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Buck Owens and The Buckaroos performs "Buck's Polka" on Hee Haw 1979. (jue, 18 ene 2018)
Buck Owens and The Buckaroos performs "Buck's Polka" on Hee Haw 1979. Buck's Polka from album,I Don't Care by Buck Owens and his Buckaroos, released in 1964. It reached Number one on the Billboard Country charts and Number 135 on the Pop Albums charts. The single "I Don't Care" spent six weeks at number one. The album features a duet with Rose Maddox as well as lead vocals by Don Rich and Doyle Holly. It was re-released on CD in 1995 by Sundazed Records with two bonus tracks, both instrumentals from The Buck Owens Songbook.

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Roy Clark performs "Born To Lose",on Hee Haw 1979. (jue, 18 ene 2018)
Roy Clark performs "Born To Lose",on  Hee Haw 1979. "Born to Lose", associated with Ray Charles since 1962 and composed 1940s by Ted Daffan  Roy Clark has been an important and influential figure in country music, both as a performer and helping to popularize the genre. Born To Lose lyrics   Born to lose, I've lived my life in vain Every dream has only brought me pain All my life I've always been so blue Born to lose and now I'm losing you.   Born to lose, it seems so hard to bear How I long to always have you near You've grown tired and now you say we're through Born to lose and now I'm losing you.   Born to lose, my every hope is gone It's so hard to face that empty dawn You were all the happiness I knew Born to lose and now I'm losing you.   There's no use to dream of happiness All I see is only loneliness All my life I've always been so blue Born to lose and now I'm losing you Born to lose and now I'm losing you.


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Alan Jackson performs "Here In The Real World" on Grand Ole Opry. (jue, 18 ene 2018)
Alan Jackson performs "Here In The Real World" on Grand Ole Opry. "Here in the Real World" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Alan Jackson. It was released in January 1990 as the second single and title track from his debut album Here in the Real World,and in early 1990 it became his first Top 40 country hit. The song reached a peak of number 3 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts, and number 1 on the Canadian RPM Top Country Tracks charts. Jackson wrote the song with Mark Irwin. Alan Jackson Here In The Real World lyrics   Cowboys don't cry, and heroes don't die Good always wins, again and again And love is a sweet dream, that always comes true Oh if life were like the movies, I'd never be blue   But here in the real world, it's not that easy at all 'Cause when hearts get broken, it's real tears that fall And darlin' it's sad but true, but the one thing I've learned from you Is how the boy don't always get the girl, here in the real world   I gave you my love, but that wasn't enough To hold your heart, when times got rough And tonight on that silver screen, it'll end like it should Two lovers will make it through, like I hoped we would   But here in the real world, it's not that easy at all 'Cause when hearts get broken, it's real tears that fall And darlin' it's sad but true, but the one thing I've learned from you Is how the boy don't always get the girl, here in the real world

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George Hamilton IV performs "Abilene" And "Fort Worth, Dallas Or Houston " on The Jimmy Dean Show. (jue, 18 ene 2018)
George Hamilton IV performs "Abilene" And "Fort Worth, Dallas Or Houston " on The Jimmy Dean Show. "Abilene" is a song written by Bob Gibson, Albert Stanton, Lester Brown and John D. Loudermilk, and recorded by American country music artist George Hamilton IV. It is very similar to Cocaine Blues.The song reached number one on the U.S. country music chart for four weeks, and peaked at number 15 on the pop music charts.   "Fort Worth, Dallas Or Houston " This song is by George Hamilton IV and appears on the album Fort Worth, Dallas Or Houston (1964).  George Hamilton IV Abilene lyrics   Abilene, Abilene  Prettiest town I ever seen.  Folks down there don't treat you mean  In Abilene, my Abilene.    I sit alone most every night  Watch them trains roll out of sight  Wish that they were carryin' me  To Abilene, my Abilene.    Crowded city, ain't nothin' free  Nothin' in this town for me  Wish to God that I could be  In Abilene, my Abilene.    How I wish that train would come  Take me back where I come from.  Take me where I want to be  In Abilene, my Abilene.    Rotgut whiskey numbs the brain  If I stay here I'll go insane.  Think I need a change of scene  To Abilene, my Abilene.    Outside my window cold rain falls,  Sit here starin' at the walls;  If I was home, I'd be serene  In Abilene, my Abilene 

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Oak Ridge Boys performs "He's Gonna Smile On Me "on Hee Haw. (jue, 18 ene 2018)
Oak Ridge Boys performs "He's Gonna Smile On Me "on Hee Haw. "He's Gonna Smile On Me" This song  appear on the album The Oak Ridge Boys (1974). The Oak Ridge Boys are an American country and gospel vocal quartet. The group was founded in the 1940s as the Oak Ridge Quartet. They became popular in southern gospel during the 1950s. Their name was officially changed to the Oak Ridge Boys in the early 1960s, and they remained a gospel group until the mid-1970s, when they changed their image and concentrated on country music. WIKIPEDIA Oak Ridge Boys He's Gonna Smile On Me  lyrics   I wasn't born with a silver spoon in my mouth Often there was times when I had to go without Right now I'm happy as I can be If I treat people right He's gonna smile on me   He's gonna smile on me He's gonna smile on me If I just say my prayers at night And treat people right He's gonna smile on me   I've been falsely accused and many times misused But to get revenge I just simply refuse Instead I'm happy as I can be If I treat people right He's gonna smile on me   I've been called a fool and used just like a tool But I still believe in the golden rule And right now I'm so happy as I can be If I treat people right He's gonna smile on me



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