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Hank Williams - Old Shep

Don Williams I Believe in You

"I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry." Hank Williams, playing a Martin D-28.

It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels - Kitty Wells & Hank Thompson. I remember my mom singing this song when I was around 5-6 yrs old or maybe even younger than that. I always remembered it.

Hank Snow | I've Been everywhere(man) - YouTube

Hank Snow - Ghost Trains

Hank Snow - Now & Then There's a Fool Such as I

Hank Snow - Mansion On The Hill

Hank Snow, a classic country voice.

Hank Snow / The Last Ride

Hank Snow ~ Tammy

Hank Williams

Hank Snow - Movin' On 1967

Hank Snow~The Wreck Of The Old 97

Wabash Cannonball Hank Snow with Lyrics - YouTube

Hobo Bill's Last Ride - Hank Snow

Hank Snow - 90 Miles an Hour

Hank Snow - Lonesome Whistle (1972)

Chuck Berry - My Ding-A-Ling (1972) Oh, I can remember when I was a kid thinking this song was hilarious... and so "bad". LOL

Hank Williams Sr.

'D.i.v.o.r.c.e.,' Tammy Wynette. The grand pooh-bah of spelling songs, this tear-in-the-beer country classic by a five-time divorcée -- and 'Stand by Your Man' singer -- from 1968 features "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" and five other spelled words ("T-O-Y," "S-U-R-P-R-I-S-E," "J-O-E," "C-U-S-T-O-D-Y" and "H-E-double-L"). The narrator has to spell the troublesome words so her 4-year-old son doesn't catch on, which might just be an argument for reduced education spending.