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Waylon Jennings lyrics are intended for your personal use only. Use these classic country lyrics with chords to help you learn to play and sing this great music every chance you get, keep it alive. Waylon Jennings was born and raised in a small town in Texas learning to play the guitar by the time he was eight. He formed his first band at the age of twelve and spent a lot of time at the local radio station. He spent much of his youth in the cotton fields and eventually moved to Lubbock and got a job at a radio station and there he met and became a close friend of Buddy Holly his mentor. He eventually produced Waylon's first single and let him play bass in his band.

With the untimely death of Buddy Holly in a plane crash it took several years for Waylon to gain his momentum. Eventually he landed a recording contract with RCA with the help of Bobby Bare and moved to Nashville becoming one of the most significant country forces of the 70's. He enjoyed much success throughout his career and left us with many great songs.

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Waylon Jennings Lyrics

A Long Time Ago

A Lot Of Good

Ain't Living Long Like This



American By Birth

Angel Eyes

Anita You're Dreaming

Another Man's Fool

Are You Ready For The Country

Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way

Baby Don't Be Looking In My Mind

Be Mine

Beautiful Anabel Lee

Black Rose

Bob Wills Is Still The King

Born To Love You

Breaking Down

Broken Promise Land

Brown Eyed Handsome Man

But That's All Right

Can't You See

Change My Mind


Cindy Of New Orleans

Cindy Oh Cindy

Couple More Years

Come Stay With Me

Come With Me

Deep In The West

Destiny's Child

Doesn't Anybody Know My Name

Down Came The World

Dreaming My Dreams With You

Drinking And Dreaming

Fallin' Out

For The Kids

Freedom To Stay

Good Hearted Woman

Good Morning John

Good Ol' Boys

Green River I've Come Back To You

He Went To Paris

Heart Of Texas

High Time You Quit Your Lowdown Ways

Honky Tonk Heroes

How Long Have You Been There

How Much Rain Can One Man Stand

I Can Get Off On You

I Can't Keep My Hands Off Of You

I Do Believe

I Don't Mind

I Fall In Love So Easily

I Got You

I May Be Used (But Baby I Ain't Used Up)

I Tremble For You

I Wish I Was Crazy Again

If Ole Hank Could Only See Us Now

If The Shoe Fits

If You Can Touch Her At All

If You Really Want Me To I'll Go

If You See Her

I'll Go Back To Her

I'm A Long Way From Home

I'm A Man Of Constant Sorrow

I'm Doing This For You

It's Sure Been Fun

I've Always Been Crazy

I've Been A Long Time Leaving

I've Been Needing Someone Like You

I've Got My Faults

Just For You

Just To Satisfy You

Kentucky Woman

Ladies Love Outlaws

Laid Back Country Picker

Last Cowboy Song

Leavin' Town

Let Me Stay Awhile

Let Me Tell You My Mind

Let's All Help The Cowboys Sing The Blues

Lonesome On'ry And Mean

Looking At A Heart That Needs A Home

Love Is On The Way

Love Of The Common People

Luckenbach Texas

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