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George Jones Song Lyrics

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These are some of my favorite George Jones song lyrics, I know he has hundreds more available but it'll take a long time to do all of them. What can you say about this guy that hasn’t already been said during his fifty plus years of singing country music. I don’t know how many songs he’s recorded, but it includes a lot of great ones. I’m sure you have your favorites by this true legend, browse George Jones song lyrics to see if we have some of them. Maybe you’ll find these lyrics with chords that might help you as you strum your guitar and sing these country classics.

George had his first chart hit in 1955 “Why Baby Why” a song he co-wrote and in 1956 “Just One More” reached number 3 on the chart. He later moved to Mercury Records and had his first number one hit “ White Lightning” in 1959. He hit number one in 1961 with “Tender Years” and She Thinks I Still Care”. In 1967 George recorded one of his biggest hits “Walk Through This World With Me”.

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.

When we play a George Jones cd, we know it’s gonna be country, he’s never abandoned his love for pure country music and country gospel songs. And for that, those of us that enjoy real country music, we can be thankful.


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George Jones Song Lyrics

Milwaukee Here I Come

Money To Burn

Mr. And Mrs. Santa Claus

My Baby Left Her Jingling John For Folding Fred

My Favorite Lies

My Lord Has Called Me

My Mom And Santa Claus

My Tears Are Overdue

Multiply The Heartaches

Near You

No Future For Me In Our Past

No Use To Cry

Not What I Had In Mind

Nothing Ever Hurt Me

Old Brush Arbors

Old Fashioned Singing

On Second Thought

On The Back Row


Once You've Had The Best

Our Bed Of Roses

Our Way Of Life

Out Of Control

Over Something Good

Please Take The Devil Out Of Me

Poor Little Rich Boy

Poor Man's Riches

Rain Rain

Release Me From Sin

Relief Is Just A Swallow Away

Same Old Me

Say It's Not You

Seasons Of My Heart

Second Hand Flowers

Settle Down

She Knows What She's Crying About

She Loved A Lot In Her Time

She Loves Me Right Out Of My Mind

She Needs Me

She Once Lived Here

She Thinks I Still Care

She's Just An Old Love Turned Memory

She's Mine

She's My Rock

She's My Mother

Shine On

Simply Divine

Sinners or Saints

Size Seven Round

Skip a Rope

Small Time Laboring Man

Someday My Day Will Come

Somebody Always Paints The Wall

Southern California

Someone Sweet To Love

Someone's Watching Over You

Sometimes You Just Can't Win Care

Stand On My Own Two Knees

Still Doing Time

Suppose To Night Would Be Our Last

Sweeter Than The Flowers

Swoop Down Sweet Jesus

Tagging Along

Take Me

Tarnished Angel

Tattletale Eyes

Take The World But Give Me Jesus

Talk Back Trembling Lips

Talk To Me Old Lonesome Heart

Tall Tall Trees

Talk To Me Lonesome Heart

Tell Me My Lying Eyes Are Wrong

Tell Me Something I Don't Know

Tender Years

Tennessee Whiskey

That's The Way I Feel

The Battle For Daddy's Soul

The Cold Hard Truth

The Door

The Garden

The Good Ole Bible

The Grand Tour

The Greatest Christmas Gift

The King Is Gone And So Are You

The Last Town I Painted

The Likes of You

The Lonely Know My Secret

The Lone Ranger

The Man Worth Loving You

The Old Man No One Loves

The Old Old House

The One I Loved Back Then

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