Browse through these Ernest Tubb lyrics with chords and find some of
your favorite classic country songs, even some you may have forgotten
about. Ernest and The Texas Troubadours recorded many great traditional
country songs during his long and successful career. Not only was he a
popular vocalist, many of his songs he either wrote or co-authored.
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During 1941 he cut several records, one of the first
being, “Walking the Floor Over You” in which he wrote himself and
became a huge hit as well as a classic. On these records he was backed
by Smitty Smith, an electric guitar player that made them a new an
exciting sound and because of that Ernest was the first musician to use
a electric guitar on the Grand Ole Opry stage.
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