Kirk Collection

Country Music Index
Part 2: 1950-1951

Kirk Country Music Table of Contents Page

This portion of the index provides records to 310 titles published from 1950 through 1951. This collection is based on a collection of 2,061 songs published by the Acuff-Rose and Milene Music Publishing Companies from 1941 to 1972. The group consists mostly of two-page, 23-cm, ASCAP or BMI promotional song sheets. When an entry lacks a first line, the title and first line are the same.

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Title: The Alabama waltz.
First Line:
Chorus: I was sad and blue, I was downhearted too
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Bashful rascal.
First Line: When I'm craving lovin' time and for a kiss or two
Chorus: Bashful rascal you're the one man of my dreams
Music by:
Words by: Carter, June and Pauline Hargrove.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Because you love me.
First Line:
Chorus: Because you love me, I know you'll be true
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Big dipper.
First Line: Ev'ry Sunday nite about eleven thirty I try to make to my gal
Chorus: Big dipper dip the water
Music by:
Words by: Wallace, Wally.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: The billy goat boogie.
First Line:
Chorus: The billy goat said to the billy goat king Come along with me and we'll swing to the billy goat boogie
Music by:
Words by: Kinsey, Curley.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: The blues won't ever leave me.
First Line:
Chorus: The blues won't ever leave me Ever since we said our last goodbye
Music by:
Words by: Jenkins, Si.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Boo hoo blues.
First Line: I'm feelin' sad, I'm lookin' bad
Chorus: Oh, oh, oh, how much I suffered
Music by:
Words by: Cotton, Carolina.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Bumble bee.
First Line:
Chorus: Baby, beeby, bybee, boby, bumble bee Would ya, could ya ever take ashine to me
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Change partners.
First Line: We two have been sweethearts and we planned to wed
Chorus: Don't you think it's time we faced the facts, we both love someone new
Music by:
Words by: McEnery, Red River Dave.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Chattanoogie shoe shine boy.
First Line:
Chorus: Have you ever passed the corner of Fourth and Grand where a littleball of rhythm has a shoe shine stand
Music by:
Words by: Stone, Harry and Jack Stapp.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Christmas alone.
First Line:
Chorus: Ev'rywhere I hear all kinds of Christmas cheer
Music by:
Words by: Bailes, Johhie and Al Courtney.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Clomp, click, click.
First Line: He is six feet tall, she's only five foot three
Chorus: His go clomp clomp Hers go click click click
Music by:
Words by: Nash, William S.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Cold feet.
First Line: My old lady's gettin' older and her love is growin' colder
Chorus: Get them cold feet on the other side
Music by:
Words by: Blackmon, Thelma, Woody Blackmon and Jimmy Dickens.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Cold steel blues.
First Line: I'm shining up my pistol 'cause I'm mad as I can be
Chorus: I've got the cold steel blues
Music by:
Words by: Rasmussen, Rusty.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Confusin.'
First Line:
Chorus: I don't know high from low Don't know yes from no
Music by:
Words by: Innis, Louis.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: The day they laid Mary away.
First Line:
Chorus: The chill of December still makes me remember The day they laid Maryaway
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Dear mister Santa Claus.
First Line:
Chorus: Dear mister Santa Claus, I'm writing you today
Music by:
Words by: Taylor, Connie.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Did I forget to tell you.
First Line:
Chorus: Did I forget to tell you that I love you
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Don't do anything today.
First Line: Have you ever gone to bed and had your conscience bother you
Chorus: Don't do anything today that you'll be sorrow for tomorrow
Music by:
Words by: Ott, Vi and Terry Shand.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: E-a-s-t-e-r.
First Line: Years may come and seasons pass like many hazy dreams
Chorus: E is for the early dawn when Christ arose that day
Music by:
Words by: Rodgers, Cliff.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Everything's okay.
First Line:
Chorus: I went to the country just the other day To see my uncle Bill
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Ev'ry time you turn me down.
First Line:
Chorus: I'll keep right on turnin' up ev'ry time you turn me down
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred and Billy House.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Fatal letter.
First Line:
Chorus: My lonely heart was gladdened when I heard the postman's ring
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Feelin' sorry.
First Line:
Chorus: Feelin' sorry won't mend a broken heart
Music by:
Words by: Stutz, Carl and Ellwood Stutz.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Fiddlin' boogie.
First Line:
Chorus: Well, I know an old man about seventy eight
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Curley.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Fir crying out loud.
First Line: I was never one to cry much, I never could stand tears
Chorus: Oh for cyring out loud you've got me crying for you
Music by:
Words by: Porter, Frank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Forever isn't long enough to love you.
First Line:
Chorus: Forever isn't long enough to love you
Music by:
Words by: Schrop, Doris.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Fourflusher.
First Line:
Chorus: Did you ever see that dressed up guy that struts around with a grin
Music by:
Words by: Clements, Zeke.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: From the manger to the cross.
First Line: The story's in the Bible, it's a message sad but true
Chorus: From the manger to the cross, rugged cross of Calvary
Music by:
Words by: McLeod, Odell.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Gee, but it's lonesome out tonight.
First Line:
Chorus: Gone are the stars I used to see in your eyes
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Gonna shake hands with mother over there.
First Line: I'm gettin' ready for a journey, soon I'll leave this world ofcare
Chorus: I'm gonna shake hands with mother when I reach that land so fair
Music by:
Words by: Louvin, Ira, Eddie Hill and Chas Louvin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Got a little light.
First Line: I'm gettin' tired of trav'lin' in this land
Chorus: Got a little light and I'm gonna let it shine
Music by:
Words by: Carson, James.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Gotta find me somebody to love.
First Line:
Chorus: Look at them stars ablinkin' Look at that mellow moon
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Great American eagle.
First Line: In this land of wealth and plenty there is one thing that I know
Chorus: It's that great American eagle that always flies from shore to shore
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Grits and gravy blues.
