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Bluegrass Lyrics

These bluegrass 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. These bluegrass lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only.

Bluegrass music began with elements of old time music and traditional music of the Appalachian region of the United States.The English, Irish, Scottish and German immigrants settled in the Appalachian area bringing with them the musical traditions of their homelands. When the word bluegrass itself was adopted to label is not certain but many believe it to be in the early 1950's. It was likely derived from the name of the Blue Grass Boys band formed in 1939 with the great Bill Monroe being its leader. He will always be dubbed as the father of bluegrass music. You'll find bluegrass lyrics and chords from Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt, Mac Wiseman, J.D. Crowe, The Stanley Brothers, Jim and Jesse, Doyle Lawson, Lonesome River Band and many others.

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Bluegrass lyrics chords

I Ain't Broke But I'm Badly Bent Dan Tyminsky

I Ain't Gonna Work Tomorrow The Country Gentlemen

I Call It Home Paul Williams and The Victory Trio

I Can't Breath Deep Yet The Gibson Brothers

I Can't Stay Here Anymore Russell Moore IIIrd Tyme Out

I Can't Tell The Boys From The Girls Lester Flatt

I Could Cry The Rarely Herd

I Don't Regret A Mile Larry Sparks

I Don't Want Your Rambling Letters The Stanley Brothers

I Feel The Christmas Spirit Doyle Lawson

I Found A Hiding Place Bill Monroe

I Have Found The Way Doyle Lawson

I Haven't Got The Right To Love You Mac Wiseman

I Hear A Choo Choo Coming The Stanley Brothers

I Hear A Sweet Voice Calling Bill Monroe

I Hope My Lord Will Let Me In Ralph Stanley

I Just Steal Away And Pray The Osborne Brothers

I Just Want To Thank You Lord Larry Sparks

I Know My Name Is There Heaven’s Mountain Band

I Know You're Married (But I Love You Still) Reno and Smiley

I Like To Hear 'em Preaching Jimmy Martin

I Live For Him He Died For Me Doyle Lawson

I Live In The Past Bill Monroe

I Love God's Way Of Living White Mountain Bluegrass

I Love the Hymns They Sang at Mother's Grave Carl Story

I Only Exist Stanley Brothers

I Saw Him Walk Out Of The Sky Doyle Lawson

I Shall Be At Home With Jesus J.D. Crowe

I Think Of You Ronnie Reno

I Wanna Go With You Bill Monroe

I Want To Be Like Jesus Larry Sparks

I Want To Be Loved the Red White and Blue Dixie Band

I Went Down A Beggar But I Came Up A Millionaire Paul Williams

I Will Trade The Old Cross For A Crown Doyle Lawson

I Wish I Was A Mole In The Ground Doc Watson

I Want You To Meet My Friend Tom T. Hall and Larry Sparks

I Won't Be Hanging Around Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

I Won't Have To Worry Anymore Doyle Lawson

If I Should Wander Back Tonight Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

If I Sink Any Lower Big Country Bluegrass

If It Hadn't Been For Love The Steeldrivers

In His Arms I'm Not Afraid The Isaacs

In My Robe Of White The Bass Mountain Boys

Iron Curtain Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

Is It too Late Now Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

Is The Blue Moon Still Shining Bill Monroe

It Hurts To Know The Osborne Brothers

It Rains Everywhere I Go Lynn Morris

It Takes One To Know One Jimmy Martin

It's A Long Long Way To The Top Of The World Jim and Jesse

It's All My Fault Terry Baucom

It's Goodbye And So Long To You Mac Wiseman & The Osborne Brothers

It's Me Again Lord J.D. Crowe

It's Never Too Late The Stanley Brothers

It's Not The Wind Kenny and Amanda Smith

It's The Natural Thing To Do Larry Sparks

It's Raining Here This Morning The Osborne Brothers

I'd Rather Live By The Side Of The Road Mac Wiseman

I'll Be Alright Tomorrow The Osborne Brothers

I'll Be Going To Heaven Sometime Doyle Lawson

I'll Be On That Good Road Someday Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

I'll Be True To The One That I Love the Stanley Brothers

I'll Be With You Doyle Lawson

I'll Be Young Again Paul Williams and The Victory Trio

I'll Be Your Stepping Stone J.D. Crowe

I'll Drink No More Wine Jimmy Martin

I'll Just Pretend J.D. Crowe

I'll Meet You In Church On Sunday Morning Bill Monroe

I'll Need The Prayers Of Those I Love The Larry Stephenson Band

I'll Never Love Another Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt

I'll Never Shed Another Tear Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt

I'll Not Be A Stanger The Stanley Brothers

I'll Never Love Nobody But You Jim and Jesse

I'll Put On A Crown Del McCoury

I'll Stay Around Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

I'll Still Write Your Name In The Sand Mac Wiseman

I'll Take The Blame The Lonesome River Band

I'm Blue I'm Lonesome Bill Monroe

I'm Dying A Sinner's Death The Stanley Brothers

I'm Going Back Too Old Kentucky Bill Monroe

I'm Going That Way Ralph Stanley

I'm Not There Yet Lonesome River Band

I'm On My Way Back To The Old Home Bill Monroe

I'm So Glad Doyle Lawson

I'm Troubled Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

I'm Working On A Building Bill Monroe

I'm Working On A Road The Bluegrass Band

I'm Using My Bible For A Road Map Mac Wiseman

I've Been All 'Round This World The Osborne Brothers

I've Just Seen The Rock Of Ages Larry Sparks

I've Never Been This Home Sick Before Paul Williams

I've Waited As Long As I Can Tony Rice

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