Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn No. 1 Song “After the Fire Has Gone”

Enjoy this beautiful country duet of iconic country music superstars Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn entitled “After the Fire Has Gone.” This song was written by L. E. White released in January 1971 as the only single from the LP We Only Make Believe. “After the Fire Has Gone” hit number one on the U.S. country chart for Lynn and Twitty as a duo. It spent two weeks at number one and a total of 14 weeks on the chart.

About Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn

Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn are one of the top country music duo in country music history. They had recorded 10 studio albums, seven compilation albums, 13 singles, and two charted B-sides. While signed to Decca and MCA as solo artists, Twitty and Lynn charted 12 duet singles in the top ten of the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart, including five number one hits.

After The Fire Has Gone Lyrics

Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty

Love is where you find it
When you find no love at home
And there’s nothin’ cold as ashes
After the fire is goneThe bottle is almost empty
The clock just now struck ten
Darlin’ I had to call you
To our favorite place again

We know it’s wrong for us to meet
But the fire’s gone out at home
And there’s nothin’ cold as ashes
After the fire is gone

Love is where you find it
When you find no love at home
And there’s nothin’ cold as ashes
After the fire is gone

Your lips are warm and tender
Your arms hold me just right
Sweet words of love you remember
That the one at home forgot

Each time we say is the last time
But we keep hangin’ on
And there’s nothin’ cold as ashes
After the fire is gone

Love is where you find it
When you find no love at home
And there’s nothin’ cold as ashes
After the fire is gone

Source: LyricFind

Songwriters: L White / L E White

After The Fire Is Gone lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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Tags: Conway Twitty, Loretta Lynn, Classic Country Music, Classic Song, Oldies Country music

Merle Haggard Classic – “My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again” (Live Performance)

This is a beautiful version of Merle Haggard of the classic song “My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again.” This song written by Wiley Walker and Gene Sullivan in 1940 and they first recorded it in 1941. Elvis Presley also sang this song in front of an audience estimated at 50 million viewers, as part of his third and last appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. Enjoy and please feel free to share! Thank you.

About Merle Haggard

Merle Haggard is an icon of country music. His full name is Merle Ronald Haggard. Born April 6, 1937 at Oildale, California, United States. He is an American singer, guitarist, and songwriter, one of the most popular country music performers of the late 20th century. Merle got nearly 40 number one country hits songs between the late 1960s and the mid-1980s. Merle Haggard won numerous awards from the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music. In 1984 he captured a Grammy Award for best country vocal performance for “That’s the Way Love Goes.” He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame (1994) and the Songwriters Hall of Fame (2007). In 2010 Haggard was named a Kennedy Center honoree. He died April 6, 2016, near Redding, California. His legacy of music lives on!

When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again

Merle Haggard

When my blue moon turns to gold again
Wh en the rainbow turns the clouds away
When my blue moon turns to gold again
You’ll be back in my arms to stay

Memories that linger in my heart
Memories that make my heart grow cold
But someday they’ll live again, sweetheart
And my blue moon again will turn to gold

The lips that used to thrill me so
Your kisses were meant for only me
In my dreams they live again, sweetheart
But my blue moon is just a memory

The castles we used to build together
Were the sweetest stories ever told
Maybe we will live them all again
And my blue moon again will turn to gold

Source: LyricFind

Songwriters: Gene Sullivan / Wiley Walker

When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again lyrics © Peermusic Publishing

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Tags: Merle Haggard SONGS, Merle Haggard, Country music, classic country music

Merle Haggard – “The Farmer’s Daughter” [Live from Austin, Texas, USA]

Sharing this classic song of Merle Haggard entitled “The Farmer’s Daughter.” This song is included in one of his top albums entitled “Hag.” Hag was Merle Haggard’s first album with a majority of original songs. Enjoy this live performance from a true country music Artist!

About Merle Haggard

Merle Haggard is an icon of country music. His full name is Merle Ronald Haggard. Born April 6, 1937 at Oildale, California, United States. He is an American singer, guitarist, and songwriter, one of the most popular country music performers of the late 20th century. Merle got nearly 40 number one country hits songs between the late 1960s and the mid-1980s. Merle Haggard won numerous awards from the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music. In 1984 he captured a Grammy Award for best country vocal performance for “That’s the Way Love Goes.” He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame (1994) and the Songwriters Hall of Fame (2007). In 2010 Haggard was named a Kennedy Center honoree. He died April 6, 2016, near Redding, California. His legacy of music lives on!

The Farmer’s Daughter Lyrics

Merle Haggard

Tonight there’ll be candlelight and roses
In this little country chapel that’s almost falling down
There’ll be tears in this old farmer’s eyes this evening
When I give my one possession to that city boy from town

His hair is a little longer than we’re use to
But, I guess I should find something good to say
About this man who’s won the farmer’s daughter
And will soon become my son-in-law today

Mama left eight years ago December
And it was hard to be a Dad and Mama too
But, somehow we made home of this old farmhouse
And love was all my baby ever knew

He could be the richest man in seven counties
And not be good enough to take her hand
But, he says he really loves the farmer’s daughter
And I know the farmer’s daughter loves the man

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: M Haggard

Tags: Merle Haggard SONGS, Merle Haggard, Country music, classic country music