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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
that you'll see why

Jimmie Rodgers' railroad lantern and his faithful old guitar
I could hear that old blue yodel coming from somewhere afar
Roy Acuff
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
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
How did a cowboy in rough outs and wranglers end up in New York alone
When does the next plane take off for Dallas sweet Texas I'm coming home
For
Stand By Your Man. That's what I'm talkin' about.

Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Connie Smith, Johnny Paycheck, remember him - Take This Job and Shove It
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
there are two more of your friends I know 
you'll want to see, they're waitin' for you." There they were standin' 
side by side and smilin' at me--Hank
to blue, yodel number one
We love Hank and Lefty
Bob Wills, Ernest Tubb, and Johnny Cash
But if we had to pin point
The start of who we are
Or who we go by
of your friends I know 
you'll want to see, they're waitin' for you." There they were standin' side by side and smilin' at me--
Hank Williams and Johnny
there are two more of your friends I know 
you'll want to see, they're waitin' for you." There they were standin' 
side by side and smilin' at me--Hank
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
song, well, listen to my song
(Tell me if you'd like it play, I'll change it if it's wrong
Listen to my music, George, see if it's alright
If it's not
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
It's a long and lonely highway.
When you're traveling all alone.
I was on my way to nowhere.
But now I'm coming home.
I'm coming home.

I've
It's a lot like coming home

Like a bird out on the harbor
That's been battered by the sea
I've been through some stormy weather
But you shine
It's a long and lonely highway.
When you're traveling all alone.
I was on my way to nowhere.
But now I'm coming home.
I'm coming home.

I've
It's a long and lonely highway.
When you're traveling all alone.
I was on my way to nowhere.
But now I'm coming home.
I'm coming home.

I've
especially when you see it in the hospital
I hope dr feel good can fix me and help me find?

I made a detour quickly I tailed it to the exit door quickly
'Cause I've been here a million times before

Just tell me when it's coming around, coming around
I think I see you coming to town, hunting you down
of God's grace

So I place you in the flower bed, porcelain shower heads
Throughout the house and keep the youngin's mouthes fed
And when I'm gone, I hope it
and that's it;
I'm comin' home to your love.

Hitchhiking on the turnpike all day long.
Nobody seemed to notice, they just pass me on by.
To keep from
're going 
You gotta take a fall, you've got to lose it all 

I've been through love 
(I'm coming home) 
I've been through some pain I know 
(I'm coming home