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Hank Thompson Song Lyrics

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If you enjoy western swing music just listen to Hank Thompson and his band, The Brazos Valley Boys, they know how to make it come alive. He has so many great songs that is such fun to dance to as well as play and sing. Being born in Texas he idolized Bob Wills and his music is instrumental in keeping western swing alive as well as traditional country songs.  

Hank Thompson deserved to be elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1989. He passed away in November 2007 and has been such an inspiration to Western Swing and Country Music, he’s given us so much wonderful music that will last for life times. He could bring a country dance hall alive.

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.

 How super it would be if more of the young artists coming along would learn more of them and keep them alive. So dust off your old trusted guitar and teach a few youngsters about our kind of music. Use these free lyrics with chords to help you learn new country songs.


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Hank Thompson Song Lyrics

John Henry

Just an Old Flame

Just An Old Faded Photograph

Just To Ease The Pain

Left My Gal In The Mountains

Let Me Call You Sweetheart

Let The Four Winds Choose

Let's Get Drunk And Be Somebody

Little Christmas Angel

Lobby of Your Heart

Lobo The Hobo

Love Is Where You Find It

Love Thief

Love Walked Out Long Before She Did

Luckiest Heartache In Town

Make Room In Your Heart For A Memory

Mama Don't Allow

Meet Me On The Corner

Mission Of Love

Most of All

Mr. And Mrs. Snowman

My Front Door Is Open

My Heart Is A Playground

My Little Red Wagon

My Little Red Wagon

New Deal Of Love

New Roving Gambler

New Wine In Old Bottles

Next Time I Fall In Love I Won't

Number One On The Hurt Parade

Okie Blondie

Oklahoma Home Brew

Oklahoma Hills

Older the Violin the Sweeter the Music

On Tap In The Can Or In The Bottle

One Of The Fortunate Few

Paper Doll

Paying Off The Interest With My Tears

Rock In The Ocean

Rub a Dub Dub

Scotch And Soda

Shenandoah Waltz

She's Just a Whole Lot Like You

Sing Me Something Sentimental

Simple Simon Simple Heart

Six Pack to Go

Sixty Minute Man

Smoke Smoke Smoke That Cigarette

Smokey The Bar

Soft Lips

Squaws along the Yukon

Stars And Stripes On Iwo Jima

Sting In This Old Bee

Stirring Up The Ashes

Swing Wide Your Gate of Love

Teach Me How To Lie

Tears Are Only Rain

That's The Recipe For A Heartache

That's What Sells The Wine

The Big One Got Away 

The Grass Looks Greener Over Yonder

The Great Society

The King Of Western Swing

The Mark Of A Heel

The New Wears Of Too Fast

There My Future Goes

This Train

Three Times Seven

Till Then


Tomorrow Night

Tony's Tank Up Drive In Cafe

Twice As Much

Two Hearts Deep In The Blues

Wabash Cannonball

Wake Up Irene

Westphalia Waltz

We've Gone Too Far

What Made Her Change Her Mind

When God Calls His Children Home

Whipperwill Lane

Who Left the Door to Heaven Open

Whoa Sailor

Wild Side of Life

Yesterday's Girl

You Don't Have The Nerve

You Remembered Me

You Were The Cause Of It All

You'll Be The One

You're Too Young To Cry Now

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If you want to change the "Key" on any song, click here for the easiest way possible. Copy and paste lyrics and chords to the key changer, select the key you want, then click the button "Click Here". If the lyrics are in a long line, first paste to Microsoft Word or a similar word processor, then recopy and paste to key changer. This software was developed by John Logue.