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Charley Pride performs "Me And Bobby McGee" (lun, 22 oct 2018)
  "Me and Bobby McGee" is a song written by Kris Kristofferson and Fred Foster, originally performed by Roger Miller. Others performed the song later, including Grateful Dead, Kristofferson himself,Kenny Rogers and The First Edition, Gordon Lightfoot, Miranda Lambert, and most famously Janis Joplin. The song is the story of two drifters, the narrator and his girlfriend Bobby McGee. The couple hitch a ride from a truck driver and sing as they drive through the American south. They visit California and then part ways, with the song's narrator expressing his sadness after her departure. Charley Pride - Me And Bobby Mcgee lyrics   Busted flat in Baton Rouge, waitin' for a train And I's feelin' near as faded as my jeans Bobby thumbed a diesel down, just before it rained It rode us all the way to New Orleans I pulled my harpoon out of my dirty red bandanna I was playin' soft while Bobby sang the blues, yeah Windshield wipers slappin' time, I was holdin' Bobby's hand in mine We sang every song that driver knew Freedom's just another word for nothin' left to lose Nothin', don't mean nothin' hon' if it ain't free, no no And, feelin' good was easy, Lord, when he sang the blues You know, feelin' good was good enough for me Good enough for me and my Bobby McGee From the Kentucky coal mine to the California sun There Bobby shared the secrets of my soul Through all kinds of weather, through everything we done Yeah, Bobby baby kept me from the cold One day up near Salinas, Lord, I let him slip away He's lookin' for that home, and I hope he finds it But, I'd trade all of my tomorrows, for a single yesterday To be holdin' Bobby's body next to mine Freedom's just another word for nothin' left to lose Nothin', that's all that Bobby left me, yeah But, feelin' good was easy, Lord, when he sang the blues Hey, feelin' good was good enough for me, mm-hmm Good enough for me and my Bobby McGee La da da La da da da La da da da da da da da La da da da da da da da Bobby McGee, yeah La da da da da da da La da da da da da da La da da da da da da Bobby McGee, yeah La da La la da da la da da la da da La da da da da da da da da Hey, my Bobby Oh, my Bobby McGee, yeah La la la la la la la la La la la la la la la la la la la la la la la Hey, my Bobby Oh, my Bobby McGee, yeah Well, I call him my lover, call him my man I said, I call him my lover did the best I can, c'mon Hey now, Bobby now Hey now, Bobby McGee, yeah Woo La da, la da, la da, la da, la da, la da, la da, la la Hey, hey, hey Bobby McGee, yeah La da, la da, la da, la da, la da, la da, la da, la Hey, hey, hey, Bobby McGee, yeah


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Western Music Time (17-21 Oct 2018),DJ OJ Sikes (lun, 22 oct 2018)
Opening theme Covers of Silver Screen Cowboy Recordings Ridin’ Ropin’ – Hays County Gals (Roy Rogers) (I’ve Got Spurs that) Jingle, Jangle, Jingle – Syd Masters (Tex Ritter) Ridin’ Down the Trail to Albuquerque – RW Hampton (Tex Ritter)    Sentimental, Worried & Blue – Bobby Boatright, voc Riata (Sons of the Pioneers) Rocky Canyon – Kristyn Harris (Gene Autry) Cowboy – High Country Cowboys (Eddy Arnold) Under Fiesta Stars – Diamond W Wranglers (Gene Autry) Along the Santa Fe Trail – Journey West (Sons of the Pioneers) I Didn’t Realize - Asleep at the Wheel fea Leon Rausch 2 Songs from the Dick Foran movie, Song of the Saddle, 1936 Happy Cowboy – Sons of the Pioneers Underneath a Western Sky – Dick Foran Flowers Along the Border Margarita – Jimmy Wakely Mexicali Rose – Sons of the Pioneers Amapola – Gene Autry Rosa – Tommy Doss Atomic Power Underneath the Texas Moonlight - Fred Kirby Atomic Power – Fred Kirby Old Man Atom – Sons of the Pioneers You Never Can Tell – Jimmy Wakely Trio Western Roses                     Yellow Rose of Texas – Gene Autry   Rose of the Rio Grande – Mills Bros River of the Roses – Sons of the Pioneers  California Rose – Roy Rogers Rose of Santa Fe - Eddie Dean  Rose of El Paso – Johnny Bond Red River Rose – Wesley Tuttle San Antonio Rose – Bob Wills & his Texas Playboys  When the White Roses Bloom Down in Red River Valley – Gene Autry My Cherokee Rose – Jimmy Wakely Trio Rose of Cimarron – Lynn Anderson Till the Roses Bloom Next Spring – Red Steagall Ragtime Cowboy from Santa Fe – Dick Thomas Osage Stomp – Asleep at the Wheel Music from Lights of Old Santa Fe (Roy Rogers – 1944)           Cowboy Jubilee – Roy Rogers & the Sons of the Pioneers Amor – Dale Evans Ride ‘Em Cowboy –Sons of the Pioneers Cowpoke Polka – Roy Rogers & the Sons of the Pioneers Trigger Hasn’t Got a Purty Figure – Roy Rogers Lights of Old Santa Fe – Roy Rogers, Dale Evans & Gabby Hayes Cimarron (Roll On) – Wesley Tuttle & his Texas Stars (with Wes, Johnny Bond & Merle Travis as vocal trio) Closing theme


