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Jim Ed Brown lyrics

Jim Ed Brown

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Jim Ed Brown was born April 1, 1934 in the state of Arkansas. He gained fame in the 1950's with his two sisters as a member of The Browns. The song "Looking Back to See" earned them national recognition while performing on the Ernest Tubb radio show. It hit the top ten and stayed on the charts through the summer of 1954.

The Browns had many hits that we still so enjoy today. The group disbanded in the mid 60's and Jim Ed had a very successful solo career from 1965 to 1974. At that time he joined with Helen Cornelius and they performed though 1981 giving us great songs, many of which were big hits.

Jim Ed was a very active member of the Grand Ole Opera and has a very popular radio show. We are ever appreciative of the wonderful music he has given us to enjoy, what a great voice.

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Jim Ed Brown lyrics

A Baby Again

A Million Miles From Nowhere

A Rusty Old Halo

After Losing You

Ain't Life Sweet

All My Woman Ask

All The World And The Seven Seas

Alpha And Omega


Baby I Tried


Barroom Pals And Goodtime Gals

Barrooms And Pop A Tops

Billy McCoy

Born A Fool

Bottle Bottle

Brighten The Corner Where You Are

Broad Minded Man

Bubble Gum Bandit

Buttons And Bows

Chandelier Of Stars

Coffee Cup

Dear Memory

Do You Wanna Make Love

Don't Bother To Knock

Don't Use The Word Lightly

Down In The Valley

Down On The Old Plantation

Draggin' Main Street

Dream On (She'll Break Your Heart)

Drinking Again


Fall Softly Snow


Gently Comes Love

Halfway To Heaven

Heartache Killer

Heaven Fell Last Night

Heaven Says Hello

Helping Her Get Over Him

Here Today

Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me

How Can It Be Imagination

How Long Does It Take A Memory To Drown

How To Lose A Good Woman

I don't Want To Have To Marry You

I Heard From A Memory Last Night

I Just Came From There

I Run For My Life

I Take The Chance

I Was Looking Back To See

If The World Ran Out Of Love Tonight

I'll Make The Living

I'll Never Be Free

I'm A Born Believer

I'm Leaving It Up To You

It Takes So Long

It's That Time Of The Night


Just For Old Time Sake

Lavender Blue

Lift Ring Pull Open

Lonely Little Robin

Love Was What We Had

Man And Wife Time


Morning Comes Too Early

My Baby's Gone

My Heart Left Long Ago


Oh No

One Man Woman One Woman Man

One More Song

Only The Lonely

Pick Me Ups

Pledge Of Love

Pop A Top Again

Put On An Old Pair Of Shoes

Ready To Take My Chances

Saying Hello Saying I Love You

Scarlet Ribbons

She's Leaving

Sometime Sunshine

Sorry I Never Knew You 

Southern Loving

Sunday Morning We'll Be Singing

Table Next To Me

Tangled Web

Taste Of Heaven

The Bedroom

The Circuit Riding Preacher

The City Cries At Night

The Old Lamp Lighter

The Old Village Choir

The Raging Storm

The Three Bells

The Twelfth Rose

Then I'll Stop Loving You

They Call The Wind Mariah

They Tore The Old Country Church Down

Though Your Sins Be As Scarlet

Unbelievable Love

Wake Me Up In Oklahoma

When The Sun Says Hello To the Mountain

Where Did The Sunshine Go

Who's Gonna Buy Your Ribbons

Why Can't I Take You Home

Will I Ever Stop Loving You

Yesterday's Gone 

You Never Said You Loved Me

You'll Always Be In My Heart

You'll Never Know

You're Easy To Remember

You've Seen That Look On Me A Thousand Times


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