First Line:
Chorus: Saturday night down at the store Boss man told me can't charge no more
Music by:
Words by: Scrivner, Raymond F.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: The heartbreak express.
First Line: There's a train of sorrow hauling broken hearts like mine
Chorus: I always knew someday I'd wind up ridin' on this line
Music by:
Words by: Krise, George E. (Speed).
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Help me understand.
First Line: A little girl prayed at the close of the day
Chorus: My mommy says daddy has brought us shame
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Hills of tommorow.
First Line: I'll tell you a story, an old fashioned story
Chorus: In the hills of tomorrow, free from all sorrow
Music by:
Words by: Smith, Beasley, Owen Bradley and Eddy Arnold.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Honey, do you love me, huh?
First Line: Honey, won't you hold me tight
Chorus: Honey, do you love me huh?
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank and Curley Williams.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: A house of gold.
First Line:
Chorus: People steal they cheat and lie for wealth and what it will buy
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: How can you refuse him now.
First Line: There's a story old that has often been told
Chorus: How can you refuse him now
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I can't tell my heart that.
First Line: Oh my foolish heart, why don't you believe
Chorus: I can't tell my heart that you are no good
Music by:
Words by: Anglin, Jack and Jim Anglin and Johnnie Wright.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I couldn't do a thing without you.
First Line:
Chorus: If I searched the wide world over I'd never find a heart as true
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I just said goodbye to my dreams.
First Line:
Chorus: I gambled with love and I lost
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Fred Rose Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I know you'll never change.
First Line:
Chorus: I know you'll never change, dear You'll always be the same
Music by:
Words by: Willis, Vic.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I like that kind.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm just as happy as I can be I found somebody just meant for me
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Audrey.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I miss that gal.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm as blue as the sky up above me
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I never let you cross my mind.
First Line:
Chorus: I never let you cross my mind unless I want you to
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I was bitten by the same bug twice.
First Line: In the short span of your life you're supposed to find a wife
Chorus: I was bitten by the same bug twice
Music by:
Words by: Carter, Helen.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: If tears would bring you back.
First Line:
Chorus: If tears would bring you back into my arms, dear
Music by:
Words by: Anglin, Jack, Johnnie Wright and Jim Anglin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: If there was no you.
First Line:
Chorus: If there was no you what would I do
Music by:
Words by: Skinner, Jimmie.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'll just pretend.
First Line: You spurned the love I gave you darling
Chorus: I'll just pretend that I don't love you
Music by:
Words by: Martin, Jessie Mae.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'll nevermore be shackled in a fool's paradise.
First Line:
Chorus: I was the one who used to plan on neighbors throwing rice
Music by:
Words by: Bryant, Boudleaux and Cowboy Copas.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'm a lone wolf.
First Line: Baby, I'm goin' out tonight and I want your company
Chorus: I'm a lone wolf (howl) and this is my night to howl
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'm gettin' nowhere fast.
First Line:
Chorus: I try to tell you I adore you, but all I seem to do is bore you
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'm little but I'm loud.
First Line: A lotsa folks have told me I got pulled 'fore I got ripe
Chorus: I'm little but I'm loud, I'm poor but I'm proud
Music by:
Words by: Bryant, Boudleaux and Jimmy Dickens.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'm not alone.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm not alone, I'm just lonesome
Music by:
Words by: Skeets, Yaney and Moon Mullins.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'm a regular daddy now.
First Line:
Chorus: Now I'm a regular daddy, just regular as can be
Music by:
Words by: Skinner, Jimmie.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: It wouldn't be the same without you.
First Line:
Chorus: I could wander the byways that we wandered through
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred and Jimmy Wakely.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: It's all right now.
First Line: Years I spent in darkness Living there in sin
Chorus: It's all right now Let Jesus be our vow
Music by:
Words by: Acuff, Juanita.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: It's bargain day.
First Line:
Chorus: It's bargain day in broken hearts Broken hearts so blue
Music by:
Words by: Skinner, Jimmie.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: It's lonesome out tonight.
First Line:
Chorus: The world has turned and I have learned, without you things aren'tright
Music by:
Words by: Martin, Dude.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: It's my world.
First Line:
Chorus: Just remember that it's my world you're living in today
Music by:
Words by: Skinner, Jimmie.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Jesus died for me.
First Line: When ev'rything goes wrong and it seems all hope is gone
Chorus: Jesus died for me lang ago
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Johnny's got a sweetheart.
First Line:
Chorus: Johnny's got a sweetheart, johnny's got a girl
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: King of kings.
First Line:
Chorus: I stood upon a lonely mountain side
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Last go 'round.
First Line: Now friends, come listen to my story
Chorus: I've hung up my spurs and saddle And laid my pistol down
Music by:
Words by: Frank, J. L. and Peewee King.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: A little bit blue.
First Line:
Chorus: Each night I miss you and when I do I'm a little bit lonsome
Music by:
Words by: Taylor, Connie.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Lonesome.
First Line:
Chorus: Lonesome can't drive the blues away
Music by:
Words by: Wright, Johnnie, Jack Anglin and Jim Anglin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Long gone lonesome blues.
First Line: I went down to the river to watch the fish swim by
Chorus: She's long gone and now I'm lonesome blues
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Lost and found blues.
First Line:
Chorus: Lost your love, found the blues Lost or found, I still lose
Music by:
Words by: Britt, Elton and Jim Hand.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Lula Lee.
First Line: Way down South along the Tennessee way There's a mama called LulaLee
Chorus: She's fickle as the wind that blows ev'rybody 'round Memphis knows
Music by:
Words by: Skinner, Jimmie.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: The man at the table asleep.
First Line: Today as I passed the corner What I saw made my heart weep
Chorus: Please wake up my daddy He must have been counting sheep
Music by:
Words by: McLeod, Odell.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Me,too.
First Line:
Chorus: You write and say you're broken hearted me, too
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: The midnight waltz.