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The Hee Haw Gospel Quartet performs "Where Could I Go But to the Lord" (lun, 22 oct 2018)
  The Hee Haw Gospel Quartet - Almost always closed the show's last segment. Clark, Owens, Grandpa Jones, and Kenny Price (Sometimes Tennessee Ernie Ford, replaces Kenny Price)would sing a gospel hymn. Several of their performances were released as recordings. Joe Babcock took over as lead singer after Owens left the show, and Ray Burdette took over as bass singer after the death of Kenny Price; but the Quartet was not featured as often from that point on. However, the show still closed with a gospel song—if not by the Quartet, then by either the entire cast, a guest gospel artist, or cast member Lulu Roman (a gospel artist in her own right). Where Could I Go But to the Lord Lyrics   Living below, in this old sinful world Hardly a comfort can afford Striving alone, to face temptation's sword Where could I go but to the Lord? Where could I go, oh where could I go? Seeking a refuge for my soul Needing a friend, to help me in the end Where could I go, but to the Lord? Neighbors are kind, I love them everyone We get along in sweet accord But when my soul, needs manner from above Where could I go but to the Lord? Where could I go, oh where could I go? Seeking a refuge for my soul Needing a friend, to help me in the end Where could I go, but to the Lord? Life here is grand, with friends I love so dear Comfort I get from God's own word Yet when I face this chilling hand of death Where could I go but to the Lord? Where could I go, oh where could I go? Seeking a refuge for my soul Needing a friend, to help me in the end Where could I go, but to the Lord?


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Margo Smith performs "It Only Hurts For A Little While" (dom, 21 oct 2018)
"It Only Hurts for a Little While" is a 1956 popular song with music by Fred Spielman and lyrics by Mack David.   The recording by The Ames Brothers was released by RCA Victor Records as catalog number 20-6481. It first reached the Billboard magazine charts on May 19, 1956. On the Disk Jockey chart, it peaked at #15; on the Best Seller chart, at #16; on the Juke Box chart, at #11; on the composite chart of the top 100 songs, it reached #15.   In 1978, Country Music singer Margo Smith released her version of the song b/w Look Out Mountain, and it went to number one on the Country charts that year and was her second and last number one. It was released on her album Don't Break the Heart That Loves You that year. WIKIPEDIA
Margo Smith - It Only Hurts For A Little While lyrics   It only hurts for a little while That's what they tell me that's what they say Oh it only hurts for a little while   Then all your heartaches will pass away   It's so easy to be smart with somebody else's heart But I don't know how to start forgetting you what can I do   It only hurts for a little while That's what they tell me just wait and see But I will hurt till you come back to me   It only hurts for a little while That's what they tell me that's what they say It only hurts for a little while That's what they tell me just wait and see But I will hurt till you come back to me

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Charley Pride performs "Mississippi Cotton Picking Delta Town"Live On Marty Stuart show 2013 (dom, 21 oct 2018)
"Mississippi Cotton Picking Delta Town" is a song written by Harold Dorman and George Gann, and recorded by American country music artist Charley Pride. It was released in August 1974 as the first single from his album Pride of America. The song peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. It also reached number 1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada. WIKIPEDIA Charley Pride Mississippi Cotton Picking Delta Town Lyrics   In a Mississippi cotton pickin' Delta town One dusty street to walk up and down Nothin' much to see but a starvin' hound In a Mississippi cotton pickin' Delta town   Down in the Delta where I was born All we raised was cotton potatoes and corn I've picked cotton till my fingers hurt Draggin' the sack through that Delta dirt   And I've worked hard the whole week long Pickin' my fingers to the blood and bone There ain't a lotta money in a cotton bale At least when you try to sell   In a Mississippi cotton pickin' Delta town One dusty street to walk up and down Nothin' much to see but a starvin' hound In a Mississippi cotton pickin' Delta town   On Saturday nights we'd get dressed up Catch us a ride on a pickup truck On a gravel road it'd nearly strangle us That cotton pickin' Delta dust   We'd sit across the street on the depot porch Lookin' at the folks lookin' back at us Munchin' on a dust covered ice cream cone Wonderin' how we'd get back home   From a Mississippi cotton pickin' Delta town One dusty street to walk up and down Nothin' much to see but a starvin' hound In a Mississippi cotton pickin' Delta town   From a Mississippi cotton pickin' Delta town One dusty street to walk up and down Nothin' much to see but a starvin' hound In a Mississippi cotton pickin' Delta town

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