Marty Stuart Lyrics

Genre: Country

Marty Stuart Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Till I Found You
2 Get Down On Your Knees And Pray
3 Hey Baby
4 Farmer's Blues
5 Last Train Done Gone Down
6 Shake Your Hips
7 If I Give My Soul
8 Look At That Girl
9 Come Into The House Of The Lord
10 The Pilgrim (Act I)
11 Porter Wagoner's Grave
12 Little Things
13 Going, Going, Gone
14 I Ain't Giving Up On Love
15 My Last Days On Earth
16 Heaven
17 The Likes of Me
18 Old, Old House
19 The Gospel Story Of Noah's Ark
20 Half a Heart
21 High an a Mountain Top
22 Wishful Thinkin'
23 The Lonely Kind
24 Goin' Nowhere Fast
25 The Master is Waiting
26 Truck Stop
27 Streamline
28 When The Sun Goes Down
29 The Greatest Love of All Time
30 Don't Be Cruel
31 Love Can Go To .....
32 A Song of Sadness
33 The Pilgrim (Act III)
34 Walking My Lord Up Calvary's Hill
35 Redemption
36 Uncloudy Day (featuring The Staple Singers)
37 A World Without You
38 I'll Love You Forever (If I Want To)
39 Hillbilly Rock
40 Picture from Life's Other Side
41 If There Ain't There Ought'a Be
42 The Gospel Story Of Noahu2019s Ark
43 Between You and Me
44 Boogie Woogie
45 Fool For Love
46 Branded
47 Me And Billy The Kid
48 "I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome"
49 That's Country
50 Boogie Woogie Down The Jericho Road
51 Cry Cry Cry
52 Lord, I'm Coming Home
53 The Pilgrim (Act II)
54 Long Walk To Heaven
55 If You Wanted Me Around
56 Bridge Washed Out
57 Paint the Town Tonight
58 The King of Dixie
59 Just a Little Talk With Jesus
60 You Can Walk All Over Me
61 It's Time To Go Home
62 The Observations of a Crow
63 That Gospel Music
64 Easy To Love (Hard To Hold)
65 Country Boy Rock & Roll
66 That's When You'll Know It's Over
67 Outro
68 The Weight
69 Walking In Jerusalem (Just Like John)
70 Wheels
71 His Love Will Lead Us On
72 Down Home
73 The Gospel Way
74 Tip Your Hat
75 Crazy Arms
76 Marty Stuart Visits The Moon
77 Burn Me Down
78 Just Between You And Me
79 Walking Through The Prayers
80 That's What Love's About
81 Jailhouse
82 If I Ain't Got You
83 Mercy Number 1
84 Walls of a Prison
85 Drifting Apart
86 Don't Leave Her Lonely Too Long
87 Way Down
88 The Old Gospel Ship
89 Now That's Country
90 Geraldine
91 Draggin' Around These Chains Of Love
92 Firing Line
93 Doin' My Time
94 Ghost Train Four-Oh-Ten
95 Be Careful Who You Love (Arthur's Song)
96 I Want a Woman
97 There's A Rainbow (At The End Of Every Storm)
98 By George
99 I’m Blue, I’m Lonesome
100 I'm a One Woman Man
101 God Will Make A Way
102 Honky Tonk Crowd
103 Hangman
104 This One's Gonna Hurt You (For a Long, Long Time)
105 Tear the Woodpile Down
106 Sometimes the Pleasure's Worth the Pain
107 Greystone Chapel
108 Western Girls
109 When It Comes To Loving You
110 Me & Hank & Jumpin' Jack Flash
111 Good News
112 Harlan County
113 Hard Working Man
114 Tempted
115 Sundown in Nashville
116 Red, Red Wine and Cheatin' Songs
117 The Unseen Hand
118 Since I Don't Have You
119 Rough Around The Edges
120 Mirrors Don't Lie
121 Angels Rock Me To Sleep
122 Reasons
123 Hummingbyrd
124 Kiss Me, I'm Gone
125 A Matter of Time
126 This One's Gonna Hurt You
127 Pray the Power Down
128 A Satisfied Mind
129 Oh, What A Silent Night
130 Sad House Big Party
131 Soul's Chapel
132 Cathedral
133 Hobo's Prayer
134 I Run To You
135 The Coal Mine Blues
136 Hollywood Boogie
137 Me and Hank and Jumpin' Jack Flash
138 He Turned the Water Into Wine
139 Here I Am
140 Talkin’ To The Wall
141 It's Time To Go Home
142 Heaven
143 You Can't Stop Love
144 Little Heartbreaker
145 Holding on to Nothing
146 Love And Luck
147 99-1/2 Won't Do
148 Too Much Month (At the End of the Money)
149 Lifes Ups And Downs
150 There's A Rainbow (At The End Of Every Storm)
151 The Wild One
152 Mississippi Railroad Blues
153 Stone Blind
154 Truck Driver's Blues
155 Don't Leave Home Without Jesus

Marty Stuart Bio

John Martin "Marty" Stuart (born September 30, 1958) is an American country music singer-songwriter, known for both his traditional style, and eclectic merging of rockabilly, honky tonk, and traditional country music. In the early 1990s, he had a successful string of Country hits.

Born as John Martin Stuart in Philadelphia, Mississippi on September 30, 1958, Marty Stuart has become known as one of country music's most eclectic artists, performing and recording diverse types of country music. He is of French, English, Choctaw, and Colombian descent.