First Line:
Chorus: This is the midnight waltz Let's dance around 'til the music halts
Music by:
Words by: Nelson, Ed, Jr.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Mississippi.
First Line:
Chorus: By the M, i, crooked letter, crooked letter, i
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Curley and Billy Simmons.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Mister big.
First Line:
Chorus: Mister big don't look so pleased with yourself
Music by:
Words by: Bryant, Boudleaux and Hugh Cherry.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Moanin' the blues.
First Line:
Chorus: When my baby moved out and the blues moved in there wasn't nothin' Icould do
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Morning after blues.
First Line:
Chorus: Came in last night from doin' the town
Music by:
Words by: Morrison, Sam and Harry Nides.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Muddy water blues.
First Line:
Chorus: I've got a lonesome feeling I never had before
Music by:
Words by: Skinner, Jimmie.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Music in my heart.
First Line:
Chorus: There's music in my heart
Music by:
Words by: Carter, Helen.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: My daddy.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm thinking tonight of a friend that I love
Music by:
Words by: Colvin, Walter.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: My home is the dust of the road.
First Line: Now look here, moon, look here, stars, Don't you follow me
Chorus: I wander alone thru the night I'm afraid of My home is the dust of theroad
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: My hula baby.
First Line:
Chorus: I met her on the beach at Waikiki She looked so heavenly
Music by:
Words by: Copas, Cowboy.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: My tight wad daddy.
First Line:
Chorus: I got a long, tall daddy but he knows nothin' 'bout love
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Audrey.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Never to be forgotten.
First Line:
Chorus: Never to be forgotten were the moments of the past
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred and Sam Martin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: No, no, Joe.
First Line:
Chorus: Now, look here Joe, quit actin' smart
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: No thanks.
First Line: You promise me the same romance we shared in days of yore
Chorus: You offer ma a love that I'll regret
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Nobody's lonsome for me.
First Line:
Chorus: Everybody's lonesome for somebody else
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Our Lady of Fatima.
First Line: Ave Maria The heavens were opened our Lady appeared at Fatima oneday
Chorus: Dear Lady of Fatima we come on bended knee
Music by:
Words by: Gollahon, Gladys.
P/P/D: New York, NY : Robbins Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Pizen Pete.
First Line: My grandpap came from Texas in a town called Cyclone Gap
Chorus: Pizen Pete was his name, all the bad men he could tame
Music by:
Words by: Haynes, Homer, Jethro Burns and Ray Whittley.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: The postman just passes me by.
First Line: You promised to write me when you went away
Chorus: No Letter, no letter is all that I hear
Music by:
Words by: Compton, Hal and Cowboy Copas.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Prairie.
First Line:
Chorus: I've been on the prairie since I was a little boy
Music by:
Words by: McEnery, Red River Dave.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Rockin' chair blues.
First Line:
Chorus: Mammy down in Alabamy rockin' away
Music by:
Words by: Tayler, Connie.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Runnin' round.
First Line:
Chorus: You always meet me like you should and kiss me tenderly
Music by:
Words by: Hall, Jim.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Shy baby.
First Line:
Chorus: Shy baby, you're my blue eyed shy baby
Music by:
Words by: Buskirk, Harold.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: A smile on my lips and an ache in my heart.
First Line:
Chorus: I watched as another made you hiw own
Music by:
Words by: Anglin, Jack and Jim Anglin and Johnnie Wright.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Some fine morning.
First Line:
Chorus: I'd like to wake up some fine morning
Music by:
Words by: Seibert, Josef V.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Story of the Smoky Mountains.
First Line: So you think that elves and leprechauns and fairies are.Irishfantasy
Chorus: Don't be foolish asking me if I believe them
Music by:
Words by: Griffith, Kathleen and Fred Rose.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: A teardrop on a rose.
First Line:
Chorus: While strolling thru a lovely garden
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: There goes the bride.
First Line:
Chorus: There goes the bride and a feelin inside tells me that a flood ofteardrops soon will start
Music by:
Words by: Klick, Mary.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: There's nothing about you special.
First Line:
Chorus: I may be right and I may be wrong
Music by:
Words by: Skinner, Jimmie.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: They'll never take her love from me.
First Line:
Chorus: If, today, the sun should set on all my hopes and cares
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Too far from God.
First Line: Do you live from day to day With no thought of God above
Chorus: Too far from God to ever hear Him call
Music by:
Words by: Wright, Johnnie, Jack Anglin and Clyde Baum.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Train track shuffle.
First Line: He don't know where he's goin' or where he's comin' from
Chorus: He does the train track shuffle Live, live, livin' a song
Music by:
Words by: Taylor, Connie.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Weeping willow.
First Line: I saw a weeping willow bendind sadly toward a stream
Chorus: Weeping willow, weep for me
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: What can I lose but my heart.
First Line:
Chorus: I know I'm not sure of love at a glance
Music by:
Words by: Leiser, Eric.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: What put the pep in grandma?
First Line: Grandma's over eighty, she feels like sweet sixteen
Chorus: What put the pep in grandma and made her hit the ball?
Music by:
Words by: Burns, Jethro and Mel Foree.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Whisper waltz.
First Line:
Chorus: Hold me close while we sway for I've something to say
Music by:
Words by: Blankenship, Lillian and Pee Wee King.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: The white rose.
First Line:
Chorus: Ev'ry body wants to know the reason Why I wear this rose of white uponmy breast
Music by:
Words by: Butler, Carl.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Whoopin' in the holler.
First Line: Now my grandpa was a snorter when it came to raisin' Cain
Chorus: You can bet your bottom dollar that he hever did suspect
Music by:
Words by: Rule, Jimmy.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Why don't you love me.
First Line:
Chorus: Well why don't you love me like you used to
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Why should I cry.
First Line:
Chorus: Why should I cry I've never done you wrong
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Why should we try anymore.
First Line:
Chorus: What's the use to deny we've been living a lie
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: You count all my mistakes.
