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the Drifter") in 1952
-later recorded by Hank Williams, Jr. and charted at # 37 in 1969
-Words and Music by Bonnie Dodd


(So be careful of stones that you
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
I just came in here to have some whiskey and beer
And to say howdy to you all
You all know me, this is Hank Williams, Jr. you see
Hat and shade
I just came in here to have some whiskey and beer
And to say howdy to you all
You all know me, this is Hank Williams, Jr. you see
Hat and shade
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
Come on, yeah
I like to play Hank Williams Jr. records just as loud as they will rock
I'm into Lynyrd Skynyrd, Run-D.M.C., and that American pimp
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
I like to play Hank Williams Jr. records just as loud as they will go
I'm into Lynyrd Skynyrd
The Allman Brothers and David Allan Coe
I like
I'M GONNA SING
Writer Hank Williams

CHORUS
When I get to Glory, I'm gonna sing, sing, sing
I'm gonna let the hallelujahs ring
I'm gonna praise my
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
Come on, yeah
I like to play Hank Williams Jr. records just as loud as they will rock
I'm into Lynyrd Skynyrd, Run-D.M.C., and that American pimp
And Dottie West is probably the prettiest
There's the old pea-picker Ernie Ford
Jimmy Rodgers George Morgan Hank Williams 
And the wandering boy Web Pierce
know what I mean
We sat there for a minute listening to the crickets
Thinkin' this is pretty hard to beat
Til Jr stood up spit in the fire
Said boys
I just came in here to have some whiskey and beer and to say howdy to you all. 
Now you all know me, this is Hank Williams, Jr. you see. Hat
know what I mean
We sat there for a minute listening to the crickets
Thinkin' this is pretty hard to beat
Till Jr. stood up spit in the fire
Said
a long way from here
And you'll be crying in your beer
Like an old Hank Williams song
So goodbye, farewell, so long, I'm gone

I'm tired of your white
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
And I'm usually in the bed by nine

But I still like a cold beer and a long dirt road
And listenin' to some Keith Whitley on the radio
Don't mean I
Cash
How about old Jimmy Buffet bring him in there when that's sun shining,
George Strait an old friend
Can’t forget Hank Jr and all his rowdy friends
Wills - Cherokee Maiden; Buck Owens - Tiger By The Tail; Hank Williams - goes without sayin'. Now that's what I'm dob

Yes sir, that's what I'm talking
Donna summer
Do you happen to know any old hank Williams songs

'Cause you see I'm a dinosaur
I should've died a long time before
Have pity
I'M GONNA SING
Writer Hank Williams

CHORUS
When I get to Glory, I'm gonna sing, sing, sing
I'm gonna let the hallelujahs [ring
I'm gonna praise my
My heart's as heavy as an anvil.
My tears are puddled in my eyes
And time seems to be at a standstill.
I've really got the lonesomes tonight.
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