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Buck Owens Lyrics


Get your old guitar and have fun with these Buck Owens lyrics with chords, even us less gifted pickers can learn to play and sing these country classics. Let’s keep real country music alive by playing and singing some of these songs everyday, they seem to have been forgotten by radio. Use these country song lyrics and chords to learn a few of Buck's songs.

In 1996 Buck Owens was elected to the Country Music Hall Of Fame as well as the Songwriters Hall Of Fame and earlier in the year opened his very lavish Crystal Palace in Bakersfield. He died on March 25, 2006 leaving us with tremendous music and many wonderful country classics that will be played and sang for years to come. He truly left his mark on country music, play and sing some of these Buck Owens lyrics to help keep his music flowing.

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.

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Buck Owens Lyrics

Song And Dance

Stony Mountain West Virginia

Storm Of Love

Streets Of Bakersfield

Summertime Blues

Sweethearts In Heaven

Take Me Back Again

Take A Taste Of My Wine

Tall Dark Stranger

Tennessee Bird Walk

That Loving Feeling

That's How I Measure My Love For You

That's What I'm Like Without You

The Band Keeps Playing

The Good Old Days

The Key's in the Mailbox

The Way That I Love You

The Wind Blows Every Day In Oklahoma

Then Maybe I Can Get Some Sleep

There Goes My Love

There Never Was A Fool

There'll Be No Other

There's Gonna Come A Day

There's Gotta Be Some Changes Made

They'd Have To Carry Me Away

Think It Over

Think Of Me

This Old Heart

Three Dimension Love

Till These Dreams Come True

Tired Of Living

Together Again


Tomorrow Is Christmas Day

Trouble and Me

Truck Driving Man

Twice The Speed Of Love

Under The Influence Of Love

Under Your Spell Again

Wait a Little Longer Please Jesus

Waiting In Your Welfare Line

Walk The Floors

We Split The Blanket

We Were Made For Each Other

Weekend Daddy

We're Gonna Build A Fire

We're Gonna Get Together

We're Gonna Let The Good Times Roll

Wham Bam

What A Liar I Am

Whatcha Gonna Do Now

When Jesus Calls All His Children In

When You Get Back From Nashville

When You Get To Heaven (I'll Be There)

Where Does The Good Times Go

Where Has Our Love Gone

Where Would I Be Without Jesus

Would You Be Ready

Within My Loving Arms

White Satin Bed

Why Don't Mommy Stay With My Daddy And Me

You Ain't Gonna Have Ol' Buck To Kick Around No More

You And Me And Love

You Can't Make Nothing Out Of That But Love

You Gotta Have A License

You Left Her Lonely Too Long

You Made A Monkey Out Of Me

You You Only You

Your Monkey Won't Be Home Tonight

Your Mother's Prayer

Your Tender Loving Care

You'll Never Miss The Water

You're For Me

You're Welcome Anytime

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If you want to change the "Key" on any song, click here for the easiest way possible. Copy and paste lyrics and chords to the key changer, select the key you want, then click the button "Click Here". If the lyrics are in a long line, first paste to Microsoft Word or a similar word processor, then recopy and paste to key changer. This software was developed by John Logue.