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Ernest Tubb Lyrics


Browse through these Ernest Tubb lyrics with chords and find some of your favorite classic country songs, even some you may have forgotten about. Ernest and The Texas Troubadours recorded many great traditional country songs during his long and successful career. Not only was he a popular vocalist, many of his songs he either wrote or co-authored.

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During 1941 he cut several records, one of the first being, “Walking the Floor Over You” in which he wrote himself and became a huge hit as well as a classic. On these records he was backed by Smitty Smith, an electric guitar player that made them a new an exciting sound and because of that Ernest was the first musician to use a electric guitar on the Grand Ole Opry stage.

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Ernest Tubb lyrics

A Guy Named Joe

A Memory That's All You'll Ever Be To Me

A Year Ago Tonight

A Year Ago Tonight

All Those Yesterdays

Another Story

Answer To Rainbow At Midnight

Are You Mine

As Long As There's A Sunday

Baby It's So Hard To Be Good

Baby Your Mother (Like She Babied You)


Be Glad  

Blue Eyed Elaine

Blue Snowflakes

Big City

Bring Your Heart Home

Careless Darling

Christmas Is Just Another Day

Crying Myself To Sleep

Daddy When Is Mommy Coming Home

Dear Judge

Divorce Granted

Do It Now

Don't Forbid Me

Don't Back A Man Up In A Corner

Don't Stay Away Too Long

Don't Trade Your Old Fashioned Sweetheart

Don't Trifle On Your Sweetheart

Driftwood On The River

Driving Nails In My Coffin

Educated Mama

Family bible

Follow Me

Forever Is Ending Today

Fortune In Memories

Give Me A Little Old Fashioned Love

Gone And Left Me Blues

Gonna Be Strangers

Good Night Irene

Good Year For The Wine

Go On Home

Half A Mind

Hello Trouble

Hey Mr. Bluebird

How Can I Be Sure

How Do We Know This Is Love

I Believe I'm Entitled To You

I Cared For You More Than I Knew

I Chased You Till You Caught Me

I Don't Blame You

I Loved You Once

I Need Attention Bad 

I Never Had The One That I Wanted

I Reached For The Wine

I Won't Cheat On You Again

I Wonder Why I Worry Over You

I Wonder Why You Said Goodbye

If I Ever Stop Hurtin'

If I Never Have Anything Else

If We Put Our Heads Together

If You Call That Gone Goodbye

In And Out Of Every Heart In Town

It Sure Helps A Lot

It Makes No Difference Now

It's A Lonely World

It's Been So Long Darling

It's The Age That Makes The Difference

I'll Be Walking The Floor This Christmas

I'll Never Cry Over You

I'll Never Lose You Though You're Gone

I'll Take A Back Seat For You

I'm Biting My Fingernails And Thinking Of You

I'm Free As The Breeze

I'm In Love With Molly

I'm Looking High And Low For My Baby

I'm Not Leavin' You

I'm Trimming My Christmas Tree With Teardrops

I'm With A Crowd But So Alone

I've Been Walkin'

I've Got All The Heartache I Can Handle

I've Lived A Lie

Jealous Loving Heart

Journey's End

Just A Drink Away

Just Partners

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