Corb Lund Lyrics

Genre: Country

Corb Lund Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Big Butch Bass Bull Fiddle
2 She Won't Come to Me
3 Big Butch Bass Bull Fiddle (from Hair In My Eyes Like a Highland Steer, 2005)
4 Family Reunion
5 Truck Got Stuck
6 All I Wanna Do Is Play Cards
7 Especially a Paint
8 Weight of the Gun
9 The Truth Comes Out
10 Ciesla's Revenge (Intro)
11 Run This Town
12 Counterfeiters' Blues (from Hair In My Eyes Like a Highland Steer, 2005)
13 My Saddle Horse Has Died
14 Alt Berliner Blues
15 Good Copenhagen (from Hair In My Eyes Like a Highland Steer, 2005)
16 I Wanna Be In the Cavalry: Reprise
17 Alice Eyes
18 Trouble In the Country
19 Taps
20 Sadr City
21 The Truck Got Stuck Talkin' Blues (featuring Ramblin' Jack Ellio
22 (Gonna) Shine Up My Boots
23 Washed-Up Rock Star Factory Blues
24 I Wanna Be In the Cavalry
25 Five Dollar Bill
26 S Lazy H
27 Horse Soldier, Horse Soldier
28 Buckin' Horse Rider
29 Goodbye Colorado
30 Lament for Lester Cousins
31 Little Foothills Heaven
32 Talk Too Much
33 Brother Brigham, Brother Young
34 Hair In My Eyes Like A Highland Steer
35 Sunbeam
36 Hair In My Eyes Like a Highland Steer (from Hair In My Eyes Like a Highland Steer, 2005)
37 The Horse I Rode In On
38 Hurtin' Albertan
39 I've Been Needin'
40 The Truck Got Stuck
41 A Leader On Losing Control
42 Roughest Neck Around
43 Apocalyptic Modified Blues
44 Always Keep an Edge On Your Knife
45 Student Visas
46 Truth Comes Out
47 Daughter Don't You Marry No Guitar Picker
48 The Rodeo's Over (featuring Ian Tyson)
49 What That Song Means Now
50 Counterfeiters' Blues
51 Expectation And The Blues
52 Hurtin' Albertan (from Hair In My Eyes Like a Highland Steer, 2005)
53 Hard On Equipment (Tool for the Job)
54 Good Copenhagen

Corb Lund Bio

Corb Lund and the Hurtin' Albertans are a Canadian country music band, formerly known as the Corb Lund Band.

Corb Lund, the lead singer, grew up in Southern Alberta living on his family's farm and ranches near Taber, Cardston and Rosemary. He is proud of being an Albertan. Lund left his hometown of Taber and moved to Edmonton, where he enrolled in the Grant MacEwan College to study jazz guitar and bass.

Lund was a founding member of The Smalls, who sold over 35,000 albums over a twelve year span, all released independently. Lund and the Smalls toured extensively in Canada, the United States and Europe, including a stint in Bosnia, Slovenia and the Czech Republic. The band retired in the fall of 2001.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corb_Lund