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Holiday Magic with Andy Williams & the Williams Brothers (Andy Williams) · When I Said I Would [DMD Single] (Whitney Duncan) · She Said, I Said (Time We Let Go) [Digital Single] (NLT) · He Said, She Said (Social Code) · She Said, I Said (Time We Let Go) [CD Single] (NLT) · He Said She Said (Ashley Tisdale) · He Said, She Said (Social Code) · He Said She Said [Import] (Ashley Tisdale) · The Blues You Would Just Hate to Lose, Vol. 2 (John Bergeron) · Hank Williams Jr. Sings Hank Williams Sr. [Bonus Track] (Hank Williams, Jr.) – and 90 other albums »
When my friend William was five years old He wanted a doll, to hug and hold "A doll," said William, "is what I need To wash and clean, and dress
settle down and steal each other's songs I found a wounded brother Drinkin' bitterly away the afternoon And soon enough he turned on me Like he
most men were awake Sweet William said he was troubled in his head From a dream he had last night He called his weary waiting maids By one, by
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
I ain't gonna call Hank Williams Jr Jr anymore Even though I know what all his daddy done before Hank weighs close to two hundred pounds and he
(Just let me go, ah ah I'm going to care) Why don't you be a Jones like your Sister and your brother Noel When are you gonna be a Jones your just like
is Sweet William now Aw, play it boys Aw, yeah! Who! I likes that, yeah ("Yeah," say I) Ah, why-well, Big Bad Bill don't fight anymore (No, he
As we rode out to Fennario, as we rode on to Fennario Our captain fell in love with a lady like a dove And called her by a name, pretty Peggy-O.
time I saw William, he was a man on the run He said It's better to fly than to hold on to shaky ground It's better to let the feelings die, when
let those two walk by" They would lay their arms down for her They would forgive his brother's crime Just for one moment they would Let them pass
Bill the Kid, had just rode into town And if he could take him, he would be the fastest gun around He was just a kid of seventeen but he had a lightin'
A postcard of Byron by the bed It's a reminder of every word that he said To die in the arms of a twenty year old A figure of porcelain with moves
Champagne, walk out again Come back and borrow the ink I live most expensive Like Tom Lipton I'm in the swim He's got so much 'oof', he sleeps on the roof
bight and strong They carried William Deacon's body down from old Green Mountain yesterday He was crashed by a rollin' grabble truck when he stepped out
And gettin' neutered by the vet He got his paws caught in a net Then he said to be or not to meeeow! William Shakespeare's in my cat He rarely ever talks He
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
it He said, "Who snitched?" CHORUS Yo, how did he go out? He went out like a bitch! So ladies We ain't just talkin' bout you Cause some of you niggas
the lonesome wind Calls out just like it knows me And on a night like this When I don't know where to go, he shows me the way He knows me, my brother wind
end Tomorrow comes another hundred thousand times Practicing perfect dying But he can't be saved, he likes the pain too much to be denied And I
And he said dear brother I'm in a bind. But the brother would not hear his tale, He said Old Daniel's gonna land in jail. So to his father Daniel did
brother Walking sideways through the door Was the same at school He played the fool Or took a back seat While Simon ruled He played by himself
can this be?" "What's the strange thing here I see?" "From where come leaves like these?" Sequoia turned to his father's eyes And he said, "Father
the neighborhood bully. What's anybody indebted to him for? Nothing, they say. He just likes to cause war Pride and prejudice and superstition indeed They wait
He was standin' by the highway With a sign that just said "mother" When he heard a driver comin' 'bout a half a mile away Then he held the sign up
Well, it looked like everybody felt just about as bad as I did Everybody started drift off to home Me and my brother did too Then a few weeks later, I