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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.

These Country Song lyrics and chords are for your personal use only. Below is a list of our most recent entries so regular visitors don't have to scan the entire site for new additions. We appreciate you taking the time to visit our website and hope you get some pleasure from it. If you have a particular song you would like us to add and if it's an old country song, we'll make every effort to accommodate your request. We try to add a few country song lyrics with chords daily.

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Latest Additions of Country Song lyrics and chords 

I Thank God For You Bill Anderson with Jan Howard

I Ran Out Of Time Billy Crash Craddock

It Hurts Too Much To Laugh Billy Walker

Every Time The World Goes Round Bob Luman

Tater Pie Bob Wills

Long Way To Tennessee Bobby Bare

My Greatest Weakness Bobby Helms

I Won't Get Over You Boxcar Willie

Just Another Lie Brenda Lee

My Savior Leads The Way 🙏 Buck Owens

Casting My Shadow In The Road Ricky Skaggs

Who's That Knocking At My Door The Dreadful Snakes

New Faces In The Field Russell Moore and IIIrd Tyme Out

Queen Of the Ballroom Buddy Holly

The Show's Almost Over Cal Smith

I Can't Lose Something (I Never Had) Carl Belew

Easy To Please Carl Smith

Fall Back On Me Charley Pride

I've Lost My Heart To You Charlie Rich

You Can't Get There From Here Charlie Walker

Sleeping With The Radio On Charly McClain

Easy For Me To Say Cliint Black

What Does The Deep Sea Say Doc Watson

Gosh I Miss You All The Time Jim and Jesse

Pain In My Heart The Osborne Brothers

Oh Me Oh My Sweet Baby George Strait

Ain't You Even Gonna Cry Connie Smith

First Romance Conway Twitty

Goodbye Sweetheart Goodbye Cowbow Copas

If You Ever Change Your Mind Crystal Gayle

Now's The Time To Fall In Love David Alan Coe

What Kind Of Hold David Ball

Where Could I Go (But To Her) David Houston

When Jesus Comes Calling For Me 🙏 Dolly Parton

You Don't Knock 🙏 Don Gibson

Too Late To Turn Back Now Don Williams

I Can Turn You Every Way But Loose Dottie West

Remember The Ride Doug Stone

Tears For Two Dwight Yoakam

As Low As You Can Go Earl Thomas Conley

The Roving Gambler Eddy Arnold

Just Leave Me Alone Eddy Raven

Let's Have A Party Elvis Presley

Sorrow In The Wind Emmlou Harris

Saturday Satan Sunday Saint Ernest Tubb

Mention My Name In Sheboygan The Everly Brothers

I've Come To Say Goodbye Faron Young

Don't You Hear Me Calling You Fats Domino

Baby's Blue Ferlin Husky

Some Do Some Don't Some Will Some Won't Freddie Hart

Burning Bridges Garth Brooks

Cannonball Blues (aka Solid Gone) Doc Watson

My Home's Across the Blue Ridge Mountains Doc Watson

Satisfied 🙏 Gene Watson

East Virginia George Hamilton IV

You're Looking At A Happy Man George Jones

A Shot In The Dark George Morgan

Come On Joe George Strait

Flying South Hank Locklin

Anniversary Blue Yodel No. 7 Hank Snow

Forgive Me Hank Thompson

American Dream Hank Williams Jr.

Everything Has Changed Hawkshaw Hawkins

Too Much Of You Jack Greene

Wave Goodbye To Me Jean Shepard

Just Like Your Daddy Jeanne Pruett

It Just Takes Practice Jeannie Seely

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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.    

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