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Mel Tillis Lyrics

Mel Tillis

If you enjoy the older country music then it’s a almost a certainty you have Mel Tillis in your collection. He wrote a great deal of his songs and with other artists having the pleasure of recording many of them. If you have the opportunity go see him in concert as he puts on a tremendous show.

Throughout the 1980’s he continued to record but had only sparingly top ten hits but still remained a popular songwriter especially with young artists. Mel is a great entertainer and what great music he provides us with, not to mention so many great classics that are such fun to play and sing.

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.

Mel is a tremendous success story, his great voice, song writing skills and his personality made him very successful. Us amateur guitar pickers can play many of his songs, they are pure country with great rhythm and simple chords, great for guys like me. We don’t have to be a good musician or vocalist to enjoy singing and playing music.

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Mel Tillis Lyrics


Jukebox Man

Just How Bad Do You Wanna Be Good

Just Two Strangers Passing In The Night

Last Cup Of Coffee

Legend in My Mind


Letter After Letter

Let's Go All The Way Tonight

Lingering Memories

Live In My Heart

Living And Learning

Long Gone Blues

Looking For Tomorrow

Love Ain't Gonna Die

Love Is A Two Way Street

Lying Time Again

Me And Mine

Memories Made This House

Memory Maker

Midnight Me and the Blues

My Only Strange Love

Neon Rose

New Patches

Night Is The Longest Time Of Day

Not Once But a Hundred Times

Old Faithful

One More Drink

One Night Fever

Over The Hill

Play It Again Sam

Please Let Me Have You

Poison Love

Pyramid Of Cans

Right Back In Your Arms Again

Rose Of El Paso

Ruby Don't Take Your Love to Town


Send Me Down To Tucson

Shame On You Shame On Me

She Still Burns

She'll Be Hanging Around Somewhere

She's Been Doing That For Years

Someone Else Tends The Garden

Something Special

Son Of A Bum

Southern Rains

Stand Beside Me Behind Me


Stomp Them Grapes

Storms Never Last

Sunday String Band

Take A Look At Me

Take My Hand

Teenage Wedding


Thank You For Being You

That Woman Of Mine

The Best Way I Know How

The Honky Tonk Side Of Me

The Old Gang's Gone

These Lonely Hands Of Mine

They'll Never Break The Chains

This Old House

Time Has Treated You Well

Too Lonely Too Long

Tormented Heart

Tupelo Country Jail

Twelve Long Stem Roses

Unchained Melody


Uphill All The Way

Veil Of White Lace

What Comes Natural To A Fool

What Did I Promise Her Last Night

What's The Use In Just Me Trying

Who's Julie


Woman in the Back of My Mind

Worried Man Blues

You Can't Trust A Crazy Man

You Only Think Of Me

Your Body Is An Outlaw

Your Kind Of Living

Your Memory Sure Gets Around

Your Mother's Eyes

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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.