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Johnny Horton Lyrics

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His songs can be a beautiful love story, historical in nature or a novelty song, Johnny was the writer for many of these classics. We have a good selection of Johnny Horton lyrics with chords as well as for many other older country artists. We specialize in the good stuff, “classic country songs”.

Johnny Horton died early in his career in an automobile accident, but left us with a legacy of his great songs. Johnny was an avid fisherman and loved it almost as much as singing. We will always appreciate the music he left us with to enjoy as well as playing and singing it ourselves.

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.

Whether you’re an accomplished guitar player or a beginner, playing and singing these great old country songs are very entertaining. For us less gifted players, most of these songs have simple chords and are not difficult to play. It’s not about how good you are, it’s about enjoying music every way you can. All you have to do is make the effort to learn a few chords and you can add an element of pleasure to your life, it's amazing what a stress reliever it can be. It's a great hobby!!


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Johnny Horton Lyrics

All for the Love of a Girl

All Grownup

Alley Girl Ways

Battle Of Bull Run

Battle of New Orleans

Bawlin' Baby

Betty Lorraine

Big Wheels Rolling

Broken Hearted Gypsy

Candy Jones

Church By The Side Of The Road

Coal Smoke Valve Oil And Steam

Commanche (The Brave Horse)

Counterfeit Love

Devilish Love Light

Done Roving

Don't Use My Heart For A Stepping Stone

Empty Bed Blues

Everytime I'm Kissing You

First Train Heading South

Go And Wash Those Dirty Feet

Goodbye Lonesome Hello Baby Doll

Got The Bull By the Horns

Honky Tonk Hardwood Floors

Honky Tonk Man

Hooray For That Little Difference

I Can't Forget You

I Don't Like I Did Before

I Got A Hole In My Pirogue

I Love You Baby

In My Home In Shelby County

It's A Long Rocky Road

I'll Do It Every Time

I'm a One Woman Man

I'm A Fishing Man

I'm Coming Home

I'm Ready If You're Willing


Jim Bridger

Joe's Been A Gettin' There

John Paul Jones

Johnny Freedom

Johnny Reb

Just Walk A Little Closer

Let's Take The Long Way Home

Lonesome And Heartbroken

Mean Son of a Gun

Miss Marcy

Move Down The Line

Mr. Moonlight

My Heart Stopped Trembled and Died

No True Love

North To Alaska

Ole Slew Foot

Out In New Mexico

Over Loving You

O'Leary's Cow

Plaid and Calico

Riding The Sunshine Special

Rhythm In My Baby's Walk

Sal's Got A Sugar Lip

Sam Magee

Seven Come Eleven

Shadows Of The Old Bayou

She Knows Why

Sink The Bismark

Sleepy Eyed John

Smokey Joe's Barbeque

Snowshoe Thompson

Somebody's Rocking My Broken Heart

Sugar Coated Baby

Streets Of Dodge

Take It Like A Man

Take Me Like I Am

Talk Gobbler Talk

Tell My Baby I Love Her

Ten Thousands Drums

Tetched In The Head

That Boy's Got The Habit

The Child's Side Of Life

The Devil Made A Masterpiece

The Electrified Donkey

The Gosh Darn Wheel

The Mansion You Stole

The Same Old Tale The Crow Told Me

The Sinking Of The Reuben James

The S.S. Lurline

Train With The Rhumba Beat

Two Red Lips And Warm Red Wine

The Wild One

The Woman I Need (Honky Tonk Mind)

They Shined Up Rudolph's Nose

What Will I Do Without You

When it's Springtime in Alaska

Whispering Pines

Wise To The Ways Of A Woman


You Don't Move Me Anymore

Young Abe Lincoln

You're My Baby


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.