. Still a poignant song when performed by others who could actually sing.
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Lovesick Blues - Hank Williams Report Abuse
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Help me make it through the night - Kris Kristofferson. Report Abuse
Great song, no matter who sings it.
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Ghost Riders In The Sky - Johnny Cash Report Abuse
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I love this song. Johnny sings it better than anyone else.
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Sweet Home Alabama - Lynard Skynard. Report Abuse
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Cool Water - Marty Robbins Report Abuse
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Tumbling Tumbleweeds - Sons of the Pioneers Report Abuse
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Cattle Call - Eddie Arnold Report Abuse
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The night they drove old Dixie down - Joan Baez. Report Abuse
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JOLENE - Dolly Parton Report Abuse
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King of the Road - Roger Miller Report Abuse
This song drew rock-crazed crowds back into country music. Sing-a-long to this all time favorite.
1041 points - added 8 years ago by arollison - 3 comments
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It was Roger Miller singing it on all the talk and variety shows, not Dean Martin's.
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The Dean Martin hit version is the best ever!
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Dean Martin not only recorded this song solo, but he also recorded it as a "duet" with Roger Miller.
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Crazy - Patsy Cline Report Abuse
1036 points - added 8 years ago by arollison - 1 comment
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how can this song be number 18 ? this is by far number 1. Must have been aglen campbell fan that put this list together
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Wind beneath my wings - Lee Greenwood. Report Abuse
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We're Goin' To Jackson - Johnny and June Carter Cash Report Abuse
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Now, this song is rubbish!
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Mr. Bojangles - Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Report Abuse
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Great Song.
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Will the Circle Be Unbroken - The Carter Family Report Abuse
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Wichita Lineman - Glen Campbell Report Abuse
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Against the Wind - Bob Seger Report Abuse
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Green, Green Grass Of Home - Johnny Cash Report Abuse
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Sorry, definitive version - Tom Jones.
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Oh please! Can't beat an authentic country voice singing a good old country song!
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Dean Martin version is much better!......pandy
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For The Good Times - Johnny Cash Report Abuse
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I quote you, "the CASH version has stood the test of time." Now that you've found out that his version wasn't released until after he died, you're trying to change it to "the song stood the test of time." You never cease to amuse me with your keen intellect. What is "slick commercial music"? Do you mean music performed by talented professional musicians and singers? Then, yes, I suppose that's what I like. I'm not knocking Johnny Cash. His voice with the right song appeals to me. This was obviously not the "right song" for his voice. He probably knew that, and that's why he didn't release it. You keep mentioning "authentic country sound", apparently to explain away bad singing. If that's what you like, so be it. Is Bob Dylan your favorite singer?
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I'm sorry, but what did you not understand about the Cash version of the song being released "posthumously"? And, have you even listened to it? I have, and it's awful. No wonder he didn't release it while he was alive. He's probably turning over in his grave now. The Dean Martin version, along with Ray Price's, are timeless. Cash knew that this was not "his song". So, how can you say Cash's version "has stood the test of time". If you don't hear Dean Martin on the radio, then you must be listening to some two-bit country music station(s). I hear him on the radio OFTEN!
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Judging by what is played on the radio today, the Cash version has stood the test of time. I have not heard Dean's distinctive voice in 20 years except on the ads for his DVDs.
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Reality check: This song was a #1 hit for Ray Price in 1970. The Dean Martin version appeared in 1971 in an album with the same title. That album went gold, reaching #41. The Johnny Cash version was released "posthumously". Therefore, it couldn't have been "the most popular on the radio waves". The Dean Martin version was played widely on the radio at the time. Yes, Dean Martin did perform the song brilliantly on his TV show.
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IMO, you can't beat Johnny Cash singing this song, and it was the most popular on the radio waves and in John's personal appearances. Dean's version would have been heard only on his own show.
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Lovely song, but the Dean Martin version is much better!......pandy
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Hello Darlin - Conway Twitty Report Abuse
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Orange Blossom Special - Johnny Cash Report Abuse
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Rhinestone Cowboy - Glen Campbell. Report Abuse
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I walk the line - Johnny Cash. Report Abuse
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This is Johnny Cash at his best.
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JOHNNY CASH - SUNDAY MORNING COMING DOWN Report Abuse
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Kris Krostoferson wrote it
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Stand By Your Man - Tammy Wynette Report Abuse
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This is one of the great country songs, despite what feminists think of the lyrics.
