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Ronnie Milsap performs "Lost in the Fifties Tonight (In the Still of the Night)" (jue, 21 jun 2018)
Ronnie Milsap performs "Lost in the Fifties Tonight (In the Still of the Night) "Lost in the Fifties Tonight (In The Still of the Night)", a single released by country music singer Ronnie Milsap. It is a medley of "Lost in the Fifties Tonight" written by Mike Reid and Troy Seals and a cover of The Five Satins' 1956 hit "In the Still of the Night". Released in July 1985, the song was Milsap's 42nd single to be released. At the same time, it was also his 27th number-one hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles and Tracks chart. Like many of his other singles, the song also fared well as a crossover hit on the Billboard Adult Contemporary charts as it entered the top 10, peaking at number eight. This is his last top-10 single to appear on this chart. The song was praised by critics and fans alike, and remains as one Milsap's most popular recordings. In a year when 51 songs rotated out of the Hot Country Singles' number-one position, "Lost in the Fifties Tonight" was one of just two songs of the group to spend more than one week at number one (it spent two, as did The Judds' "Have Mercy"), and Milsap's song was the number-one country song of 1985. That same year, it won Milsap his fourth Grammy Award for "Best Country Vocal Performance" for a male artist. Ronnie Milsap - Lost In The Fifties Tonight Lyrics   Close your eyes, baby Follow my heart Call on the memories Here in the dark We'll let the magic Take us away Back to the feelings We shared when they played In the still of the night Hold me darlin', hold me tight, oh So real, so right Lost in the fifties tonight These precious hours We know can't survive But love's all that matters While the past is alive Now and for always Till time disappears We'll hold each other Whenever we hear In the still of the night Hold me darlin', hold me tight, say So real, so right Lost in the fifties tonight Oh, so right, say Oh, so real, so right So real, so right



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Ringo Starr & Buck Owens performs "Act Naturally" (jue, 21 jun 2018)
Ringo Starr & Buck Owens performs "Act Naturally" "Act Naturally" is a song written by Johnny Russell and Voni Morrison, originally recorded by Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, whose version reached number 1 on the Billboard Country Singles chart in 1963,his first chart-topper. In 2002, Shelly Fabian of About.com ranked the song number 169 on her list of the Top 500 Country Music Songs.   The song tells the tale of someone who has been jilted and because of that, can play a film part of someone sad and lonely without knowing anything about acting. It has been recorded by many other artists, including Loretta Lynn, Dwight Yoakam, Mrs. Miller, and Kidsongs.The most well-known other version is from the Beatles in 1965. Featuring Ringo Starr taking the lead vocal, it became a featured performance number of his in concert, both with the Beatles and later with Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band. Ringo Starr & Buck Owens - Act Naturally Lyrics   They're gonna put me in the movies They're gonna make a big star out of me We'll make a film about a man that's sad and lonely And all I gotta do is act naturally Well, I'll bet you I'm a-gonna be a big star Might win an Oscar you can't never tell The movie's gonna make me a big star, 'Cause I can play the part so well Well, I hope you come and see me in the movie Then I'll know that you will plainly see The biggest fool that's ever hit the big time And all I gotta do is act naturally We'll make a scene about a man that's sad and lonely Begging down upon his bended knee I'll play the part but I won't need rehearsing All I'll have to do is act naturally Well, I'll bet you I'm a-gonna be a big star Might win an Oscar you can't never tell The movie's gonna make me a big star, 'Cause I can play the part so well Well, I hope you come and see me in the movie Then I'll know that you will plainly see The biggest fool that's ever hit the big time And all I gotta do is act naturally