First Line:
Chorus: You count all my mistakes but you don't count yours
Music by:
Words by: Willis, Vick.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: You don't know my mind.
First Line:
Chorus: Honey, you don't know my mind I'm lonesome all the time
Music by:
Words by: Skinner, Jimmie.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: You're my big baby now.
First Line:
Chorus: You're my baby but you've always had your way
Music by:
Words by: Skinner, Jimmie.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: You've still got a place in my heart.
First Line:
Chorus: If the one you think is true ever turns his back on you
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

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Title: Adivce to Joe
First Line: There's a Communist ambition now to rule or wreck us all
Chorus: You will see the lightning flashing, hear atomic thunders roll
Music by:
Words by: Acuff, Roy and Earl Nunn.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: All I need is you.
First Line:
Chorus: I don't need a barr'l of money or a proxide blond to call me Honey
Music by:
Words by: Richardson, Newt.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: All of a sudden.
First Line:
Chorus: All of sudden it happened
Music by:
Words by: Hunter, Pete.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Almost.
First Line:
Chorus: Almost you fell in love with me
Music by:
Words by: McAlpin, Vic and Jack Toombs.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Alone and forsaken.
First Line:
Chorus: We met in the Springtime when blossoms unfold
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Another world ago.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm sure we met someplace before, but where, I'll never know
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Ashes of love.
First Line: The lovelight that gleamed in your eyes has gone out
Chorus: Ashes of love, cold as ice
Music by:
Words by: Anglin, Jack, Johnnie Wright and Jim Anglin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Baby, we're really in love.
First Line:
Chorus: If you're lovin' me like I'm lovin' you Baby we're really in love
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Back to the Cross.
First Line: I'm out on a sea filled with sorrow
Chorus: Back to the Cross and to Jesus
Music by:
Words by: Martin, Jessie Mae.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Baldknob Arkansas.
First Line: I'm leavin' in the monrin,' you can bet I'm homeward bound
Chorus: Baldknob Arkansas keep my Lindy Lou
Music by:
Words by: Louvin, Ira and Charles Louvin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Bayou pon pon.
First Line:
Chorus: There's a place I know you'll want to go
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank and Jimmie Davis.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Between a rock and a hard place.
First Line:
Chorus: Oh, you tell me Baby that you love me true
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Curley.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Big mama blues.
First Line: Well I went down to a honky tonk to have a little fun
Chorus: I got the big mama blues
Music by:
Words by: Murphy, Jimmy.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Bogle to Boogle to Boone.
First Line: Way down in West Beaver, they get baseball fever along aboutMarch, as a rule
Chorus: Oh Bogle to Boogle to Boone
Music by:
Words by: Rule, Jimmy.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Broken candy heart.
First Line:
Chorus: When I last saw my darling, we kissed and said goodbye
Music by:
Words by: Shurtz, Mary Jean and Cliff Rodgers.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: A bucket of love.
First Line: Now you tell me that you love me And you're gonna be my littlebride
Chorus: Well, I don't want a dipper full of kisses
Music by:
Words by: Murphy, Jimmy.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: A bundle of southern sunshine.
First Line: I have often heard of angels divine
Chorus: They took a bundle of bright southern sunshine
Music by:
Words by: Clapp, Sunny.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Call her your sweetheart.
First Line:
Chorus: Call her your sweetheart whenever she feels blue
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Candy coated lies.
First Line:
Chorus: You make me promises but all of your promises are nothing more thancandy coated lies
Music by:
Words by: Bryant, Boudleaux.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Cheating.
First Line:
Chorus: I saw you last night down town alone
Music by:
Words by: Martin, Benny and Odie Rhodes.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Cold, cold heart.
First Line:
Chorus: I tried so hard, my dear, to show that you're my ev'ry dream
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Fred Rose Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Cora is gone.
First Line: Wind through the night blowing so lonesome
Chorus: Awake with the blues at dawn
Music by:
Words by: McLeod, Odell.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Corn's a-poppin.'
First Line:
Chorus: Corn's a-poppin' in the pan Got no butter but, man, oh man
Music by:
Words by: Wallace, Wally.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Countryfied.
First Line: Now most folks think I'm countryfied and, brother, they're sureright
Chorus: I'm proud to be countryfied, makes me happy as can be
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: The crazy game of love.
First Line:
Chorus: Wasn't I a Simple Simon Dreamin' of a church bell chimin'
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Crazy heart.
First Line:
Chorus: You thought she cared for you and so you acted smart
Music by:
Words by: Murray, Maurice and Fred Rose.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Do you live what you preach.
First Line: Many prophets are here as a witness for God
Chorus: Do you live what you preach Would you preach what you live
Music by:
Words by: Louvin, Ira and Charles Louvin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: A dollar ain't a dollar anymore.
First Line:
Chorus: A dollar ain't a dollar anymore And when you spend it at the groc'rystore
Music by:
Words by: Carlisle, Bill and Lonnie Glosson.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Don't worry.
First Line:
Chorus: Don't worry when I scold you I don't mean what I say
Music by:
Words by: Lay, Ed and Fred Shoemake.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: E string rag.
First Line:
Chorus: Funny little tune that's been goin' 'round
Music by:
Words by: Brooks, Ted.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Educated fool.
First Line: Now when I was a little kid they took me off to school
Chorus: Now I'm a man of no mean stability
Music by:
Words by: Fleming, Nat and Elmer Lance.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Electricity.
First Line: Some people don't know good music when they hear it on the air
Chorus: Well you can't see electricity amovin' on the line
Music by:
Words by: Murphy, Jimmy.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Empty dreams.
First Line:
Chorus: Empty dreams is all you left me
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Entitled.
First Line:
Chorus: Entitled, entitled I think my heart's entitled
Music by:
Words by: Kimbrell, Henry.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Falling rain blues.
First Line:
Chorus: When I woke up this morning, Lord, looked out at the falling rain
Music by:
Words by: Skinner, Jimmie.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Farewell, so long, goodbye.
