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Loretta Lynn Lyrics

Genre: Country

Loretta Lynn Lyrics - by Popularity

1 If You've Got Leavin' On Your Mind
2 When the Tingle Becomes a Chill
3 Hello Darlin'
4 Coal Miner's Daughter
5 Don't Come Home A-Drinking (1966)
6 I Can't Hear the Music
7 Blue Kentucky Girl (1965)
8 Fly Away
9 Pregnant Again (1980)
10 Home You're Tearing Down (1965)
11 One's On The Way (1972)
12 The Old Rugged Cross
13 Love Is The Foundation (1973)
14 You're Looking At Country (1971)
15 Fist City (1968)
16 Tippy Toeing
17 Portland, Oregon
18 After the Fire Is Gone
19 Just a Little Talk With Jesus
20 Woman of the World
21 Snowbird
22 The Pill
23 Tomorrow Never Comes
24 Your Squaw is on the Warpath
25 Working Girl
26 Help Me Make It Through The Night
27 What's The Bottle Done To My Baby
28 This Old House
29 Let Your Love Flow
30 When They Ring Those Golden Bells
31 I'm A Honky-Tonk Girl (1960)
32 Portland Oregon (Duet With Jack White)
33 I've Got A Picture Of Us On My Mind
34 After The Fire Is Gone (with Conway Twitty)
35 The Shoe Goes On the Other Foot Tonight
36 You Aint Woman Enough
37 Red, White And Blue (1976)
38 I Know How
39 It'll Feel Good After It Quits Hurtin'
40 Y'All Come
41 Somebody, Somewhere Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight
42 Whispering Sea Introduction
43 If God Is Dead (Who's This Living In My Soul)
44 Have Mercy on Me
45 Wine, Women and Song
46 If You Miss Heaven (You'll Miss It All)
47 Drive You Out Of My Mind
48 Somewhere Someone's Falling In Love
49 Just Between The Two Of Us
50 Jesus Is A Soul Man
51 Secret Love
52 If Loneliness Can Kill Me
53 Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
54 They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy Anymore
55 Lead Us Back To Love
56 Any One, Any Worse, Any Where
57 The Man Of The House
58 Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven
59 Van Lear Rose
60 Living My Lifetime For You
61 Faded Love
62 Who's Gonna Miss Me?
63 Hold Her
64 Trouble in Paradise
65 Harp With Golden Strings
66 Who Was That Stranger
67 How Great Thou Art
68 Keep Your Change
69 Blueberry Hill
70 Harper Valley PTA
71 Leavin' on Your Mind
72 Black Jack David
73 These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
74 Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man (with Conway)
75 Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' On Your Mind)
76 As Soon As I Hang Up the Phone
77 I Got Caught
78 Softly and Tenderly
79 The Darkest Day
80 Somebody Led Me Away
81 Let Me Go, You're Hurtin' Me
82 Family Tree
83 She's Got You
84 Always on My Mind
85 I'm a Honky Tonk Girl
86 Too Far
87 You're Lookin' at Country
88 To Make A Man (Feel Like A Woman)
89 God Gave Me a Heart to Forgive
90 Kaw-Liga
91 God Has No Mistakes
92 Crazy
93 Wine into Water
94 Rated X
95 Silver Bells
96 Love L-O-V-E
97 Mad Mrs. Leroy Brown
98 Where I Learned To Pray
99 Mrs. Leroy Brown
100 When You Leave My World
101 Talking to the Wall
102 He's Somewhere Between You & Me
103 Less of Me
104 In the Pines
105 Back in Baby's Arms
106 I Believe
107 Dear Uncle Sam
108 Standing Room Only
109 Lead Me On
110 The Devil Gets His Due
111 Sneakin' In
112 Put It Off Until Tomorrow
113 Band of Gold
114 Woman Of The World (Leave My World Alone)
115 Mr. And Mrs. Used To Be
116 Have Mercy
117 Before I'm Over You
118 Story of My Life
119 Miss Being Mrs.
120 It's Another World
121 Back Street Affair
122 Success
123 Taking The Place Of A Man
124 For the Good Times
125 Don't Open That Door
126 I Never Will Marry
127 Get What'cha Got And Go
128 Frosty The Snowman
129 I'm One Man's Woman
130 High On A Mountain Top
131 If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again
132 Someone Before Me
133 The Letter
134 You Didn't Like My Lovin'
135 Put Your Hand In The Hand
136 Ain't It Funny
137 Everything it Takes
138 What Makes Me Tick
139 Feelin's
140 Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town
141 God Makes No Mistakes
142 Happy Birthday
143 Just a Closer Walk With Thee
144 I Really Don't Want To Know
145 Why Can't He Be You
146 Crazy Out of My Mind
147 I've Got Texas In My Heart
148 I Lie
149 Breakin' It
150 Lay Me Down
151 When I Hear My Children Pray
152 We've Come A Long Way Baby
153 Mama, Why?
154 What Sundown Does to You
155 A Man I Hardly Know
156 There Goes My Everything
157 You Wanna Give Me a Lift
158 You Never Were Mine
159 Peace In the Valley
160 Blue Kentucky Girl
161 Wildwood Flower
162 Fist City
163 Country In My Genes
164 I Fall to Pieces
165 Ten Thousand Angels
166 In the Garden
167 Woman's Prison
168 Trouble on the Line
169 The Blues Ain't Workin' On Me
170 Where No One Stands Alone
171 Sweet Dreams
172 Is It Wrong (For Loving You)
173 Whispering Sea
174 There's A Honky Tonk Angel (Who'll Take Me Back In)
175 This Haunted House
176 Hey Loretta (1974)
177 In the Sweet Bye and Bye
178 White Christmas
179 Making Believe
180 You Ain't Woman Enough
181 High on a Mountain
182 You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)
183 I Wanna Be Free
184 Walking After Midnight
185 You're Looking at Country
186 Red, White And Blue
187 Another Man Loved Me Last Night
188 They Don't Make Em Like My Daddy (1974)
189 I Feel Like Traveling on
190 I Don't Wanna Play House
191 Silver Threads And Golden Needles
192 I'd Rather Have Jesus
193 Little Red Shoes
194 I'm Living In Two Worlds
195 Who Says God Is Dead
196 Women's Prison
197 Standing At Our Bedroom Door
198 He's Got the Whole World In His Hands
199 Old Camp Meetin’ Time
200 These Boots Are Made for Walking
201 I Can't Feel You Anymore
202 If You're Not Gone Too Long
203 You're the Reason Our Kids Are Ugly
204 Wings Upon Your Horns
205 Love Is The Foundation

Loretta Lynn Bio

Loretta Lynn (née Webb; born April 14, 1932) is a chart-topping, multiple-gold-album-selling American country music singer-songwriter whose work has spanned more than 50 years. She has received numerous awards and other accolades for her groundbreaking role in country music and her documentation of, and contributions to, American culture. She has also authored at least six books, most of them autobiographies. Lynn was born to coal miner Melvin "Ted" Webb and wife Clara, née Ramey, in Butcher Hollow, near Paintsville, Kentucky, USA, the second of eight children.

In January 1948, shortly before she turned 16, Loretta married Oliver Vanetta Lynn, Jr. (1926–1996) and soon became pregnant. She and her husband moved to Washington state. Their marriage was tumultuous; he had affairs, but she stayed with him. Their life together helped inspire the music she wrote.

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