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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. Bill Anderson lyrics are intended for your personal use only.

True country music is dying, play and sing these great old country and gospel songs lyrics with chords often to keep them alive. Bill Anderson is one of the most successful songwriters in country music history not to mention being a very popular singer. He grew up in Atlanta and studied journalism at the University of Atlanta working his way thorough as a radio DJ. During this time he tried his hand at songwriting and singing and it became a true passion.

He was only 19 years old when he penned "City Lights" and was recorded by Ray Price sometime later and quickly went to the top of the country charts. Bill moved to Nashville and landed a recording contract with Decca and what he has added to country music since then is incredible. He is a true icon.


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Bill Anderson lyrics

A Country Song

A Good Love And A Bottle Of Wine

A Truer Love You'll Never Find

Across The Miles At Christmas

Always Remember

All That Keeps Me Going

All The Lonely Women In The World


Baby's Blue Again

Beautiful People


Best Of Strangers

Blessed Assurance


Bright Lights and Country Music

But You Know I Love You


Can I Come Home To You

Candy Apple Red


Christmas Time's A Coming

Circle In A Triangle



Corner Of My Life

Did She Mention My Name


Don't She Look Good

Down Came The Rain

Easy Come Easy Go

Every Time I Turn The Radio On

Feel Free To Go

Five Little Fingers

Get A Little Dirt On Your Hands

Get While The Gettin's Good

Golden Guitar

Goodbye Cruel World

Gotta Keep Moving


Happy State Of Mind

Have You Seen Her

Head To Toe

How Married Are You Mary Ann

I Can Do Nothing Alone

I Can't Wait Any Longer

I Get The Fever

I Thank God For You

I Want That Feelin' Again

I Wonder What The Weather's Like In Charleston

If Anything Ever Happened To You

If I Loved You Too Much (I'm Sorry)

If It's All The Same To You

If You Can Live With It

It Ain't My Job To Tote Your Monkey

It Feels So Good

It Just Don't Take Me Long To Say Goodbye

It Was Fun While It Lasted

It Was Time For Me To Move On Anyway

It's My Life

I'll Be Somewhere

I'll Be Somewhere Listening For My Name

I'll Be Waiting

I'll Go Down Swinging

I'm Just Gone

I've Got A Thing About A 5 String


Let Me Whisper Darling One More Time

Lonely Is Everything

Lonesome Is The Mother Of Soul

Love Song For Jackie

Love's Not Love (Till You Give It Away)

Loving A Memory

Lovin' Pains


Most Richly Blessed

Mr. Peepers

Ninety Nine Years

No Fair Falling In Love

No Thanks I Just Had One

Not Really Living At All

Now That's Love 

Old Army Hat

One Mile Over Two Miles Back

One Too Many Mornings

Po' Folks



Rock And Roll To Rock Of Ages

Someday We'll Be Together

Son Of The South  

Southern Fried


Sugar In Your Coffee

Take My Hand Precious Lord

Talking To The Wall

Tell It Like It Was

That's What Made Me Love You

The Unicorn

There's No Place Like Home On Christmas

They're Not Teardrops

This Land The Lord and Me

Three A.M.

To Be Alone

Walk Out Backwards

When A Man Can't Get A Woman Off His Mind

When Liking Turns To Loving

Wherever She Is

Why'd The Last Time Have To Be The Best

Wild Weekend

Won't It Ever Be Morning

World Of Make Believe

You're Everything I Want

You're Still The Only One I'll Ever Love

You're My Perfect Reason

You're Worth Waiting For

Your Eyes Don't Lie To Me

Your Love Blows Me Away


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