First Line:
Chorus: You bit off more than you can chew At last you've met your Waterloo
Music by:
Words by: Watts, Clem, Sam Martin and Ben Trace.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Farewell waltz.
First Line:
Chorus: The dance was nearly over, all the couples left the floor
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Fear not.
First Line:
Chorus: Fear not, I heard the Saviour say, I'll go with you all the way
Music by:
Words by: Carson, Martha.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Forever and always.
First Line:
Chorus: Forever and always I pledge you my all
Music by:
Words by: Morrison, Sam and Harry Nides.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Forever's a long, long time.
First Line: You swear your love will last forever
Chorus: Forever's a long, long time, my darling
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank and Jimmie Davis.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Forsaking all others.
First Line:
Chorus: Forsaking all others, this one thing I live to do
Music by:
Words by: Watkins, Watt.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Four books in the Bible.
First Line: Do you want to know what's the matter with this old sinful world
Chorus: Four books in the Bible Our Saviour's prophesy
Music by:
Words by: McLeod, Odell.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: The four winds.
First Line:
Chorus: You're throwing our love to the four winds
Music by:
Words by: Scrivner, Raymond F.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Gentle hands.
First Line: I am guided thru the day by gentle hands
Chorus: Gentle hands that lead me down the path where once my Saviour trod
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: The "Get acquainted" waltz.
First Line:
Chorus: I was happy in my home in Alabama 'Til I saw your smiling face thatlonely night
Music by:
Words by: Louvin, Ira and ChasLouvin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Half as much.
First Line:
Chorus: If you loved me half as much as I love you
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Curley.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Haunted house boogie.
First Line:
Chorus: I was walkin' down the road all alone last night
Music by:
Words by: Wilson, Happy.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: He loved her like a sister.
First Line: Mary Jones is sad and blue, she lost her Joe to someone new
Chorus: He loved her like a sister
Music by:
Words by: Haynes, Henry D.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Heartbreak avenue.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm alone in a house made of sorrow
Music by:
Words by: Forbee, Mel.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Hey, good lookin.'
First Line:
Chorus: Hey, hey, good lookin' Whatcha got cookin'
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Higher in my prayers.
First Line: Cutting the shore lines, launching our farther
Chorus: I'm going higher, I'm soaring higher
Music by:
Words by: Bailes, Walter.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Honest as the day is long.
First Line:
Chorus: He just turned eighty seven and his hair is white as snow
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Honey baby.
First Line: You were wrong and I'm sorry, honey baby
Chorus: Someday when the tears are softly falling
Music by:
Words by: Mayhew, Aubrey L.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: The hot guitar.
First Line: Away down South 'neath a neon starChorus:
Chorus:
Music by:
Words by: Brooks, Ted.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: How can I believe in you.
First Line: The sooner I get you out of my heart, the better off I'll be
Chorus: I want your love, I need your love
Music by:
Words by: Anglin, Jack, Johnnie Wright and Jim Anglin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: How can I help it.
First Line: Once I was happy, my life was so free
Chorus: How can I help it if my eyes keep filling with tears
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Howlin' at the moon.
First Line:
Chorus: I know there's never been a man in the awful shape I'm in
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Humming bird.
First Line: I'm leavin' Cincinnati, headin' for the South
Chorus: Humming bird (ooh___) keep humming
Music by:
Words by: Anglin, Jack, Johnnie Wright and Jim Anglin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I ain't cryin' over you.
First Line: I'm so happy I could cry now that you have said goodbye
Chorus: I ain't cryin' over you 'cause you're leavin'
Music by:
Words by: McAlpin, Vic.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I can't escape from you.
First Line:
Chorus: I've tried and tried to run and hide
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I can't help it if I'm still in love with you.
First Line:
Chorus: Today I passed you on the street
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I don't know why.
First Line: A year ago tonight we parted
Chorus: I don't know why you treat me like you do
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I dreamed of a wedding.
First Line:
Chorus: I dreamed of a wedding in the month of May
Music by:
Words by: Bryant, Boudleaux.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I got a cinder in my eye.
First Line:
Chorus: I got a cinder in my eye That's what's makin' me cry
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I grabbed for the engine.
First Line: Now when I was a little feller on my Daddy's knee
Chorus: Oh, I grabbed for the engine and I caught the caboose
Music by:
Words by: Innis, Louis.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I just called to say that I love you.
First Line:
Chorus: I just called to say that I love you
Music by:
Words by: James, Sonny and John Skye.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I live my life alone.
First Line:
Chorus: Tears can never hide the pain I feel inside
Music by:
Words by: Butler, Carl.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I need your love.
First Line: Has your heart turned into stone, are you leavin' me alone
Chorus: I need your love to guide me down life's rough and rocky road
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I want to be blue.
First Line:
Chorus: I always knew you'd never come through
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I want you to love me.
First Line:
Chorus: I want you to love me, no one else will ever do
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I was a fool to fool around with you.
First Line:
Chorus: I was a fool to fool around with you
Music by:
Words by: Scrivner, Raymond F.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I would if I could (but I can't).
First Line: I'd like to take you back again and try you just once more
Chorus: I would if I thought you'd be true, dear
Music by:
Words by: Klick, Mary.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'd still want you.
First Line:
Chorus: I could shame you 'til you hide your face and drag you right down indisgrace
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: If you don't love your neighbor.
First Line: There are many people who will say they're Christians
Chorus: Oh, you don't love God if you don't love your neighbor
Music by:
Words by: Sullivan, Shorty.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: If you see my baby.
First Line:
Chorus: If you see my baby, tell him I'm blue
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Audrey.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'll live with God (to die no more).
First Line: I am tired, my limbs are weak
Chorus: Oh, I am singing as I homeward go
Music by:
Words by: Louvin, Ira, Charles Louvin and Eddie Hill.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'll love you as long as I live.
