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Charley Pride Lyrics

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We all know he has a great voice, but did you know that for RCA records sales, Charley ranks second only to Elvis Presley. He is also big as an international artist performing in many of the European countries as well as Canada. He loves entertaining our service men and women who are stationed abroad and goes on many of the USO tours. He is a true gentleman and an inspiration to so many of his fans.

For those of us that enjoy singing and playing his music, these Charlie Pride lyrics with guitar chords will help the beginner learn to play and sing more of his great songs. You’ll find songs like “All I Have to Offer You is Me”, “Burgers and Fries and Cherry Pies”, “Does My Ring Hurt Your Finger”, “I Know One”, “Is Anybody Going to San Antone” and many more. There’s also many other country artists song lyrics, if it’s an older song, we’re likely to have it and are adding more almost daily.

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.

There isn't many things that's more relaxing and entertaining than to sit down and play my guitar while my wife sings some of these country classics. Learn to play and sing these songs so we can keep them from being completely buried and never heard again. Keep on picking!!!


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Charley Pride Lyrics

Old Heart Rest In Pieces

Once Again

One Mile More

One More Year

One Of These Days I Wanna Be In Your Nights

One Time

Party Dolls and Wine

Poor Boy Like Me

Pretty House For Sale

Put Back My Ring On Your Hand

Resting Place

Right Back Missing You Again

Roll On Mississippi

Sail Away

Santa And The Kids

Searching For The Morning Sun

Seven Years With A Wonderful Woman

She Loves Me The Way That I Love You

She's As Good As Gone

She's That Kind

She's Too Good to be True

Shouldn't It Be Easier Than This


Sinin' A Song About Love

Someday You Will

Someone I Can't Forget

Someone Loves You Honey


Spell Of The Freight Train

Sunshiny Day

Sweet Promises

Take Care Of The Little Things

Take Me Home

Tennessee Girl

The Choices She Made

The Day You Stop Loving Me

The Easy Part's Over

The Happiness Of Having You

The Hardest Part Of Living's Loving Me

The Hunger

The Little Folks

The More I Do

The Snakes Crawl At Night

The Thought Of Losing You

Then Who Am I

There's A Little Bit Of Hank In Me

There's Nobody Home To Go Home To

They Stood In Silent Prayer

Things Are Looking Up 

This Highway Leads To Glory

Thorns Of Life

Through The Years

Time Out For Jesus

Today Is That Tomorrow

Too Hard To Say I'm Sorry

Touch My Heart

Trapped In An Old Country Song


Was It All Worth Losing You

We Could

What Money Can't Buy

When I Stop Leaving I'll Be Gone

When The Trains come In

Whole Lotta Love On The Line

Where Do I Put Her Memory

Where The Stars And Stripes And The Eagle Fly

Where Was I

White Houses

Why Didn't I Think Of That

Wings of a Dove

Wonder Could I Live There Anymore

You Almost Slipped My Mind

You Can Tell The World

You Never Did Give Up On Me

You Touched My Life

You Were All The Good in Me

You'll Still Be The One

You're My Jamaica

You're So Good When You're Bad

You're The Woman Behind Everything

You're Wanting Me To Stop Loving You

You've Got To Stand For Something

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