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Charlie Rich lyrics

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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.

Charlie Rich lyrics are intended for your personal use only, he was a terrific entertainer. Use these classic country guitar chords to keep our music alive, play and sing it as often as you can. Charlie Rich learned music at an early age and began his professional career while stationed in the Air Force in the early 50's.

After his release from the military he along with his band began performing in clubs around the Memphis area playing jazz and the blues and writing most of his material. He soon landed a job with Judd Records as a session player and was soon playing for some of the well known artists of the era as well as writing some of their songs. He released his first single in 1958 but didn't have a hit until 1960 and from that point he had many great songs that we all know and love.

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Charlie Rich Lyrics

A Very Special Love Song

Afternoon Delight

All Over Me

Anywhere You Are

Are We Dreaming The Same Dream

Are You Still My Baby

Behind Closed Doors

Big Boss Man

Big Jack

Big Man

Blue Spanish Eyes

Break Up

Caught In The Middle

Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast


Everything I Do Is Wrong

Feel Like Going Home

Field Of Yellow Daisies

Gentleman Jim

Golden Slipper Rose

Goodbye Mary Ann

Have A Heart

He Follows My footsteps

How Blue Can You Be

I Can't Even Drink It Away

I Do My Swinging At Home

I Don't See Me in Your Eyes Anymore

I Dream Of Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair

I Feel Like Going Home

I Love My Friend

I Love No One But You

I Need A Thing Called Love

I Take It On Home

If I Knew Then What I Know Now

Is Goodbye That Easy To Say

It Ain't Gonna Be That Way

It Hurt Me So

It Makes Me Want To Cry

It's All Over Now

I'll Be More Than Happy To Set You Free

I'll Just Go Away

I'll Wake You Up When I Get Home

I'm Not Going Hungry Anymore

I've Lost My Heart To You

Just A Little Bit Sweet

Just Like Old Times

Life Has It's Little Ups and Downs

Like Someone In Love

Little Bit Here(A Little Bit There)

Lonely Weekends

Midnight Blues

Mohair Sam

My Mountain Dew

Nice And Easy

Nothing In The World

On My Knees

Papa Was A Good Man

Picture Of You

Pieces Of My Life

Proudest Loneliest Fool


River Stay Away From My Door

Rolling With The Flow

Sail Away

San Francisco Is A Lonely Town

School Days

Seven Dreams

Share Your Love With Me

She's A Yum Yum

Sitting And Thinking

Sunday Kind Of Woman

Ten Dollars And A Clean White Shirt

That's The Day

The Grass Is Always Greener

The Most Beautiful Girl

There Won't be Anymore

There's Another Place I Can't Go

Till I Can't Take It Anymore

Tomorrow Night

Too Many Teardrops

Try A Little Tenderness

We Love Each Other

Were You There When They Crucified My Lord

Who Will The Next Fool Be

Why Don't We Go Somewhere And Love

Why Oh Why

You Can Have Her

You Never Really Wanted Me

You're Gonna Be Waitin'


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