George Jones. Who´s Gonna Fill Their Shoes (sáb, 14 jul 2018)
"Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes" is a song written by Troy Seals and Max D. Barnes and recorded by American country music singer George Jones. It was recorded for his 1985 album Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes, from which it was released in late 1985 as the first single.  "Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes" peaked at number three on the Hot Country Singles chart in mid-1985.   Lyrics       You know this old world is full of singers But just a few are chosen To tear your heart out when they sing Imagine life without them All your radio heroes Like the outlaw that walks through Jesse's dream   No, there will never be another Red-Headed Stranger A Man in Black and Folsom Prison Blues The Okie from Muskogee Or Hello Darling Lord I wonder, who's gonna fill their shoes   Who's gonna fill their shoes Who's gonna stand that tall Who's gonna play the Opry And the Wabash Cannonball Who's gonna give their heart and soul To get to me and you Lord I wonder, who's gonna fill their shoes   God bless the boys from Memphis Blue Suede Shoes and Elvis Much too soon he left this world in tears They tore up the Fifties Old Jerry Lee and Charlie And Go Cat Go still echoes through the years   You know the heart of country music Still beats in Luke the Drifter You can tell when he sang I Saw the Light Old Marty, Hank and Lefty Why I can feel 'em right here with me On this Silver Eagle rolling through the night   Who's gonna fill their shoes Who's gonna stand that tall Who's gonna play the Opry And the Wabash Cannonball Who's gonna give their heart and soul To get to me and you Lord I wonder, who's gonna fill their shoes   Yes I wonder, who's gonna fill their shoes? you may like

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George Jones. The Door. (Sat, 14 Jul 2018)
"The Door" is a song written by Billy Sherrill and Norro Wilson, and recorded by American country music artist George Jones. It was released in October 1974 as the first single from the album The Best of George Jones.  "The Door" was George Jones' sixth number one on the country chart as a solo artist. The single stayed a single week at number one and would spend a total of ten weeks on the country chart.   Lyrics   He said, "I'll love you till I die" She told him, "You'll forget in time" As the years went slowly by She still preyed upon his mind   He kept her picture on his wall Went half-crazy, now and then He still loved her through it all Hoping she'd come back again   Kept some letters by his bed Dated 1962 He had underlined in red Every single 'I love you'   I went to see him just today Oh, but I didn't see no tears All dressed up to go away First time I'd seen him smile in years   He stopped loving her today They placed a wreath upon his door And soon they'll carry him away He stopped loving her today   You know, she came to see him one last time Oh, and we all wondered if she would And it kept running through my mind This time he's over her for good   He stopped loving her today They placed a wreath upon his door And soon they'll carry him away He stopped loving her today you may like

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