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Faron Young Lyrics

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We only have a small portion of Faron Young lyrics compared to the hundreds of songs he recorded during his fabulous career. Although he was small in stature, his voice was incredibly strong. Faron could sing any type whether it be ballads, novelty or beautiful love songs. Like most artists, many of his best songs were never released as singles and received little or no radio play. Copy a few these Faron Young lyrics with chords to help you learn a some of these pretty country classics.

He was among the top country stars and was one of the most colorful personalities all though the 1950’s until the late 1970’s. We all remember his classic hits “If You and Lovin then You Ain’t Livin” and “Live Fast, Love Hard, Die Young” marking him a true honky-tonk man in sound and style. Of course we will never forget how his versatility as a vocalist really came out in songs like “Hello Walls” and Four In the Morning”.

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Faron Young Lyrics

So Afraid

Some Of Those Memories

Stay Love

Step Aside

Stop And Take The Time

Such A Waste Of Mind

Sweethearts Or Strangers

Take A Letter Miss Gray

Tattle Tale Tears

Tennessee Border

That Over Thirty Look

That's The Way It's Gotta Be

That's What It's Like to be Lonesome

That's What I'd Do For You

That's Where My Baby Feels At Home

The Ballad Of Paladin

The Best I Ever Had

The Color of Love

The Comeback

The Echo of Your Footsteps

The Good Lord Must Have Sent You

The Guns Of Johnny Rondo

The Locket

The Memory

The Nearness Of You

The Object Of My Affection

The Shrine Of Saint Cecilia

The Story Of Silent Night

The Yellow Bandana

There's Not Any Like You Left

They Made Me Fall In Love With You

Things To Remember

This Is The Part Where I Cry

This Little Girl Of Mine

This Time The Hurtin's On Me

Time Is The Only Thing I'm After

To Get To You

Too Big To Fight

Trail of Tears

Traveling On

Turn Her Down

Unmitigated Gall

Until I Met You

Until I Can Make it on My Own

Vacation's Over

Walk Tall

Weakness Of A Fool

We're Talking It Over

We've Got Something In Common

What Does It Take To Make A Grown Man Cry

Whatever's Left

What Good Will It Do

What Will I Tell My Darling

What's The Use to Love You

When All I Need Is You

When Are You Ever Gonna Learn

Whirlwinds Of My Mind

Who's Leaving Who

Winning You Sure Made A Loser Out Of Me

Without Regret I'd Love You Again

You Call Everybody Darling

You Can't Lose What You Never Had

You Don't Treat Me Right

You Had A Call

You Keep Right On Loving Me

You Should Do The Calling

Your Old Used To Be

Your Times Coming

You'll Drive Me Back Into Her Arms Again

You're The Angel

You're The Angel On Top Of My Christmas Tree

You're Right (but I wish you were wrong)

You're Still Mine

You're The Biggest Part Of Me

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