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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. The Everly Brothers lyrics are intended for your personal use only.

Don and Phil Everly have the purest harmony of all vocalist. Enjoy these fifties country lyrics with chords, let's keep this great music alive. The Brothers, Phil and Don, had a harmony style like no other and being one of the top acts in rock and roll history are more responsible than anyone for moving country songs onto the pop charts.

They were born into a musical family and at a very early age started performing with their parents, they were well known in the south and Midwest as folk and country music performers. Chet Atkins was instrumental in getting Phil and Don their first recording contract and they went on to have a very lustrous career.  


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Everly Brothers lyrics

A Nickel For The Fiddler

All I Have To Do Is Dream

Always It's You

And I'll Go

Any Single Solitary Heart

Arms Of Mary


Autumn Leaves

Baby What You Want Me To Do

Barbara Allen


Bird Dog

Born Yesterday

Bowling Green

Brand New Heartache

Bye Bye Blackbird

Bye Bye Love

Carol Jane

Cathy's Clown

Christmas Eve Can Kill You

Crying In The Rain

Dancing On My Feet

Devoted To You

Donna Donna

Don't Ask Me To Be Friends

Don't Blame Me

Don't Forget To Cry

Don't Let The Whole World Know

Don't Say Goodnight

Down In The Willow Garden

Ebony Eyes

Give Me A Sweetheart

Glitter And Gold

Gone Gone Gone

Ground Hawg

Have You Ever Loved Somebody

He's Got My Symphathy

Hello Amy

Hey Doll Baby

Hi-Lili Hi-lo

How Did We Stay Together

I Can't Say Goodbye to You

I Know Love

I Used To Love You

I Want You To Know

I Wonder If I Care As Much

It Only Cost A Dime

It's All Over

I'll Never Get Over You

I'm Gonna Make Real Sure

I'm Just Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail

I've Been Wrong Before

June Is As Cold As December

Just In Case

Keep A Knockin'


Kiss Your Man Goodbye

Last Song I'm Ever Gonna Sing

Leave My Woman Alone

Let it be Me

Lightning Express

Like Stangers

Little Hollywood Girl

Living Too Close To The Ground

Lonely Avenue

Long Time Gone

Love Of My Life

Love Hurts

Love Makes The World Go Round


Made To Love

Maybe Tomorrow

Memories Are Made Of This

Mention My Name In Sheboygan

My Grandfather's Clock

Nashville Blues

Nothing Matters But You

Oh My Papa

Oh So Many Years

Oh True Love

Oh What A Feeling

On The Wings Of A Nightingale

Paradise aka Mr. Peabody's Coal Train

People Get Ready

Pretty Flamingo


Rhythm Of The Rain

Rocking Alone In An Old Rocking Chair

Shady Grove

Should We Tell Him

Sigh Cry Almost Die

Since You Broke My Heart

So Sad

Some Sweet Day

Step It Up And Go

Take A Message To Mary

Tell Laura I Love Her

That's Too Good To Be True

That's What You Do To Me

The Doll House Is Empty

The First In Line

These Shoes

Thinkin' Bout You

This Little Girl Of Mine

Till I Kissed You

Wake Up Little Susie

Walk Right Back

What Kind Of Girl Are You

When Will I Be Loved

When Snowflakes Fall In The Summer

Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet

Why Am I Chained To A Memory

Why Not

Woman Don't You Try To Tie Me Down

You Thrill Me

You're My Girl


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