"Alabam" is a 1960 song by Cowboy Copas. "Alabam" was the most successful release of Cowboy Copas and was his only single to hit the Hot 100, peaking at number sixty-three. On the country chart, "Alabam" was the sole number one single for Cowboy Copas, staying at the top spot for twelve weeks and spending thirty-four weeks on the chart.
Guy Mitchell released a cover version in 1968. It reached No. 61 on the Hot Country Songs chart.
Other cover versions include: Minnie Pearl in 1966, Lynn Ander
"I Saw the Light" is a country gospel song written by Hank Williams. Williams was inspired to write the song while returning from a concert by a remark his mother made while they were arriving in Montgomery, Alabama. He recorded the song during his first session for MGM Records, and released in September 1948. The song is set to the tune of the traditional Scottish folk tune "Bonnie Charlie", also commonly known as "Will ye no come back again?". The song became the shows' closing song for Willia