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Patsy Cline Lyrics

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There has never been a female country artist that had so much popularity for the short time she was with us than Patsy Cline. We only dream of having the quality voice she had and the way she could deliver a song. Her music is still very popular today and it will be so for a very long time.  

Patsy played piano by ear and never learned notes and seldom knew what key she sang in but she sounded terrific just the same. At the age of thirteen Patsy became very ill with rheumatic fever and developed a serious throat infection. The high fever affected her throat and after recovery she said her voice was much stronger and she loved belting a song like Kate Smith could do.  

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.

We built this web site in an effort to keep some of the classic country songs available to the ones of us that enjoy them. When we want to hear these old songs, we either have to play a cd or pick our old guitar and sing them ourselves. Radio seldom ever play our music anymore. Let's keep it going, our kids and grand kids might wake up to the fact it really is great music.


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Patsy Cline Lyrics

A Church, A Courtroom, Then Goodbye

A Poor Man's Roses

A Stranger In My Arms

Ain't No Wheels On This Ship


Back In Baby's Arms

Bill Bailey Want You Please Come Back Home

Blue Moon of Kentucky

Come On In


Crazy Dreams

Cry Not For Me

Dear God

Does Your Heart Beat For Me

Don't Ever Leave Me Again

Down By The Riverside


Fooling Around

For Rent

Gotta A Lot Of rhythm In My Soul

Have You Ever Been Lonely

He Called Me Baby Baby

He Will Do For You


Hidin' Out

Honky Tonk Merry Go Round

How Can I Face Tomorrow

Hungry For Love

I Can't Forget

I Can See an Angel Walking

I Cried All The Way To The Altar

I Don't Wanna

I Fall to Pieces

I Love You Honey

I Love You So Much It Hurts

If I Could Only Stay Asleep

Imagine That

I'll Sail My Ship Alone

I'm Blue Again

I'm Hogtied Over You

I'm Moving Along

I've Loved and Lost Again

Just a Closer Walk With Thee

Just Out of Reach

Leaving on Your Mind

Let the Teardrops Fall

Life's Railway to Heaven

Lonely Street

Love Letters in the Sand

Love Me Love Me Honey Do

Loving In Vain

Never No More

Pick Me Up On Your Way Down

Seven Lonely Days

Shake Rattle And Roll

She's Got You


Side by Side

So Wrong


South Of The Border

Stupid Cupid


Sweet Dreams

Tennessee Waltz

That Wonderful Someone

That's How Heartache Begins

That's My Desire

The Heart You Break May Be Your Own

The Man Upstairs

The Wayward Wind

Then You'll Know

There He Goes

Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray

Through the Eyes of a Child

Today, Tomorrow and Forever

Too Many Secrets

Tra Le La La Triangle

True Love

Try Again

Turn The Cards Slowly

Walking After Midnight

Walking Dreams

When I Get Through With You

When My Dreamboat Comes Home

When You Need a Laugh

Who Can I Count On

Why Can't He Be You

Write Me In Care Of The Blues

Yes I Understand

You Belong to Me

You Made Me Love You

You Took Him Off My Hands

You Were Only Fooling

Your Kinda Love

You're Stronger Than Me


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.