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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

Kansas City Blues

Keep My Memory In Your Heart

Keep Those Cards And Letters Coming In

Leave Me

Last Night I Dreamed

Let The Little Girl Dance

Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello

Let's Wait A Little Longer

Lonely Christmas Eve

Lots of Luck

Love Was Right Here All The Time

Making Believe

Mean Mama Blues

Miles In Memories

Missing In Action

Mississippi Gal

Mister Blues

Mr. and Mrs. Used To Be

My Baby And My Wife

My Filipino Baby

My Hillbilly Baby

My Mother Must Have Been A Girl Like You

My Past Brought Me To You

My Tennessee Baby

My Wasted Past 

One Dime At A Time

One More Day

One To Ten

Pass The Booze

Rainbow At Midnight

Saturday Satan Sunday Saint

Say Something Nice To Sarah

She's A Little Bit Country

She's Already Gone

She's Looking Better By The Minute

Should I Come Back Home To You

So Round So Firm So Fully Packed

Soldier's Last Letter

Somebody Better Than Me 

Somebody Loves You

Somebody's Stolen My Honey

Somewhere Between

Stand By Me

Steppin' Out

Stop Me If You've Heard This One Before

Taking It Easy Here

Teach My Daddy How To Pray

Texas Dance Hall Girl

Thanks A Lot

That Wild and Wicked Look In Your Eye

The Beautiful city

The Door Is Always Open

The Kind Of Love She Gave To Me

The Last Goodbye

The Road Is Closed

The Yellow Rose Of Texas

There's A Little Bit Of Everything In Texas

There's Nothing More To Say

There's Nothing On My Mind

This Troubled Mind Of Mine

Those Tears In Your Eyes

Though The Days Were Only Seven

Throw Your Love My Way

Till My Get Up Has Got Up And Gone

Till We Two Are One

Too Old To Cut The Mustard 

Touch And Go 

Try Me One More Time

Two Glasses Joe

Two In The Cold

Unfaithful One

Walking The Floor Over You

Waltz Across Texas

We Need God For Christmas

We'll Never Change

We're Not Kids Anymore

What Good Will It Do

What Will You Tell Them

When A Soldier Knocks And Finds Nobody Home

When It's Prayer Meeting Time

When Jesus Calls

When The World Has Turned You Down

Who's Gonna Take The Garbage Out

Women Make A Fool Out Of Me

Wonderful City


Won't You Come Home And Talk To A Stranger

Yesterday's Tears

Yesterday's Winner Is A Loser Today

You Don't Have To Be A Baby To Cry

You Nearly Lose Your Mind

You Were Only Teasing Me

You Won't Ever Forget Me

Your Side Of The Story

You'll Never Get A Better Chance Than This

You'll Still Be In My Heart

You're A Real Good Friend

You're Breaking My Heart

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