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Moe Bandy And Joe Stampley performs "Just Good Ol' Boys" (jue, 21 jun 2018)
Moe Bandy And Joe Stampley plays Just Good Ol' Boys on Hee Haw 1979. "Just Good Ol' Boys" is a 1979 novelty single by the duo of Moe Bandy and Joe Stampley. "Just Good Ol' Boys" would be a number one single and the most successful collaboration of Moe Bandy and Joe Stampley. The single stayed at number one for one week and spent a total of eleven weeks on the country chart. Bandy and Stampley had previously enjoyed success as solo artists, both with several honky-tonk standard hits to their credit. Bandy's most successful singles to this point included "Bandy the Rodeo Clown," "Hank Williams You Wrote My Life" and "It's a Cheating Situation," while Stampley had best been known for songs like "Soul Song," "All These Things" and "Roll On Big Mama. "Just Good Ol' Boys" was the most successful of the "Moe and Joe" collaborations, and led to a series of albums and singles together. The most successful of their later singles included "Holding the Bag," "Hey Moe, Hey Joe" (a cover of a single originally recorded by Carl Smith, with a modified title and lyrics), and "Where's the Dress" (a satire on Boy George and Culture Club). Moe Bandy And Joe Stampley Just Good Ole Boy lyrics   Well, I've been kicked out of might near every bar around I've been locked up for drivin' a hundred and twenty through town Well, I've been shot at and cut with a knife For messing around with another mans wife But other than that we ain't nothing, just good ol' boys I threw my boss out a window and got fired from my last job Hot-wired a city truck and turned it over in the Mayor's yard Well I beat my brother-in-law half to death I lost twenty bucks on his football bet But other than that we ain't nothing, just good ol' boys Good ol' boys, we're all the same Ain't no way we'll ever change Mean no harm by the things we do Or the trouble that we get into Other than a wild hair once in a while We can't help it, it's just our style And good ol' boys is all we'll ever be I got an alimony payment that's six weeks overdue I got caught with a trunk full of bootleg out-a-state booze I hocked my wife's diamond ring last June Bought me an outboard Evinrude But other than that we ain't nothin', just good ol' boys Good ol' boys, we're all the same Ain't no way we'll ever change Mean no harm by the things we do Or the trouble that we get into Other than a wild hair once in a while We can't help it, it's just our style Good ol' boys is all we'll ever be Good ol' boys is all we'll ever be



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Merle Haggard performs "What Am I Gonna Do (With the Rest of My Life)" (jue, 21 jun 2018)
Merle Haggard performs "What Am I Gonna Do (With the Rest of My Life)" What Am I Gonna Do (With the Rest of My Life)" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Merle Haggard backed by The Strangers. It was released in July 1983 as the first single from the album That's the Way Love Goes. The song reached number 3 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart WIKIPEDIA
Merle Haggard - what am I gonna do  (with the rest of my life) Lyrics   I can make it for a day or two without you And maybe I can make it through the night I can smoke I can drink and probably be alright until morning But what am I gonna do with the rest of my life I've got things that I can do I've got places I can go to this evening I've got whiskey I can drink that'll help me not to think about you leaving Yes I can smoke and I can drink probably be alright till morning But what am I gonna do with the rest of my life I've got things that I can do... But what am I gonna do with the rest of my life

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Don Williams sings "You're My Best Friend" (jue, 21 jun 2018)
Don Williams sings "You're My Best Friend" "You're My Best Friend" is a song written by Wayland Holyfield, and recorded by American country music artist Don Williams. It was released in April 1975 as the first single and title track from the album You're My Best Friend. The song was Williams' second No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in June 1975.It has since become one of Williams' signature songs, also reaching the UK Top 40. WIKIPEDIA
Don Williams - You're My Best Friend Lyrics   You placed gold on my finger You brought love like I've never known You gave life to our children And to me a reason to go on You're my bread when I'm hungry You're my shelter from troubled winds You're my anchor in life's ocean But most of all you're my best friend When I need hope and inspiration You're always strong when I'm tired and weak I could search this whole world over You'd still be everything that I need You're my bread when I'm hungry You're my shelter from troubled winds You're my anchor in life's ocean But most of all you're my best friend You're my bread when I'm hungry You're my shelter from troubled winds You're my anchor in life's ocean But most of all you're my best friend

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