Allison Moorer Lyrics

Genre: Country

Allison Moorer Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Mark My Word
2 Best That I Can Do
3 Daddy Goodbye Blues
4 Send Down an Angel
5 A Soft Place to Fall
6 Ring Of Fire
7 Dancing Barefoot
8 Is Heaven Good Enough for You
9 Pardon Me
10 Orphan Train
11 Bring Me All Your Lovin'
12 Where Is My Love
13 No Next Time
14 When Will You Ever Come Down
15 Alabama Song
16 No Place for a Heart
17 Mockingbird
18 Believe You Me
19 Up This High
20 I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl
21 Long Black Train
22 The One That Got Away (Got Away with My Heart)
23 Dying Breed
24 Is It Worth It
25 Hey Jezebel
26 Is Heaven Good Enough For You (2003)
27 Don't Cry No Tears
28 Tear Me Apart
29 Let Go
30 Soft Place To Fall
31 If I Were Stronger
32 Feeling That Feeling Again
33 I Ain't The One
34 I'll Break Before I Bend
35 Wish I
36 Cold Cold Earth
37 Abalone Sky
38 Moonshiner
39 Blood
40 Call My Name
41 Ruby Jewel Was Here
42 Goodbye To The Ground
43 Mama Let The Wolf In
44 Easier to Forget
45 Steal the Sun
46 Just Another Fool
47 Baby Dreamer
48 I'm Doing Fine
49 I Found A Letter
50 Tumbling Down
51 The Broken Girl
52 Once Upon A Time She Said
53 Back Of My Mind
54 Should I Be Concerned
55 Some Days
56 Have You Ever Seen The Rain?
57 Yessirree
58 Go, Leave
59 When You Wake Up Feeling Bad
60 The Broken Girl (Acoustic)
61 Gonna Get It Wrong
62 The Hardest Part
63 Revelator
64 Easy In The Summertime
65 Sorrow (Don't Come Around) (Acoustic)
66 Set You Free
67 Day You Said Goodbye
68 Both Sides Now
69 The Stars And I (Mama's Song)
70 Fairweather
71 Tell Me Baby
72 It's Time I Tried
73 Still This Side Of Gone
74 Melancholy Polly
75 She Knows Where She Goes
76 Like The Rain
77 Like It Used To Be
78 Can't Get There from Here
79 Cold in California
80 Think It Over
81 Sorrow (Don't Come Around)
82 Thunderstorm / Hurricane
83 It's Gonna Feel Good (When It Stops Hurting)
84 I Lost My Crystal Ball
85 Going Down
86 I'm Looking For Blue Eyes
87 Crows
88 Down To Believing

Allison Moorer Bio

Allison Moorer (born June 21, 1972) is a Grammy and Academy Award nominated American alternative country singer and the younger sister of Shelby Lynne. She signed to MCA Nashville in 1998 and made her debut on the U.S. Billboard country charts with the release of her debut single "A Soft Place To Fall", which reached #73 on the charts.

Since the release of her debut album Alabama Song, she released seven albums and eleven singles, five of which reached positions on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.

Allison was raised in Frankville, Alabama, just north of Mobile. Raised on George Jones and Tammy Wynette, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Emmylou Harris, she sang harmonies as a toddler, eventually thinking she'd make a career of it. Following the murder-suicide of her parents in 1986, she moved into her aunt and uncle's home.