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Of Fame lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's
really a nice song by Hank Locklin. It's really fun to play and sing,
it a compliment to artists that have passed.
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Country Hall Of Fame recorded by Hank Locklin written by Karl Davis C I was roaming around in Nashville in the state of Tennessee G7 F C For I love that country music it's as soulful as can be I have gathered their records for I cherish every name G7 C So I found myself a-standing in the Country Hall Of Fame My heart beats somewhat faster as I walk in thru the door G7 F C For I heard the sound of voices I had often heard before A happy kind of sadness brought a teardrop to my eye G7 C Now I'll tell you what I saw there and I'm sure that you'll see why Jimmie Rodger's railroad letters and his faithful old guitar G7 F C I could hear that old Blue Yodel coming from somewhere afar Roy Acuff in Bronze likeness with the great Fred Rose his friend G7 C And I heard that Wabash Cannonball somewhere around the bend The guitar of Eddy Arnold memories of Cattle Call G7 F C Chet Atkins will be with him When The Works All Done This Fall From the Autoharp of Maybelle Wildwood Flower seemed to ring G7 C Riley Puckett and Gid Tanner how they all could pick and sing I could hear George Hay announcing as I stood there in the room G7 F C I could hear Tex Ritter singing his classic song High Noon Minnie Pearl so glad to be there and Hank Snow keeps Moving On G7 C May the Lord bless those still living and the ones who join His throne Cowboy Copas Hawkshaw Hawkins Gentleman Jim and Patsy Cline G7 F C Rod Brasfield Ira Louvin these stars will always shine Ernest Tubb the great Red Foley and Hank Williams bless his name G7 F Though some are gone they'll live forever in the Country Hall Of Fame
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Ritter recorded a song called Hillbilly Heaven many years ago that is
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