First Line: Tomorrow was to be the day you promised we would wed
Chorus: You've left me alone to grieve and to moan
Music by:
Words by: Hankins, Esco.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'm gonna love you one more time.
First Line: Oh, I've just read the letter you wrote me
Chorus: I'm gonna love you one more time
Music by:
Words by: Louvin, Ira and Charles Louvin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'm gonna write my baby a letter.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm gonna write my baby a letter
Music by:
Words by: Minter, Lois M.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'm in love with someone.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm in love with someone A somewhere, sometime sweetheart
Music by:
Words by: Herod, Jat.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'm only a friend.
First Line:
Chorus: Why do you call me your sweetheart
Music by:
Words by: Nelson, Steve, Ed G. Nelson and Gene Douglas.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'm planting a rose.
First Line: We were strolling along in old Lover's Lane
Chorus: I'm planting a rose in my garden of love
Music by:
Words by: Jones, Willie L.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'm saving all my love (for you).
First Line:
Chorus: Sweetheart, I love you true I hope you love me too
Music by:
Words by: Brooks, Ted and Asa White.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'm sending my heart in this letter.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm sending my heart in this letter
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'm sorry for you, my friend.
First Line:
Chorus: You've known so long that you were wrong but you still had your way
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'm taking my audition to sing up in the sky.
First Line: Let me sing for Jesus as I go along
Chorus: Singing for Jesus, not for wealth or fame
Music by:
Words by: Caplinger, Warren and Andy Patterson.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I'm the old friend.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm the old friend they saw the night they were waltzing to thebeautiful Tennessee Waltz
Music by:
Words by: Fairclow, Tommy.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: In the shadow of the Smokies.
First Line: In the shadow of the Smokies, there's a little cabin home
Chorus: Oh, I wake up in the morning in the country that I love
Music by:
Words by: Nunn, Earl.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: It takes two of a kind (to make a pair).
First Line:
Chorus: Love is a chance like the old game of cards
Music by:
Words by: Strange, Glen and Fred Rose.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: It's all the same to me.
First Line:
Chorus: Now I don't care if you go or stay
Music by:
Words by: Skinner, Jimmie.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: It's a many a mile back home.
First Line:
Chorus: It's a many a mile, it's a long, hard road
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: I've been down that road before.
First Line:
Chorus: Now friend if you'll just listen to me you'll get some good, hardearned advice
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Jesus is calling.
First Line: When your soul is weary and it seems you've lost your way
Chorus: Jesus is calling, calling night and day
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank and Charlie Monroe.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Jesus paid the price.
First Line: If your heart's sick and weary and ev'rything goes wrong
Chorus: He paid the price on Calvary's tree
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Just a friend.
First Line: The postman dropped by Then went on his way
Chorus: Just a friend who brought sunshine and rain
Music by:
Words by: Anglin, Jack, Johnnie Wright and Jim Anglin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Just waitin.'
First Line:
Chorus: The old maid's awaitin' for leap year to come
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank and Bob Gazzaway.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Just you and I.
First Line:
Chorus: Just you and I together tonight
Music by:
Words by: Carter, Maybelle.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: King size baby.
First Line: She's my one and only one I call her my ton of fun
Chorus: Do I love her, I don't mean maybe
Music by:
Words by: Haynes, Homer and Kenneth Burns.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Leave us women alone.
First Line:
Chorus: Ev'ry time a man sings a brand new song It's always 'bout a womanthat's done him wrong
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Audrey.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Let me stay in your arms.
First Line:
Chorus: Hold me close, hold me tight
Music by:
Words by: Miller, J. D. and Jimmy Newman.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Let your conscience be your guide.
First Line: There's a road my Darling, and open at both ends
Chorus: Let your conscience be your guide It won't lie to you
Music by:
Words by: Anglin, Jack, Johnnie Wright and Jim Anglin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: The light of the world.
First Line: Shepherds were watching their flocks one night
Chorus: Christ the Master, came to seek and to save
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Linda Lou.
First Line: In the state of West Virginia among the peaceful rollin hills
Chorus: Linda Lou, my Linda Lou
Music by:
Words by: Butler, Carl.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: The little house we built (just o'er the hill).
First Line:
Chorus: It seems like only yesterday we planned our wedding day
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank and Don Helms.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Lonely and blue over someone.
First Line: Why did you have to say goodbye and leave me here alone
Chorus: I'm lonely and blue over someone
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Lost on a sea of sorrow.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm lost on a sea of sorrow
Music by:
Words by: Foree, Mel and Bill Carlisle.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Me and my broken heart.
First Line: Oh can't you see what you have done
Chorus: We were waiting at the church
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Men with broken hearts.
First Line:
Chorus: You'll meet many just like me upon life's busy street
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: A million years ago.
First Line:
Chorus: Yesterday I said, "It just don't matter
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Mommies real peculiar.
First Line:
Chorus: She won't let me hitch on to movin' cars
Music by:
Words by: Bryant, Felice and Bryant Boudleaux.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: More than satisfied.
First Line:
Chorus: As long as I can hold your hand
Music by:
Words by: Sweet, Irene.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Mother, where is your daughter tonight.
First Line: You failed to correct her and make her obey
Chorus: Mother, where is your daughter tonight
Music by:
Words by: Murphy, Jimmy.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: My crazy heart (for company).
First Line:
Chorus: I'll wear my Sunday best when I step out tonight
Music by:
Words by: Carter, Helen.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: My happiness belongs to someone else.
First Line:
Chorus: On the day we said, "I do," two hearts beating, oh so true
Music by:
Words by: Carson, Martha.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: My heart keeps telling me.
First Line: I lay awake all thru the night and worry over you
Chorus: My heart keeps telling me you'll always be the same
Music by:
Words by: Smith, Beasley and Earl Nunn.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: My heart would know.
First Line:
Chorus: I could say it's over now
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: My journey.
