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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

Pain In My Heart The Osborne Brothers

Palms Of Victory The Country Gentlemen

Pardon Me The Cox Family

Pearl Cedar Hill

Perfume Powder and Lead The Lonesome River Band

Poor Ellen Smith Jimmy Martin

Pray For The Boys Flat and Scruggs

Prayer Bells Of Heaven J.D.Crowe

Preachin' Prayin' Singin' The Country Gentlemen

Pretty Polly The Stanley Brother

Purple Robe the Stanley Brothers

Rain and Snow Del McCoury

Rain Please Go Away Dan Tyminski

Rambler's Blues Del McCoury

Ramblin' Man The Allman Brothers

Red Rocking Chair The Country Gentlemen

Reunion In Heaven Flat and Scruggs

Rescue From Moose River Gold Mine Wilf Carter

Ring The Bell The Gibson Brothers

River Of Time Dailey and Vincent

Rock Of Ages Hide Thou Me Doyle Lawson

Rock Of Ages Keep My Soul Doyle Lawson

Rock Salt And Nails J.D. Crowe

Rollin' My Sweet Baby's Arms Lester Flatt

Room Over Mine Danny Paisley

Sadie's Got Her New Dress On Doyle Lawson

Salty Dog Blues Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

Same Kinda Crazy As Me Del McCoury

Say You Lied J.D. Crowe

Shady Grove Doc Watson

Share Cropper's Son Ralph Stanley

She Left Me Standing On The Mountain Jim and Jesse

She's Left Me Again Jimmy Martin

She's Walking Through My Memory Doyle Lawson

Sin City J.D. Crowe

Sing Me A Song About Jesus Doyle Lawson

Singing Shouting Praises The Osborne Brothers

Sitting Alone In The Moonlight Bill Monroe

Sittin' On Top Of The World Doc Watson

So Happy I'll Be Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

Some Old Day J.D. Crowe

Somebody Loves You Darling Jim and Jesse

Somebody Touched Me The Stanley Brothers

Someone Took My Place With You Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

Stairway To Heaven The Stanley Brothers

Standing In The Need Of Prayer the Country Gentlemen

Stay Away From Me Bill Monroe

Step Out Into The Sunshine Ralph Stanley

Stone Walls And Steel Bars The Stanley Brothers

Stormy Horizons Jim and Jesse

Stormy Waters Doyle Lawson

Summer Wages Doyle Lawson

Sweet Allis Chalmers The Country Gazette

Sweethearts Again The Osborne Brothers

Sweetheart You Done Me Wrong Doyle Lawson

Take Me Back To Renfro Valley Mac Wiseman and The Osborne Brothers

Take Me In Your Lifeboat Del McCoury

Take Up Thy Cross The Traditional Grass

Talk It All Over With Him J.D. Crowe

Tall Pines Bill Monroe

Tall Pines Laurie Lewis

Teardrop Inn Fastlane

Ten Degrees And Getting Colder J.D. Crowe

Ten Shades Of Green Bobby Mackey

Tennessee Blues J.D. Crowe

Thanks For All The Yesterdays The Osborne Brothers

That Beautiful Picture The Bailes Brothers

That Dawn The Day You Left Me High Country

That Home Far Away Doyle Lawson

That Ol' Train Del McCoury

The Angels Are Singing The Stanley Brothers

The Birthday Of Our King Larry Sparks

The Blind Man The Spinney Brothers

The Bright Crystal Sea The Blue Creek Boys

The Children Are Crying Earl Taylor

The Church Back Home The Country Gentlemen

The Church By The Road Charlie Sizemore

The Darker The Night The Better I See The Gibson Brothers

The End Of The Road Doyle Lawson

The Fields Have All Turned Brown The Stanley Brothers

The First Time I Heard About Heaven The Bluegrass Cardinals

The Girl Behind The bar The Country Gentlemen

The Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee Bill Clifton

The Girl I Love Don't Pay Me No Mind The Earls Of Leicester

The Girl In The Blue Velvet Band Mac Wiseman

The Girl In The Valley Doyle Lawson

The Gloryland Way Doyle Lawson

The Hills Of Roane County The Stanley Brothers

The Holy City Doyle Lawson

The Human Race Doyle Lawson

The Last Suit You Wear Larry Sparks

The Lighthouse The Gibson Brothers

The Little Mountain Church House Doyle Lawson

The Lonesome River Ralph Stanley

The Lord's Last Supper Reno and Smiley

The Model Church J.D. Crowe

The Prettiest Flowers Will Be Blooming The Forbes Family

The Train That Carried My Girl From Town Doc Watson

The Wintering Kind Ronnie Reno

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