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Merle Haggard lyrics

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Even those who are not familiar with country music have heard of the legendary Merle Haggard. he has never varied from his style and has kept his music the same throughout his career. He has written countless songs with many hits over the many years.

Even though the success of earlier years has eluded him, his music remains some of the most inventive in country music and each generation owes a debt to his great work. He was truly deserving of being inducted into The Country Music Hall of Fame. Merle Haggard is a great testament to country music and his classics are timeless.

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.

If you enjoy picking your guitar and singing even though you might not posses great skills, remember, it’s for your entertainment, not necessarily for anybody else. Many of these Merle Haggard lyrics with chords are easy enough for us that are not musically gifted.  


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Merle Haggard Lyrics

T.B. Blues

Teach Me to Forget

Thank You For Keeping My House

Thanking The Good Lord

That Makes Two Of Us

That's the Way Love Goes

The Bottle Let Me Down

The Conversion Of Ronnie Jones

The Day The Rains Came

The Dream

The Emptiest Arms In The World

The Fighting Side Of Me

The Legend Of Bonnie and Clyde

The Longer You Wait

The Man Who Picked The Wildwood Flower

The Okie From Muskogee Is Coming Home

The Only Trouble With Me

The Running Kind

The Sermon On The Mount

The Way I Am

The Way It Was in '51

The Worst Is Yet To Come

There I've Said It Again

There's A Pair Of Blue Eyes Down In Texas

There's Just One Way

Things Aren't Funny Anymore

Think About A Lullaby

This Song Is For You

This Town's Not Big Enough

This World Is Not My Home

Today I Started Loving You Again

Too Many Bridges To Cross Over

Too Used To Being With You

Train That Never Stops 

Train Whistle Blues

Tulare Dust

Turning Off a Memory

Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Star

Victory In Jesus

Wake Up

Way Back In The Mountains

What Am I Gonna Do

What Will It Be Like

What's Wrong With Stayin' Home

Whatever Happened To Me

When Did Right Become Wrong

When My Last Song Is Sung

Where Could I Go

Where Have You Been

White Man Singing The Blues

Who Do I Know In Dallas

Why Am I Drinking

Why Can't I Cry

Why Should I Be Lonely

Wine Take Me Away

Wishing All These Old Things Were New

Without You On My Side

Working Man Blues

Wouldn't That Be Something

You Babe

You Don't Even Try

You Don't Have Very Far To Go

You Don't Love Me Anymore

You Take Me For Granted

You'll Always Be Special To Me

You'll Never Love Me Now

You're The Only Girl In The Game

You've Still Got A Place In My Heart

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