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Country Boy - Ricky Skaggs. Report Abuse
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Ruby, don't take your love to town - Kenny Rogers. Report Abuse
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Take Me Home Country Roads - John Denver 1970 Report Abuse
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Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash Report Abuse
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Cold, Cold Heart - Johnny Cash Report Abuse
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Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie - Johnny Cash Report Abuse
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You Belong With me - Taylor Swift Report Abuse
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El Paso - Marty Robbins. Report Abuse
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DEAN MARTIN - HOUSTON Report Abuse
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Well, let's do a "side-by-side" comparison. Cash recorded the Dean Martin hit song "Memories are Made of This" (1955), and Martin recorded Cash's hit "I Walk the Line". Listen to them with an open mind, and decide for yourself who's the better singer. To say that Cash had "an honest and true country sound" sounds like an excuse to me. Martin's "sound" is just as honest and true, and he still sings beautifully. As one writer once commented: "Dean Martin could sing the names in a phone book, and it would still sound great." I'm not demeaning Cash. I like him,too. But, he's not in the same lofty league as Dean Martin.
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All the Cash songs were better because he had an honest and true country sound.
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Nonsense. Cash recorded some great songs as well as some duds. The voters have spoken.
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ANY JOHNNY CASH SONG BETTER THAN THIS ONE!
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Great singer, and great song.
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DEAN MARTIN - LITTLE OLE WINE DRINKER ME Report Abuse
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The voters have spoken!
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I agree. Vote it up.
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Candy Kisses is lots better than this.
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I love this song!
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Rubbish song.
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Great singer, great song.
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I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry - Dean Martin Report Abuse
Best performance of this song ever! The great songwriter, Hank Williams, would have been thrilled, and probably brought to tears, by Dean's poignant and heartfelt interpretation of his masterpiece. Yes, songs are important, but how a particular singer translates them into emotion is just as important. Dean's "translation" of this great song is brilliant and unequalled. Just listen to it, and you'll become a believer.
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Sweet Dreams - Patsy Cline Report Abuse
With Patsy showing her vocal range in this song, it makes it one of her most appealing songs.
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Dean Martin - Two great songs: "Honey" & "For The Good Times" Report Abuse
Dean Martin, the greatest singer of all time and Elvis's idol, was named "Man of the Year" in 1966 by the Country Music Association. Dino, through his recordings and hit TV show in the 1960's and '70's, did more to promote country music to a broader audience than any other performer. He truly loved country music.
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It's all up to the voters. This is where they've put it for now. It's the "American Way".
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IF ITS SO GREAT GIVE IT ONE. CASH RULES!
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For The Good Times deserves to be number one. Too bad it doesn't have its own listing.
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Two great songs sung by the best singer ever. Who could ask for more?
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Pancho and Lefty - Emmylou Harris. Report Abuse
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From a distance - Nanci Griffith. Report Abuse
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The Devil Went Down to Georgia - The Charlie Daniels Band Report Abuse
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Candy Kisses - Dean Martin Report Abuse
A lovely, classic song performed to perfection by a wonderful singer.
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Well, vote it up.
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Should be first.
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Faded Love - Bob Willis & His Texas Playboys Report Abuse
Are you ready to dance? Get on your dancing shoes and move to the sound of the twin fiddles.
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Blue Moon of Kentucky - Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys Report Abuse
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Mama Tried - Merle Haggard Report Abuse
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DEAN MARTIN - MY WOMAN, MY WOMAN, MY WIFE Report Abuse
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Marty Robins sang this song alot better.
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Dean Martin was born in, and lived his formative years in, Steubenville, Ohio, a small steel town (at the time) near the West Virginia border. Country music was, and still is, very popular in that part of the country. Dino listened to it, loved it, and was influenced by it. Just because he didn't sing with a "nasally" twang didn't mean that his style of singing country songs was any less authentic than those who did sing that way. Yes, he did have a beautiful voice, but when he sang a country song he was never doing a "Las Vegas/Hollywood imitation" of it. To say that he was is to ignore where he came from. Dean Martin was a great and authentic country singer, who also had the voice and style to sing other types of songs. Don't let the tuxedo fool you.
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Johnny Cash had a pure, true country sound. Dean Martin had a beautiful voice, granted, but it was just a Las Vegas/Hollywood country imitation.
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Dean Martin was still the far better singer. Cash was a singing John Wayne, which made him unique and appealing to many.
