Merle Haggard - It's All In The Movies

It's All In The Movies

It's All in the Movies is the nineteenth studio album by American country singer Merle Haggard and The Strangers, released in 1976


The album's title track became Haggard's eighth consecutive #1 country single and features the same pop-oriented sound that producer Ken Nelson had employed on the singer's recent chart topper "Always Wanting You." Two songs, "Stingeree" and "Hag's Dixie Blues, No. 2," had been recorded for a 1973 studio album I Love Dixie Blues, a project Haggard scrapped after deciding to record a live album in New Orleans.Haggard also returns to Bob Wills and western swing on "Living With the Shades Pulled Down" and Wills own "Cotton Patch Blues." The album closes with the Dolly Parton-penned gospel song "The Seeker."

Merle Haggard - It's All In The Movies Lyrics


They were so much in love with life, happy in every way

But love the movie began with, some how got lost in the play

Like a fire burning out of control,

You got caught up in the actor's role,

And you cried on my shoulder when it came to an end

But that's all in the movies,

It won't happen to you and I

That's all in the movies so baby don't cry

It's all in the movies

It won't happen to us I know

It's all in the movies,

Just a…

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