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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 

My Happiness Goes Off Cal Smith

I'll Always Speak Well Of You Tommy Collins

Where Do I Go Carl Belew

Califorina Sunshine Carl Smith

Nothin' Left But Leavin' Charley Pride

Are You Still My Baby Charlie Rich

Fast Way Of Livin' Charlie Walker

Take Me Back Charly McClain

Let Me Take That Heartache (Off Your Hands) Clay Walker

Melody Of Love Connie Francis

He Touched Me 🙏 Connie Smith

Let Me Be The Judge Conway Twitty

Copy Cat Cowboy Copas

Blue Side Crystal Gayle

Merle and Me David Allan Coe

Happy With The One I've Got David Ball

Sweet Sweet Judy David Houston

Daddy Won't Be Home Anymore Dolly Parton

I Let Her Get Lonely Don Gibson

It's Gotta Be Magic Don Williams

Mama Kiss The Hurt Away Dottie West

You Were Never Mine To Lose Doug Stone

Yet To Succeed Dwight Yoakam

Your Love's Just For Stangers Earl Thomas Conley

Come Live With Me and Be My Love Eddy Arnold

Sam Eddy Raven

Wolf Call Elvis Presley

Sweet Dreams Of You Emmylou Harris

She's A Little Bit Country Ernest Tubb

I Can't Say Goodbye to You The Everly Brothers

Let Me Hear You Say I Love You Faron Young

I See Jesus 🙏 Hank Snow

I Don't Think I'd Believe You Faron Young

Magic Isles Fats Domino

Learn From A Fool Ferlin Husky

My Anna Marie Freddie Hart

Last Night I Had The Strangest Dream Garth Brooks

New York Times Gene Watson

I Want Go (Where No One Knows Me) George Hamilton IV

Settle Down George Jones

My Baby Lied To Me George Morgan

I Believe George Strait

Hasta Luego (See You Later) Hank Locklin

Heartbreak Trail Hank Snow

Love Walked Out Long Before She Did Hank Thompson

There's Gotta Be Much More To Life Than You Hank Williams Jr.

Rockin' Chair Daddy Hank Williams

The Life Story Of Hank Williams Hawkshaw Hawkins

My Long Gone Reason Jack Greene

If Only Jack Scott

I Just Had You On My Mind Jean Shepard

Fast Movin' Train Jeannie Seely

Bring Back The Springtime 🙏 Ray Price

Just Dropped In Jerry Lee Lewis

Tangled Web Jim Ed, Maxine and Bonnie Brown

My Rambling Heart Jim Reeves

Moonlight Mississippi Jimmy Dean

Down In Tennessee John Anderson

The Day He Turned Sixty-Five John Conlee

Deep In Love and Buried In The Blues Johnny Bush

Sing A Traveling Song Johnny Cash

Oh Maria Johnny Duncan

Train With The Rhumba Beat Johnny Horton

Honky Tonk and Slow Music Johnny Paycheck

I've Never Had A Thing That Ain't Been Used Johnny Rodriguez

I Just Want You Keith Whitley

Whiskey Lullaby Brad Paisley with Alision Krauss

In Christ Alone 🙏 The Booth Brothers

Without You In My Life Kenny Rogers

Both Sides Now Anne Murray

Bitterweeds Larry Sparks

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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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