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BLESS JOHNNY CASH, GODS KING OF COUNTRY RIP JOHNNY!
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No one, including the American icon, Johnny Cash, sings country better than Dean Martin. Dino had a great voice!
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JOHNNY CASH IS THE BEST!
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I don't agree. Two different types of songs. Both are good.
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Rubbish song. Candy Kisses is better too.
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For The Good Times is a much better song! Just MY opinion.
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Everyone has a right to his or her opinion. "Hundreds" of voters have decided that this song should be #1. It's the American way. Remember? This is a powerful, beautiful, and poignant song sung by the best "voice" ever.
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Overrated. He has other better songs on this list.
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Great, Great song sung by the best!
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Dino was "The Man". Best singer ever!
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Walk On By - Dean Martin Report Abuse
Another classic country song sung to perfection. Take a listen. You might like it.
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He Stopped Loving Her Today - George Jones Report Abuse
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Freebird Report Abuse
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All my ex's live in Texas, George Strait Report Abuse
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She thinks I still care - George Jones. Report Abuse
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Family Tradition - Hank Williams, Jr. Report Abuse
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Man In Black - Johnny Cash Report Abuse
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Fancy - Reba McEntire Report Abuse
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I Hope You Dance - Lee Ann Womack Report Abuse
This song is perfect for best friends, old flames, and significant others. Even a nice song for new college students. If you have never heard it, give it a try. If you are a country music fan, you will like it.
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Luckenbach, Texas - Waylon Jennings Report Abuse
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Okie From Muskogee - Merle Haggard Report Abuse
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Walking After Midnight - Patsy Cline Report Abuse
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A boy named Sue - Johnny Cash. Report Abuse
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Whiskey River - Willie Nelson Report Abuse
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You Never Even Called Me By My Name - David Allen Coe Report Abuse
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Making Believe - Emmylou Harris Report Abuse
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Waiting for a train - Jimmie Rodgers. Report Abuse
Great song. Has had many covers but the original is best.
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Born To Lose - Johnny Cash Report Abuse
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Dean Martin version is great. Much better than Cash's!......pandy
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Don Johnson - Born To Lose (My Hair) Report Abuse
Another one of my all-time favorites.......pandora
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Don Johnson - I've Got Rings On My Fingers (And Bells On My Toes) Report Abuse
"Country version."
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All hail Don Johnson, the reigning King of Country Music.
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I'm ecstatic! Donnie is back in the Top-10!
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This is such a "catchy" tune. Everytime I hear it I take out my false teeth and play them like a castanet. Now, that's a good song!
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Duelling Banjos - Eric Weissberg and Steve Mandrell. Report Abuse
From the movie ' Deliverance,' this is a favourite of everyone.
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It's an instrumental, not a song. Songs have words.
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Jesus Take The Wheel - Carrie Underwood Report Abuse
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The Devil Went Down On Georgia - The Charlie Daniel's Band Report Abuse
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Don Johnson - Take This Job And Shove It Report Abuse
One of my all-time favorites......pandora
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Waiting For A Train While Layin' On The Tracks - Jimmie Rodgers Report Abuse
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You win again - Hank Williams. Report Abuse
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Of course. I always win.
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Sunday Morning Getting High - Johnny Cash Report Abuse
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My Woman, My Woman, Where's My Scotch? - Dean Martin Report Abuse
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She Thinks I Still Come - George Jones Report Abuse
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Rhinestone Funnyboy - Glen Campbell Report Abuse
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Mama Tried But It Just Wouldn't Fit - Merle Haggard Report Abuse
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The Night The Boys Went Down On Old Dixie - Joan Baez Report Abuse
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Ruby, You Can Sell Your Love In Town - Kenny Rogers Report Abuse
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I Snort The Line - Johnny Cash Report Abuse
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Catfightin' Over Little Ole Drunken Me - Hank Williams Report Abuse
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Don Johnson - Stand By Your Man Report Abuse
Donnie sure knows how to belt out a country song......pandora
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Dysfunctional Family Tradition - Hank Williams, Jr. Report Abuse
A song with deep personal meaning, sung from the heart.
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Sweet Wet Dreams - Patsy Cline Report Abuse
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Darlin, I Might Do It, If You Put A Little Whipped Cream On It - Conway Twitty Report Abuse
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FRANK SINATRA - FLY ME TO A SALOON IN A HOT-AIR BALOON Report Abuse
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