Songs  of  Hank Williams


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Hank Williams

A Picture From Life's Other Side
A Teardrop on a Rose
At the First Fall of Snow
Be Careful of Stones That You Throw
Cold, Cold Heart
Dear John
First Year Blues
Help Me Understand
Hey, Good-Lookin'
Honky Tonk Blues
I Can't Help It
I Dreamed About Mama Last Night
I'm so Lonesome I Could Cry
I've Been Down that Road Before
Jambalaya (On the Bayou)
Just Waitin'
Lost Highway
Lonesome Whistle
Mansion On The Hill
Seaman's Blues
Settin' the Woods on Fire
Take these Chains from my Heart
The Log Train
When You're Tired of Breaking Other Hearts
Wedding Bells
When the Book of Life is Read
Why Don't You Love Me
Window Shoppin'
Your Cheatin' Heart
The Funeral
The Log Train
They'll Never Take Her Love From Me
Too Many Parties, Too Many Pals



Hank Williams Gospel Songs
30 Pieces of Silver
Beyond the Sunset
House of Gold
I Saw the Light
Thy Burdens Are Greater Than Mine
When God Dips His Love
When the Book of Life Is Read



Half as Much
(Sung by Hank, but written by Curly Williams)
Lovesick Blues *
*
(A huge hit for Hank, but actually written by
Irving Mills & Cliff Friend
)

A Few of Hank Williams' Songs
as Performed by Others...


Your Cheatin' Heart
Frankie Laine
Ray Charles
Teresa Brewer
Joni James
Brenda Lee
Patsy Cline

Jambalaya (On the Bayou)
Doug Kershaw
Brenda Lee
Floyd Cramer
Jo Stafford
Roy Orbison
Jerry Lee Lewis

Take These Chains from My Heart
and Set Me Free
Ray Charles

(In Your Loveless) Mansion on the Hill
Hank Snow
Roy Orbison
Kitty Wells

I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
Charley Pride
B J Thomas
Johnny Cash
Marty Robbins
Willie Nelson
Jerry Lee Lewis

Cold, Cold Heart
Connie Francis
Floyd Cramer
Ray Price
Tony Bennett
Hank Thompson
Norah Jones
Jerry Lee Lewis & Jimmy Ellis

When I joined the army at age 17 in 1949 I knew very little about country music, and I had never heard of Hank Williams, who at the time was the current favorite writer and singer of country songs.

However, when I arrived at Fort Ord, California for Basic Training most of my barracks mates were from the South — and country music was the only kind they listened to. At the time, their favorite song was "Lovesick Blues" sung by Hank Williams.

After hearing the song for 500 times or so, I found myself beginning to like it, and found myself enjoying Hank singing many other songs as well (the vast majority of which he also wrote).

I've been a big fan of Hank Williams ever since.




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