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I ain't gonna call Hank Williams Junior Junior anymore
Even though I know what all his daddy done before
Hank weighs close to 200 pounds and he
And I ain't gonna call Hank Williams...
[ guitar ]
Hank sang it all right from the heart took the whole world by surprise
Stood right next to Elvis in
his car
She said he sure is humble for a Grand Old Opry Star
Mavis said why don't we hang around
It ain't often that Hank Williams comes to town
She said; "He sure is humble for a Grand Ole Opry Star"
Mavis said: "Why don't we hang around
It ain't often that Hank Williams comes to town"
outside his car
She said; "He sure is humble for a Grand Ole Opry Star."
Mavis said: "Why don't we hang around
It ain't often that Hank Williams comes
stopped by today
At Hank Williams's grave
My hero from the days of my youth
Was that him or me
That I used to be
In the times when I searched for
apart,
Whiskey bent and your cheatin' heart
I'm gonna get drunk and play Hank Williams all night long

Why don't you love me like you used to do
Yeah
music singing star
I've heard Hank Williams many times till I learned his songs by heart
They've my start got me jobs when I was broke and that helped me
feat. Hank Williams, Jr.
I seen a fly slimmy on the avenue
When i was on tour in baton rouge
A mean little missy with a attitude

I played it
the soft southern winds in the live oak trees
And those Williams boys they still mean a lot to me
Hank and Tennessee
I guess we’re all gonna be what we’re
old country songs


Like old Hank Williams when he'd sing about lonesome

And Hag about misery and gin

If the jukebox would play Patsy's 'Crazy'

Then
Headlights on a Texas road
And Hank Williams on the radio
Church wedding, they spent all they had
Now the deal is done to become Mom and Dad
Be Careful Of Stones That You Throw

-Artist: Dion
-peak Billboard position # 31 in 1963
-previously recorded by Hank William, Sr. (as "Luke
and Hank Williams bless his name
Though some are gone they'll live forever in the Country Hall of Fame
Recorded by hank williams, sr.
Words and music by jenkins

[g] a prodigal son once [c] strayed from his [g] father
To travel a land of [a] hunger
Recorded by hank williams, sr.
Words and music by jenkins

[g] a prodigal son once [c] strayed from his [g] father
To travel a land of [a] hunger
Recorded by: hank williams, sr.
Writer: ernest tubb

Capo: [g] st fret/key: g#/play: g
[g] I'm free at last from [c] love and all its' [g] worries
paying my rent every day in the tower of song

I said to Hank Williams, "How lonely does it get?"
Hank Williams hasn't answered yet
But I hear him
Don tell us how it really was when you was workin with daddy.
Well in 1950 I took a little nip
Along with Mr. Williams on the way to Mississipp'
Words and music by Hank Williams, Sr.
If the [D] wife and I are fussin`, brother that`s our right
`Cause me and that sweet woman`s got a license
gonna cast the first stone
Why don't you leave them boys alone, let 'em sing there song

Hank Williams was the king of country soul
My daddy took me
gonna cast the first stone
Why don't you leave them boys alone, let 'em sing there song

Hank Williams was the king of country soul
My daddy took me
Carried by the voice
Inside the jukebox
On my grave

You can hear hank williams
Some george jones
Some beatles songs
Some dylan
Some rolling stones
swing afternoon

I can hear music from somewhere inside
The faint sound of a Hank Williams tune
I just caught the smell of a blackberry pie
On this
flyin' by
I believe I saw the light Hank Williams saw

[Chorus]
Oh the sky is blue 'cause it misses the stars
And my heart understands
To tell you