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George Jones and Jesus are two heros of mine.
One is only human but the other one divine.
When I could not find a friend I found out that I had
that old familiar tune

[George Jones]
Tears roll down her cheeks
And happy thoughts run through her head
As he whispers low, "With this ring, I
that old familiar tune

[George Jones]
Tears roll down her cheeks
And happy thoughts run through her head
As he whispers low, "With this ring, I
Jones
The very first time I met her I
Saw her from across the room
And instantly we both became consumed by the thought 
Of she and I being together
Written by Jim Eanes & Wade Perry
(As performed by George Jones & Gene Pitney)

A shoulder to cry on is all you want from me
Someone to share your
Written by Jim Eanes & Wade Perry
(As performed by George Jones & Gene Pitney)

A shoulder to cry on is all you want from me
Someone to share your
on
I wouldn't call it love but it damn sure strong
It ain't about doin' dirt or living like a flirt
But what they don't know don't hurt
Me and Mrs. Jones
Spend the summertime naturally high
By chopping wood, the next one or five
Saving our money for the county fair
George Jones' supposed to be there
We got
the song

No one picks like Bill Monroe and don't George Jones sing great
I can tell that the people care by the people at my gate
Webb Pierce invites
Written by Redd Stewart and Ernest Tubb
(As performed by George Jones) 
When the postman delivered the letter
Well, it filled her old heart full
I love is true
And I'd never take a chance on losing you
Side by side hand in hand we'll never be apart
Just as long as we believe what's in our
Written by George Jones and Darrell Edwards 
In the papers I saw you this morning
You were lovely, dressed in your wedding gown
And it said you
(As performed by George Jones) 
I'm lookin' for that Lonely Street
I've got a sad, sad tale to tell
I need a place to go and weep
Where's this
Since you've been gone 
Belly-up at the bottom of a bottle 
Listening to George Jones 

And just playin' possum 
Laying low 
I've got hundred watts
(George Jones)
« © '63 Glad Music »

Well here I stand on this high ground
Looking out over this great big town
Searching for love that didn't
When I'm gone
On my judgment day
Please put a jukebox upon my grave
Don't want no headstone
No cold tears
Just a jukebox to say
A music man
and cotton on ground so poor that grass won't
Grow
There was one old store in the hollow we all called town
It belonged to a gentle old man named Henry Brown
things
Spend the summer time naturally high
By, chopping wood for next winters fire
Saving our money for the county fair
George Jones is supposed to be
I met her out in Oklahoma down where the old Red River flows
I vowed my love to her forever she was my sweet sweet Rosie Jones
We walked alone down
NO USE TO CRY
(George Jones)
« © '56 Glad Music »

No use to cry don't even try to stop yourself from being lonely
I'm leaving you so you'll be
this shit is gettin' old
Man mind your business watch your mouth
Before I have to knock your loud ass out
No time for talkin' y'all ain't listenin'
this shit is gettin' old
Man mind your business watch your mouth
Before I have to knock your loud ass out
No time for talkin' y'all ain't listenin'
gettin' old
Man mind your business, watch your mouth
Before I have to knock your loud ass out
No time for talkin' y'all ain't listenin'
Them old dirt road
[Tammy Wynette - T.W.]
[George Jones - G.J]

[G.J.]
You always said someday you'd go to live
(In Southern California)
And me I'd stay right
with the Stones
Once He even opened up a three-way package
In Southern California for old George Jones

[Chorus]

The years went by like sweet