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 Cal Smith was born in Oklahoma but grew up in California. He learned to play the guitar at a very early age and enjoyed spending time as a teen with rodeo performers. He began playing professionally when he was 15 performing at local bars. Cal didn't make his living at playing music until after his stint in the military. He started performing in the Bay Area of California and also worked at a local radio station. During this time the brother of Ernest Tubb heard him perform and gave him a recommendation. After Ernest heard him play he hired him to play rhythm guitar in his band and helped him get a recording contract. This was the beginning of his great career in country music.

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Cal Smith lyrics

Alone And Broke In Birmingham

An Hour And A Six Pack

Arizona Whiz

At The Sight Of You

Baby's Gone

Between Lust And Watching TV

Big Ole Hurt

Birds And Children Fly Away

Bleep You

Country Bumpkin

Darling You Know I Wouldn't Lie

Destination Atlanta GA

Did She Ask About Me

Feeling The Weight Of My Chains

Five Minutes In The Arms Of The Right Woman

Going Home To Do My Time

Green Door

Handful Of Stars

Heaven Is Just A Touch Away

Heart Of The Matter

Helen

Home Wasn't Built In A Day

Honky Tonks And You

I Didn't Jump The Fence

I Don't Get No Better Without You

I Found Someone of My Own

I Just Came Home to Count the Memories

I Love You More Today

I Sure Hate To See Me Go

I Think That I'd Be Better Off

I Took Her For A Fool

I Wish I Could Say No To You

If I Had My Life To Live Over

It Takes Me All Night Long

It Was Too Late

It's Time to Pay the Fiddler

I'd Rather Be Alone

I'll Have Another Cup of Coffee

I'll Just Go On Home

I'll Never Be Lonesome With You

I'll Remember Her That Way

I'm Left Cause She Was Right

I've Had You

I've Loved You All Over the World

Jason's Farm

Jesus Is A Good Ole Boy

King Lear

Life Of The Party

Loser's Lounge

Love Has A Friend

Love Is The Foundation

MacAthur's Hand

Mama's Face

Nobody Will Ever Take Your Place

Oklahoma Twister

One Run For The Roses

Some Kind Of A Woman

Sunday Morning Christian

Sweet Things I Remember About You

Tabernacle Tom

Talking To Your Memory Again

That's What It's Like To Be Lonesome

The Difference Between Going And Really Gone

The First Time

The Lord Knows I'm Drinking

The North Won The War Again Last Night

The Only Thing I Want

The Rise And Fall Of The Roman Empire

The Room At The Top Of The Stairs

You Can't Housebreak A Tomcat

You Slip Into My Mind

You're Not Drowning Your Heartache

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