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Pearl and Rod Brasfield and Lazy Jim Day 
Turn on all your radios I know that you will wait 
Hear Little Jimmy Dickens sing "Take An Old Cold Tater
the tourists in and Ray keeps them away
Let there be country and let the country play
Let there be country

Ernest Tubb's got all of the soul he's had for
Ernest Tubb or George D Hay Wes Rose and here's to Hank
I used to sit around at night with my old beat up guitar
And I'd wonder how it felt to be a country
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
about
Plow that field, plant that seed
Rock on brother, let your roots run deep
Show 'em what you've got, make them all believers
For God sake boy,
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
name was branded in 
pure gold. I began to read some of them as I turned the pages: Red Foley, 
Ernest Tubb, Gene Autry, Roy Acuff, Eddy Arnold,
pure gold. I began to read some of them as I turned the pages: Red Foley, Ernest Tubb, Gene Autry, 
Roy Acuff, Eddy Arnold, Tennessee Ernie, Jimmy Dean,
name was branded in 
pure gold. I began to read some of them as I turned the pages: Red Foley, 
Ernest Tubb, Gene Autry, Roy Acuff, Eddy Arnold,
old Tennessee credit for music
As they play it in that old Hillbilly way

Mister Red Foley came from Kentucky
Now, Ernest Tubb down in Texas, don't
Cowboy Copas Hankshaw Hawkins Gentleman Jim and Patsy Cline
Rod Bradsfield Ira Louvin these stars will always shine
Ernest Tubb and great Red Foley
old Tennessee credit for music
As they play it in that old Hillbilly way

Mister Red Foley came from Kentucky
Now, Ernest Tubb down in Texas, don't
old Tennessee credit for music
As they play it in that old Hillbilly way

Mister Red Foley came from Kentucky
Now, Ernest Tubb down in Texas, don't
Skynyrd
From my Daddy and Ernest Tubb too
I do country rock, I do blues

Now, I'm looking for a lover
And I'm going to have some fun
Oh my name is
Skynyrd
From my Daddy and Ernest Tubb too
I do country rock, I do blues

Now, I'm looking for a lover
And I'm going to have some fun
Oh my name is
Tubb was singin' loud
I said that's the man for me, I love him there's no doubt
I'm leavin' you and a-goin' now to find out where he's at
And if I
from Lynyrd Skynyrd, from my Daddy and Ernest Tubb too. 
I do country-rock. I do blues. 
Now I'm looking for a lover and I'm going to have some fun.
Roy Orbison can sing just as high as anybody here
And Ernest Tubb can sing as low
And Patsy Cline well bet she's the best singin' angel here
what you've had in mind, I'll write you one tonight)

Well, I wrote a little song a few months ago
My friends all said that thing oughta go
So I
my brothers
And you given me
A certain job that I must do
Won't be long until that day of celebration
Sing my song
A song of joy when I'm with you
my brothers
And you given me
A certain job that I must do
Won't be long until that day of celebration
Sing my song
A song of joy when I'm with you
for a soul brother all around me)

The eyes of the people who passed him by
Were cold and as hard as stone
The poor boy whimpered and began to cry
for a soul brother all around me)

The eyes of the people who passed him by
Were cold and as hard as stone
The poor boy whimpered and began to cry
music and lyrics by Corb Lund


I have sinned so gravely Brother Brigham, Brother Young

I have sinned so gravely Brother Young

That only you can
for a soul brother all around me)

The eyes of the people who passed him by
Were cold and as hard as stone
The poor boy whimpered and began to cry