want to know the artist - wife in accident and died, angels way of saying Good bye
(Waycross ,Ga. USA)
who sang the song with the lyrics....It was an angels way , of saying Good bye? I'm guessing 60's-70's It was a male artist, his wife went to run errands,? was in accident and died.Police came to tell him.
I'm attempting to track down a western song about a man, either a priest or reverend, who had a past of gunfighting, and is attempting to teach forgiveness to a town.
I know this is fairly vague, but I am attempting to find this song for my father and these are all the details he remembers. If you have any ideas over what the title or artist might be, or even just some potential locations to look for old songs, it would be greatly appreciated.
Someone sang a 'revised' version of Green Green Grass of home, very funny, some time in the '60's maybe '70's. Could be Flats & Scrubbs but really don't remember who it was. But it was so funny that I remember some of it even today. I would love to have a copy of this. Does anyone remember this? Thanks to anyone who can help with this.
Older Country Song - part spoken word (Honey come back?)
I heard this song today on a classic country station: male singer starts by talking to his ex about "come back home" - then sings a verse, then more spoken words. The story seemed to be that his lover had left and was with some one else - but he was still asking her to "come back home."
The song is about 10 years old. The singer was a one hit wonder in country music. All I can remember is in the music video he is driving around in a pick-up truck and going to a funeral. Anybody know what it is?
A few days ago, I heard a song that I think begins with the words "Every time I look out my window, it's always raining" or "Every time I look out my window, all I see is rain." Does anybody know what this song is?
I dont know the name or artist but in the song hes talking about ... you cant leave me and didnt i take your sister out driving all night and dont i let you rub my feet..weird i know but would love to know that song.
When I was a boy I remember this song which talked about a rooster (big Red might have been his name) needed to protect his barn yarn hens. It was probably back in the 1960s because I am 55 now. I have search and search but don't really remember the lyrics. It was by a pretty famous country singer but this song as I remember was a little out of place for his type of music. I have a farm now and the rooster remind me so much of that song. But I don't remember the words. Thanks Scott
I am guessing around 1960 we had a country album with a song on it about a baby on the doorstep. "Just a tiny little bundle--a bundle of joy. That tiny little baby, a bouncing baby boy. The baby on the doorstep...that someone left that day. Would love to find it.....
Song about wife's death, video starts with artist loading seed or feed in his truck
Male country artist had a video out many years ago. Started with him at a CO-OP loading seed or feed in his truck. At some time in the video is in a cemetery at his wife's grave. Thought it was Sammy Kershaw. what is this song and artist's name?
There was a song a few years ago about a kid that killed himself, I don't remember the singer, or even the melody, but I think one of the lines is "In size six font on page eight.." Could you tell me the name of the song and who sang it?