No One To Sing For (But The Band). Written-By – Merle Haggard.
Single by Merle Haggard. from the album Back to the Barrooms. No One to Sing For (But the Band)". June 16, 1980 Content. The narrator discusses how he always ends up at the bar trying to drink away memories. The narrator goes on to say how the alcohol makes memories come back to haunt him.
Merle Haggard lyrics - 705 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Mama Tried", "One Day At A Time", "Okie From Muskogee". The Way I Am Sky-Bo No One To Sing For (But The Band) Remember Me (I'm The One Who Loves You) Life's Just Not The Way It Used To Be Wake Up Where Have You Been Take Me Back And Try Me One More Time I'll Always Be Glad To Take You Back It Makes No Difference Now.
Ainda não temos a cifra desta música. Contribua! Once I had a girlfriend, she loved to hear me sing But I left her in Nashville, flew west on a silver plane My family can't kid me anymore They never really liked my songs before Now I'm all grown up and I'm a lonely man And there's no one to sing for but the band. No there's no one to sing for but the band They always say I'm singin' grand But if you listen close you'll understand Why there's no one to sing for but the band. I had a friend in Houston, thought I was somethin' else.
Haggard’s family never lived in a labor camp, but the song struck a chord with fans across all demographics, and became one of the best-loved ballads in Country Music history. 15. Merle Haggard - "You Take Me For Granted". The lead single from his 1973 holiday album Merle Haggard’s Christmas Present, this tender number about a man who wasn’t able to provide a bountiful Christmas for his family touched a nerve with millions of fans who ached along with every line. Haggard said in interviews that he didn’t consider it a true song of the season, but the song still registers some impressive airplay each December. 4. Merle Haggard - "Misery and Gin". One of the final hits of Haggard’s brief stint at MCA, no song in his catalog evokes sadness and loneliness as much as this potent number. A rarity in the case that he didn’t write it, but he made this song all his own. 3. Merle Haggard - "Mama Tried".
But here I am again, mixin' misery and gin. Sittin' with all my friends and talkin' to myself. I look like I'm havin' a good time but any fool can tell, That this Honky Tonk Heaven really makes ya' feel like hell. I light a lonely woman's cigarette, We both start talkin' 'bout what we want to forget. Her life story and mine are the same. We both lost someone and only have ourselves to blame. But here I am again, mixin' misery and gin. Haggard Merle - No One To Sing For (But The Band). Haggard Merle - If We Never Meet Again. Haggard Merle - Hungry Eyes.
Read about Misery And Gin (Live) from Merle Haggard's Up Close And Personal and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Up Close And Personal.
The discography for American country music singer Merle Haggard includes fifty-nine studio albums, three Christmas albums, three Gospel albums, five instrumental albums featuring his backing band the Strangers, as well as several live and compilation albums.