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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

There's Been A Lot Of Tears Today Ronnie Reno

There's More Behind The Picture Than The Wall Doyle Lawson

There's a Treasure In Heaven Doyle Lawson

There's Better Times Coming Jimmy Martiin

There's More That Holds The Picture Larry Sparks

They Called It Music The Gibson Brothers

Thinking About You Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

Thirty Years Of Farming James King

This Heart Of Mine Can Never Say Goodbye The Osborne Brothers

This Lonesome Old Feeling Larry Sparks

This Morning At Nine The Seldom Scene

Three Men On A Mountain Willow Branch

Till My Dying Day J.D. Crowe

Tiny Broken Heart Alison Krauss/Dan Tyminski

Tom Dooley Doc Watson

Too Much To Gain To Lose Doyle Lawson

Trail Of Sorrow The Reno Brothers

Train Bound For Glory Land The Yonder Mountain String Band

Traveling The Highway Home Doug Martin

Tunnel Of Your Mind The Osborne Brothers

Turning To The Light Joey and Rory

Travelin' This Lonesome Road Mac Wiseman and the Osborne Brothers

Treasure Money Can't Buy Doyle Lawson

True Life Blues Bill Monroe

Twenty One Years Is A Mighty Long Time The Gibson Brothers

Used To Be Bill Monroe

Voice Of My Savior Jimmy Martin

Walkin' In My Sleep Bill Clifton

We Missed You Doyle Lawson

We Missed You In Church Last Sunday Joe Mullins

We'll Meet Again Sweetheart Lester Flatt and Earl Scurggs

What A Journey Paul Williams and The Victory Trio

What A Waste Of Good Corn Liquor Mac Wiseman

What A Wonderful Savior Is He Doyle Lawson

What Are You Trying To Say Johnny Williams

What Became Of That Beautiful Picture Charlie Waller

What Does The Deep Sea Say Doc Watson

What Was I Suppose To Do Paul Williams

What's Gonna Happen To Me Mac Wiseman

When God Dips His Pen Of Love in My Heart Allison Krause

When I Awake To Sleep No More Ralph Stanley

When I Reach That City On The Hill The Blue Sky Boys

When I Reach That Home Up There Dailey and Vincent

When I'm Knee Deep In Bluegrass Doyle Lawson

When The Angels Carry Me Home Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

When The Blues Are Moving In Doyle Lawson

When The Cactus Is In Bloom Bill Monroe

When The Last Of Our Days Shall Come Doyle Lawson

When The Sun Of My Life Goes Down Doyle Lawson

When The Wagon Was New Jim and Jesse

Where Will I Shelter My Sheep Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

White Dove The Stanley Brothers

White House Blues Bill Monroe

White Oak On The Hill Boone Creek Grass

Who Can Blame You Alison Krauss

Who Will Sing For Me Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

Who's That Knocking At My Door The Dreadful Snakes

Why Do You Weep Dear Willow Carl Story

Why Don't You Tell Me J.D. Crowe

Wicked Path Of Sin The Stanley Brothers

Wild Mountian Flowers For Mary Lost and Found

Will The Angels Play Their Harps For Me Doyle Lawson

Will You Be Lonesome Too J.D. Crowe

With Body And Soul Bill Monroe

Wires And Wood Johnny Staats

Won't You Be Mine Blue Highway

Write Me Sweetheart Doyle Lawson

You Are My Flower Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt

You Are What I Am J.D. Crowe

You Can Be A Millionaire With Me J.D. Crowe

You Can Share My Blanket J.D. Crowe

You Didn't Say Goodbye J.D. Crowe

You Go To Your Church J.D. Crowe

You Gotta Dig A Little Deeper Doyle Lawson

You Plant Your Fields New Grass Revival

You You You Doyle Lawson

Young Lillie's Dreams Terry Baucom

Your Love Died Like The Rose The Johnson Mountain Boys

Your Love Is like A Flower Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt

Your Mother Still Prays For You Jack The Country Gentlemen

Your Worries And Troubles Are Mine Ralph Stanley

You're Gonna Be Sorry You Let Me Down Russell Moore and IIIrd Tyme Out

You're Just What The Doctor Ordered Bud Hobbs

You're Not Easy To Forget J.D. Crowe

You're The Best Of All Leading Brands Lester Flatt

You're The Girl Of My Dreams Mac Wiseman

You've Been An Inspiration To Me Doyle Lawson

You've Been A Friend To Me The Price Sisters

You've Been Fooling Me Baby Flatt and Scruggs

You've Got To Righten That Wrong The Johnson Mountain Boys

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