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Marty Robbins & Merle Haggard Sing “Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me” (Live Performance)

Watch two of country music legends Marty Robbins and Merle Haggard as they perform together this 1961 number one hit song “Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me.” This song was written and recorded by Marty Robbins. Third single from his compilation album More Greatest Hits and was Marty Robbins’ seventh number one song on the country chart and stayed at number one for ten weeks. Enjoy and feel free to share.

From the album: More Greatest Hits
B-side: “Like All the Other Times”
Released: February 6, 1961
Genre: Country
Length 3:15
Label: Columbia
Songwriter(s): Marty Robbins
Producer(s): Don Law

Don’t Worry About Me Lyrics

Marty Robbins

Don’t worry ’bout me, it’s all over now
Though I may be blue, I’ll manage somehow.
Love can’t be explained, can’t be controlled
One day it’s warm, next day it’s cold.

Don’t pity me, ’cause I’m feeling blue
Don’t be ashamed it might happen to you.
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, love, kiss me
One time then go love, I’ll understand
Don’t worry ’bout me.

Sweet, sweet, sweet, love will I want you to be
As happy as I when you love me
I’ll never forget you your sweet memory it’s all over now

Don’t worry bout me.

When one heart tells one heart, one heart goodbye
One heart is free, one heart will cry
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh sweet, sweet baby, sweet baby, sweet
It’s all right don’t worry ’bout me…

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriter: Marty Robbins
Don’t Worry About Me lyrics © Emi Mills Music Inc., Ted Koehler Music Co., Redwood Music Ltd

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George Strait & Sheryl Crow: “When Did You Stop Loving Me” Live Performance in Concert

Enjoy this beautiful duet of George Strait and Sheryl Crow of the song “When Did You Stop Loving Me.” Performed live in George Strait’s “The Cowboy Rides Away Concert.” This song written by Donny Kees and Monty Holmes and was released in April 1993 as the third and final single from his album Pure Country. It reached both No. 6 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart.

About George Strait

George Strait is the undeniable “King of Country Music.” His music career spans more than 30 years; includes 60 No. 1 singles, more than any other artist in any genre; and boasts 33 platinum or multi-platinum-selling albums, more than any country artist and third across all genres behind only The Beatles and Elvis Presley. Strait is the only act in history to have a Top 10 hit every year for over three decades and has sold more than 70 million albums and earned more than 60 major entertainment industry awards. He was born on May 18, 1952, in Poteet, Texas. He was raised on a family-owned farm in nearby Pearsall, Texas, where he studied agriculture at Southwest Texas State University. He began performing in a band while serving in the U.S. Army. He landed a recording contract in the 1980s with MCA records.

When Did You Stop Loving Me

George Strait

When did you stop loving me?
How long have I been a memory?
I’ve gotta know for my own sanity
Tell me when did you stop loving me?

Was it that night that you stayed out until dawn?
You know that night has haunted me for so long
Or was your love already cold?
Tell me please, I’ve gotta know
Darling, when did you stop loving me?

There was a time when you worshiped where I stood
Heaven knows I’d bring it back if I could
Now I can tell when we make love
It ain’t me you’re thinking of
Tell me when did you stop loving me?

Darling when did you stop loving me?

Source: LyricFind

Songwriters: Donny Kees / Monty Holmes

When Did You Stop Loving Me lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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Don Williams live: “Sing Me Back Home” (Official music Video)

Legendary country artist Don Williams performed this beautiful country music, “Sing Me Back Home” that was popularized by Merle Haggard.

Don was popularly known as “the Gentle Giant” and this nickname was bestowed on him in the early ’70s, when he began a string of countrypolitan hits that ran into the early ’90s. Don Williams‘s ballads were immensely popular in the course of his career and he had a total of 17 number one hits.

About Don William

Don William is revered as one of the finest singers of country music, and popularly known as “The Gentle Giant.” He was born in Floydada, the pumpkin capital of the United States, grew up in Portland, Texas. Don Williams was best known as a popular singer-songwriter. His music career began when he formed the folk band The Pozo Seco Singers in 1964 while living in Corpus Christi. After the group broke up, Williams moved to Nashville where he hit it big with his chart debut, “The Shelter of Your Eyes,” in 1973. The following year, he topped the charts with his followup hit “I Wouldn’t Want To Live If You Didn’t Love Me.”One of Williams’ greatest accomplishments was seeing each one of his singles hit the Top-40 on the Billboard Country charts from 1974 to 1991. In that span, “Tulsa Time,” “She Never Knew Me” and “It Must Be Love” were particular standouts. But Williams’ biggest success was his 1981 smash hit “I Believe In You,” which dominated the Country charts and rocketed all the way up to No. 24 on the Hot 100.

Sing Me Back Home Lyrics

The warden led a prisoner down the hallway to his doom
I stood up to say goodbye like all the rest
And I heard him tell the warden just before he reached my cell
“Let my guitar playing friend do my request

“Let him sing me back home with a song I used to hear
Make my old memories come alive
Take me away and turn back the years
Sing me back home before I die

I recall last Sunday morning a choir from off the streets
Came to sing a few old gospel songs
And I heard him tell the singers, “There’s a song my mama sang
Could I hear it once before you move along?

“Sing me back home, the the song I used to hear
Make my old memories come alive
Take me away and turn back the years
Sing me back home before I die

Won’t you sing me back home, the the song I used to hear
Make my old memories come alive
Take me away and turn back the years
Sing me back home before I die
Sing me back home before I die

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Merle Haggard

TAGS: Don William, Don William Music, Classic Country, Top Country, country classic, Don William Songs

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