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Statler Brothers Lyrics


The Statler Brothers lyrics are a collection of some of the best songs ever by a quartet, and their awards verify that. These guys had a long and very successful career, Jimmy Fortune is still performing. Grab your old guitar and enjoy playing some of these classics.

The Statler Brothers are one, if not the most successful vocal harmony groups in the history of country music. They were formed in 1955 by bass vocalist Harold Reid, baritone Phil Balsley and tenor Lew Dewitt. They performed gospel music under the name of the Kingsmen. It wasn’t until 1960 that Harold’s younger brother joined the group as the lead singer.

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.

The Statler Brothers are entertainers, they have a unique talent of captivating a crowd with their songs and their humor. Jimmy Fortune wrote some of the prettiest love songs every recorded, for example “Forever”, “Elizabeth” and “My Only Love”.  


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Statler Brothers Lyrics

1953 Dear John Honky Tonk Blues

A Few Old Memories

A Letter From Shirley Miller

A Living Part Of You

A Special Song For Wanda

All American Girl

All Girl All Gospel Quartet

Almost In Love

An Old Fashioned Christmas

Are You Washed In The Blood

Atlanta Blue

Beat The Devil

Bed Of Roses

Beyond Romance

Billy Christian

Blessed Be

Brahms Bethlehem Lullaby

Brave Apostles Twelve

Carols Those Kids Used To Sing

Carried Away

Carry Me Back

Child Of The Fifties

Christmas Country Style

Christmas Eve

Christmas To Me

Class Of '57

Count On Me

Cowboy Buckaroo


Do You Know You Are My Sunshine

Do You Remember These

Don't Wait On Me


Every Day Will Be Sunday Bye and Bye

Feeling Mighty Fine

Flowers On The Wall

For Momma


Fourth Man

God Saw My Need

Goodnight Sweetheart


Hat And Boots

Have A Little Faith

Hammers And Nails

He Went To The Cross Loving You

He's Got the Whole World in His Hands

His Eye Is On The Sparrow


How Are Things In Clay Kentucky

I Believe In Music

I Believe In Santa's Cause

I Believe I'll Live For Him

I Never Spend A Christmas That I Don't Think Of You

I Never Shall Forget The Day

I Should Have Known You Lord

I Want To Carry Your Sweet Memories

I Was There

I Wish I Could Be

If It Makes Any Difference

If It Only Took A Baby

If We Never Had

I'm The Boy

In The Beginning

In the Sweet By and By

Is That What You'd Have Me Do

It Might Be Jesus

It's A Small Small World

I'll Be Here

I'll Be The One

I'll Even Love You

I'll Go To My Grave Loving You

I'm Dyin' A Little Each Day

I'm Not Quite Through Crying

I've Got Jesus On My Side

Jesus Living Next To Me

Jesus Take Another Look At Me

Just a Little Talk With Jesus

Just In Time

Keep On The Firing Line

King Of Love

King of the Road

Led Out Of Bondage

Less Of Me

Let It Show

Love Lifted Me

Making Memories

Maple Street Memories

Mary's Sweet Smile

Memory Lane

Moments to Remember

Monday Morning Secretary

More Than A Name On the Wall

My Only Love

My Past Is Looking Brighter All The Time 

My Reward

New York City

No One Will Ever Know

No Reservation At The Inn

Oh Baby Mine

Old Toy Trains

On The Jericho Road

One Less Day To Go

One More Summer In Virginia

Over The Sunset Mountains

Pass Me Not O Gentle Savior


Quite A Long Long Time

Rock Of Ages



Second Thoughts


Silver Medals And Sweet Memories

Since Jesus Came Into My Heart

Some Memories Last Forever

Something You Can't Buy

Song Of Solomon

Staunton Virginia 

Streets Of San Francisco

Susan When She Tried

Sweet Charlotte Ann

Sweeter And Sweeter

Thank God I've Got You

Thank You World

The Best I Know How

The King Is Coming

The Kingdom Of Heaven Is At Hand

The Movies

The Official Historian On Shirley Jean Berrell

The Old Country Church

The Other Side Of The Cross

The Strand

There's A Man In Here

Things God Gave Me

Till The Storm Passes By

Too Many Rivers

Too Much on My Heart

Turn Your Radio On

Under It All

We Got Paid By Cash

We Owe It All To Yesterday

We Won't Be Home Until Then

Well Here We Are Again

We'll Soon Be Done With Troubles And Trials

Whatever Happened To Randolph Scott

When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold

When You And I Were Young Maggie

Who Am I To Say

Who Do You Think

Whose Birthday Is Christmas

Wonderful Words Of Life

Would You Recognize Jesus

Years Ago

You Can't Go Home

You Can't Have Your Kate And Edith Too

You Can't Judge A Good Book By It's Cover

You Could Be Coming to Me

You Don't Wear Blue So Well

Your Picture In The Paper

You'll Be Back


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