First Line: Some folks like to travel no place to call their ownChorus:
Chorus:
Music by:
Words by: Brooks, Ted.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: My love song.
First Line: I once wrote a song, little Darling, of you
Chorus: I'm changing the words of my love song of you
Music by:
Words by: Louvin, Ira and Charles Louvin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: No wedding bells for me.
First Line:
Chorus: No wedding bells for me, no gown of white
Music by:
Words by: Campbell, Cecil, Pansy Ferguson and Troy Ferguson.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: On the other shore.
First Line: Though I walk in shadows here with more grief than I can bear
Chorus: Over on the other shore
Music by:
Words by: McCarty, Mac.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: One true love.
First Line:
Chorus: There's one true love in ev'ry heart
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Our last rendezvous.
First Line:
Chorus: You called me up early this evening
Music by:
Words by: Krise, George E. (Speed).
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Patch up our old love affair.
First Line:
Chorus: You tell me the love in our life has gone wrong
Music by:
Words by: Foree, Mel and Cliff Carlisle.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Pepper pickin.'
First Line:
Chorus: Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers
Music by:
Words by: Barber, Jimmy.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: A plastic heart.
First Line: They're usin' plastic nowadays to make 'most ev'ry thing
Chorus: It seems you're gettin' careless lately and I'm on the spot
Music by:
Words by: Krise, George E. (Speed).
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Preachin,' prayin,' singin.'
First Line: I was a stranger there, intent upon my way
Chorus: Preachin,' prayin,' singin' ev'rywhere
Music by:
Words by: McCarty, E.C. "Mac.".
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Pretty little girl (with a pretty little curl).
First Line: Like Jack and Jill, I went up the hill to see what I could find
Chorus: Oh, I'm lucky you bet I'm lucky
Music by:
Words by: Richardson, Newt.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Ramblin' man.
First Line:
Chorus: I can settle down and be donin' just fine
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Robe of white.
First Line:
Chorus: The postman knocked and waited for a sweet face to appear
Music by:
Words by: Louvin, Ira, Charles Louvin and Eddie Hill.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Running out of time.
First Line:
Chorus: I've been around with guys, there's a reason why
Music by:
Words by: Lunsford, Ray.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Satisfied.
First Line: You ask me if I'm happy
Chorus: Satisfied, no trouble can ever get me down
Music by:
Words by: Carson, Martha.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Save it for a rainy day.
First Line:
Chorus: Now the sun won't shine all the time
Music by:
Words by: McAlpin, Vic and Phil Rickie.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Shake, rattle and roll.
First Line: Oh I've been tellin' that woman of man she better quit treatin' memean
Chorus: Shake, rattle and roll Headin' down the big main line
Music by:
Words by: Butler, Carl.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: She isn't guarenteed.
First Line:
Chorus: You may steal my gal away, you're welcome as can be
Music by:
Words by: Nunn, Karl.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Sin will cause a broken heart.
First Line: Sweetheart, you're always on my mind
Chorus: Altho' you are the only one I'll love you all my life
Music by:
Words by: Purdom, JM.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Sing, sing, sing.
First Line: In the world of sorrow I've seen trouble and woe
Chorus: When I get to glory I'm gonna Sing, sing, sing
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: So disheartened.
First Line:
Chorus: So disheartened, so sad and blue
Music by:
Words by: Hall, Jim.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Station door blues.
First Line:
Chorus: See the train, see the track, I wonder if she's comin' back
Music by:
Words by: Lunsford, Ray.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Steamboat stomp.
First Line:
Chorus: You get on board the steamer down at South Illinois
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Steel guitar waltz.
First Line:
Chorus: Dacing to the steel guitar waltz
Music by:
Words by: Campbell, Cecil.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: A stranger in the night.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm lonesome for someone to kiss me goodnight
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank and Bill Morgan.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: String of empties.
First Line: Oh once my dream train ran uopn love's single oneway track
Chorus: Oh, hear the whistle blowin' down this weary, lonesome track
Music by:
Words by: Krise, George E. (Speed).
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Sunday drivers.
First Line: I polished the car till it looked like glass
Chorus: Sunday drivers, Where they come from I don't know
Music by:
Words by: Robinson, Carson J.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Sundown Sue.
First Line:
Chorus: Who's the cutest little aggravatin' baby in town
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: S-w-e-e-t-h-e-a-r-t.
First Line:
Chorus: A lifetime ago I first laid eyes on you
Music by:
Words by: Back, Tilden R.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Take my ring from your finger.
First Line: I'm happy now at last you are smilin
Chorus: Take my ring from your finger Set me free as a dove
Music by:
Words by: Louvin, Ira and Chas. Louvin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Teach me to forget.
First Line:
Chorus: You taught me how to love with all my heart
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Tell them.
First Line:
Chorus: Tell someone else you're blue Tell them that I'm lonesome too
Music by:
Words by: Lunsford, Ray.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Tennessee memories.
First Line: It was down in Tennessee that you gave your love to me
Chorus: Tennessee memories of a love that used to be
Music by:
Words by: Carson, Martha.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: That little old country church house.
First Line: I was passing down the road one day where I wandered long ago
Chorus: That little old country church house, so shabby and so old
Music by:
Words by: Purdom, JM.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: That wild black engine.
First Line:
Chorus: See that wild black engine climb that Dickson grade
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: There'll never be another Mary.
First Line:
Chorus: I passed the old familiar places Tonight where we used to go
Music by:
Words by: McAlpin, Vic.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: There's another in your heart.
First Line: Tonight I know you're in my arms
Chorus: How long can I hold on to you
Music by:
Words by: Helms, Don.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: There's just one life to live.
First Line: Now, listen to these words I now am speaking
Chorus: Don't worry 'bout the wrongs that you've been done
Music by:
Words by: Sutton, Tommy and Clifford Stumpf.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: There's nothing as sweet as my baby.
First Line:
Chorus: I like candy, I like cake, I like jam but goodness sake
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: The thirteenth of May.
