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Ricky Nelson lyrics

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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.

Ricky Nelson song lyrics and chords represents some of the best of the fifties music, maybe these lyrics and chords will remind you of yesteryear's great music.

He was born in 1940 and began his entertainment career at the age of 9 starting with radio and quickly moving into movies and singing. He was a very talented singer-songwriter, instrumentalist and actor.

Between 1957 and 1973 he had fifty three songs on the Billboard Hot 100. In 1987 Ricky was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. We will always enjoy the wonderful music he left us with. Use these Ricky Nelson song lyrics and chords to show your grand-kids what great music they are missing.

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Ricky Nelson lyrics

A Long Vacation

A Teenager In Love

A Teenagers Romance

A Wonder Like You


Ain't Nothing But Love

Almost Saturday Night


Am I Blue


Baby I'm Sorry

Baby Won't You Please Come Home

Baby You Don't Know

Back To Schooldays

Be True To Me

Be Bop Baby

Believe What You Say

Big Chief Buffalo Nickel

Boppin' The Blues

Break My Chain


Call It What You Want


Do The Best You Can

Don't Blame It On Your Wife

Don't Leave Me This Way

Down Along The Bayou Country


Everybody But Me

Everytime I See You Smiling

Everytime I Think About You

Excuse Me Baby

Fools Rush In

For Your Sweet Love

From A Distance

Garden Party

Get Along Home Cindy Cindy

Glory Train

Hello Mary Lou

Hello Mr. Happiness

Here I Am

Here I Go Again

Hey There Little Miss Tease

History Of Love

I Don't Wanna Love You

I Got A Feeling

I Love You More Than You Know

I Need You

I Tried

I Will Follow You

I'd Climb The Highest Mountain

I'll Make Believe

I'll Walk Alone

I'm A Traveling Man

I'm All Through With You

I'm Called Lonely

I'm Not Afraid

It's Beginning To Hurt

It's Late

It's Up To You

Just A Little Too Much

Just Take A Moment

Ladies Choice

Let's Talk The Whole Thing Over

Live and Learn

Lonely Corner

Lonesome Town

Mad Mad World

Mighty Good

My Babe

My One Desire

Never Be Anyone Else But You

One Boy Too Late

One Of These Mornings

Poor Little Fool

Poor Loser

Restless Kid

So Long

Something You Can't Buy

Stars Fell On Alabama

Stood Up

Stop Sneakin' Around

String Along

Sweeter Than You

Teenage Idol

Thank You Darlin'

That Warm Summer Night

That's All She Wrote

The Loneliest Sound

There Goes My Baby

There's Good Rockin' Tonight

There's Not A Minute

Try To Remember

Trying To Get To You

Waiting In School

What Comes Next


Yes Sir That's My Baby

Yesterdays Love

You Are The Only One

You Don't Love Me Anymore

You Just Don't Quit

You Tear Me Up

Your True Love

You'll Never Fall In Love Again

You'll Never Know What You're Missin'

You're My One And Only Love

Young Emotion

Young World

Ricky Nelson song lyrics and chords


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