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Stonewall Jackson Song Lyrics

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Stonewall Jackson song lyrics are pure classic country, if you love old style country music, you’ll love doing them. He recorded many songs during his long career that’s really fun to play and sing. Most of Stonewall’s songs are easy enough for us amateurs to do, remember, you don’t have be a good guitar player to enjoy your music.  

Stonewall Jackson was one of the most popular country stars of the early 1960’s having a string of top ten hits and becoming a fixture at the Grand Ole Opry. All through the 60’s Stonewall was a consistent hit maker with such great country songs as “That’s Why I’m Walkin”, “A Wound Time Can’t Erase”, “I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water” and B.J. The D.J.

These country classic song lyrics are the property of the respective artist, authors and labels, they are intended solely for educational purposes and private study only. The chords provided are my interpretation and their accuracy is not guaranteed.

Whether you’re an expert guitarist or a beginner, you can have a blast doing these great old country songs. Take time to sing some everyday, it will make you feel better, music is a stress reliever. Get your family involved with playing a musical instrument and/or singing, it will form a tight bond with each other.  


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Stonewall Jackson Song Lyrics

A Broken Heart A Wedding Band

A Little Guy Called Joe

A Wound Time Can't Erase

Alcohol Hall Of Fame

All Together Now

Almost Hear The Blues

Angry Words

B.J. the D.J.

Better Days For Mama

Big Busy World

Big House On The Corner

Black Sheep

Blue Field

Blues Plus Booze

Born That Way

Can't Hang Up The Phone

Carpet On The Floor

Clean Your Own Tables

Come On Home And Have Your Next Affair With me

Don't Be Angry

Don't Be Late

East Of West Berlin

Full Moon And Empty Pockets

Give It Back To The Indians

Greener Pastures

Grieving In My Heart

Help Stamp Out Loneliness

Here's To Hank

How Many Lies Can I Tell

I Believe In Love

I Can't Dry Your Tears

I Can't Get Enough Of You

I Could Have Gone Right

I Pawned My Past Today

I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water

I Wish I Had A Girl

If Heartaches Were Wine

If This House Could Talk

I'll Go Get The Tool Box

I'm Gonna Find You

I'm Just an Old Chunk of Coal

I've Got To Change

It's Not Me

Jesus Took The Outlaw Out Of Me

Kneel At The Cross


Letter Edged In Black

Let's Call It A Day

Life Of A Poor Boy

Life to Go

Lonesome Whistle

Love Gets All Over Me

Loving The Fool Out Of Me

Mama's Bible

Man Has Cried

Man Must Hide To Cry

Man Without A Home

Mary Don't You Weep For Me

Me And You And A Dog Named Boo

Misery Known As Heartache

Mommy Look Santa Is Crying

My Hero In The Plastic Radio

Not My Kind Of People

Nothing Takes The Place Of Loving You

Ol' Blue

Old Showboat

One Look at Heaven

Read Beteen The Lines

Red Necks White Socks and Blue Ribbon Beer


Sadness In A Song

Save A Little Place For Me

Second Choice

Shackles and Chains

Shake 'Em Up And Roll 'Em

Smoke Along The Tracks

Sunny Side Of The Mountain

Thankful For Your Love

That's Why I'm Walking

The Best I Have

The Lonesome In Me

The Minutemen Men

The Knoxville Girl

The Neon Lights

There's A Limit

Thoughts Of A Lonely Man

Torn From The Pages Of Life

Touch Me Not

Tragic Romance

Tree For The Cross

Trouble And Me

Waitin' For Dawn Till Dawn


Wedding Bells For You And Him

We're The Kind Of People That Make The Jukebox Play

Where Jesus Walks

Wild Wild Wind

Wine Flowed Freely

You Can Check On Me

You Haven't Heard

You Saw Me Off (But Will You See Me In)

You're Right I Need You Real Bad

You're The Sad In My Songs


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