First Line:
Chorus: The thirteenth of May was my unlucky day
Music by:
Words by: Martin, Benny.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Those things money can't buy.
First Line: Now if I was a millionaire I'd be poor and I'll tell you why
Chorus: Those things money can't buy Are treasures I'll cherish 'til I die
Music by:
Words by: McAlpin, Vic.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Time and time again.
First Line:
Chorus: You told me time and time again you loved me
Music by:
Words by: Stutz, Carl and Sam Fouts.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Too old to cut the mustard.
First Line: When I was young I had lots of pep
Chorus: Too old, He's too old to cut the mustard any more
Music by:
Words by: Carlisle, Bill.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Train whistle nightmare.
First Line: I love hillbilly music, the good old country song
Chorus:
Music by:
Words by: Seitz, Charles L.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Trust me again.
First Line: My love for you still grows each day
Chorus: My darling, look into my eyes
Music by:
Words by: Seitz, Charles L.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Tryin' to chase these blues away.
First Line:
Chorus: These lonesome days got my hair turning gray
Music by:
Words by: Butrum, Hillous.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Two roads.
First Line:
Chorus: There's just two roads that I can take
Music by:
Words by: Stewart, Redd and Pee Wee King.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Useless.
First Line: Useless to worry, useless to care
Chorus: Useless, to worry over you
Music by:
Words by: Carlisle, Bill.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Walking my Lord up Calvary hill.
First Line:
Chorus: I want to thank Jesus for the place of salvation
Music by:
Words by: Moody, Ruby.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Waltz of broken vows.
First Line:
Chorus: We vowed the night we were waltzing To love and never part
Music by:
Words by: La Croix, Ann.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: We live a long, long time.
First Line: When you get old and feeble and can't hardly get around
Chorus: We live a long, long time to get old
Music by:
Words by: Murphy, Jimmy.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: The weapon of prayer.
First Line: In that land across the sea, there's a job for you and me
Chorus: We don't have to be a soldier in a uniform
Music by:
Words by: Louvin, Ira and Chas Louvin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Wearin' out your walkin' shoes.
First Line:
Chorus: Well, you can't live with 'em you can't live without 'em
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Weary blues from waitin.'
First Line: The snow falls 'round my window
Chorus: Weary blues from waitin' Lord, I've been waitin' too long
Music by:
Words by: Williams, Hank.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: West Virginia polka.
First Line:
Chorus: Upsy daisy don't be lazy Time to get your gal persuaded
Music by:
Words by: Louvin, Ira and Charles Louvin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: What wlse can I do.
First Line:
Chorus: You say our love ended, that you've found someone new
Music by:
Words by: Hankins, Esco.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: What the heck is goin' on.
First Line: A feller called, said he wanted to know if the coast was clear
Chorus: What the heck is goin' on I know there's somethin' wrong
Music by:
Words by: Lister, Bill.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Whatever has become of you.
First Line:
Chorus: I know when stars all fade away The night is turning into day
Music by:
Words by: Seitz, Charles L.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: What's the use.
First Line:
Chorus: You wanted all my lovin' then you made a big excuse
Music by:
Words by: Stier, Irene and Joe Lewis.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: What's the use to take you back again.
First Line:
Chorus: What's the use to take you back again When I know you'll only breakyour vow
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: When my money run out.
First Line:
Chorus: When my money run out I lost all my friends
Music by:
Words by: Martin, Benny and Hillous Butrum.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: When the pearly gates swing open.
First Line:
Chorus: When the pearly gates swing open And my Saviour lets me in
Music by:
Words by: Hudgins, Helen.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Where is your heart tonight.
First Line:
Chorus: Where is your heart tonight You look at me with eyes that do not see
Music by:
Words by: Martin, Benny, Bourdleaux Bryant and Robert Castelow.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Who's taking over.
First Line:
Chorus: Who's taking over where I left off
Music by:
Words by: Cecil, Bob.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Why don't you leave my heart alone.
First Line:
Chorus: Why don't you leave my heart alone Do you think it's made of stone
Music by:
Words by: Payne, Leon.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Will there be a traffic light?
First Line: At the busy intersection People hurried to and fro
Chorus: The one beside me seemed to ponder
Music by:
Words by: McCarty, Mac.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Will you forget.
First Line:
Chorus: Will you forget me, dear, when I lay sleeping on yonder hill so green
Music by:
Words by: Sloan, Bud.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Window shopping.
First Line:
Chorus: You're window shopping, just window shopping
Music by:
Words by: Joseph, Marcel.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Fred Rose Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Wonder is all I do.
First Line: Sun is in the West and twilight shadows fall
Chorus: Wonder if you still love me
Music by:
Words by: Acuff, Roy.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: You can't pick all the roses.
First Line:
Chorus: You can't pick all the roses from the garden of love
Music by:
Words by: Gabbard, Rusty.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: You made a monkey out of me.
First Line:
Chorus: I ought to wear a tail and eat bananas
Music by:
Words by: McEnery, Dave.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: You plus me.
First Line: Oh, I never was a whizz with a problem or a quiz
Chorus: Oh, you don't need a college education
Music by:
Words by: Krise, George E(Speed.).
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: You upset my apple cart.
First Line:
Chorus: When you upset my apple cart, I tho't at first it broke my heart
Music by:
Words by: Scrivner, Raymond F.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: You'll be rewarded over there.
First Line: I am walking with my Lord each day
Chorus: Join me in pray'r If you're worried Jesus cares
Music by:
Words by: Louvin, Ira and Charles Louvin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: You'll have to talk it over with my heart.
First Line:
Chorus: How I wish that I could tell you there is nothing to regret
Music by:
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Milene Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951

Title: Your address unknown.
First Line: Crying while I read a letter you sent to me
Chorus: Oh, I'm alone tonight And how I'd like to write
Music by:
Words by: Louvin, Ira and Chas Louvin.
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK CM 1950-1951


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