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Ray Price Lyrics

Genre: Country

Ray Price Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Danny Boy
2 Crazy Arms
3 You Done Me Wrong (1956)
4 Pride
5 Am I That Easy To Forget
6 Kiss The World Goodbye
7 O Little Town Of Bethlehem
8 Still
9 Soft Rain
10 Ramblin' Rose
11 Kind Of Love I Can't Forget
12 I Gotta Have My Baby Back
13 For the Good Times
14 Pride Goes Before A Fall
15 The Same Old Me
16 Deep Water
17 I'm Gonna Change Everything
18 Healing Hands Of Time
19 This Thing Of Ours
20 Walk Me To The Door
21 Welcome To My World
22 Set Me Free
23 Lonely Street
24 I Won't Mention It Again
25 Last Letter
26 You're The Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me (1973)
27 I Can't Run Away From Myself
28 Until Death Do Us Part
29 Forgive Me Heart
30 Time
31 Help Me Make It Through The Night
32 I Can See You
33 My Confession
34 Funny How Time Slips Away
35 My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You
36 In My Life
37 Beyond The Last Mile
38 Whose Heart Are You Breaking Now
39 City Lights
40 Where He Leads Me
41 Together Again
42 How Long Is Forever
43 Between His Goodbye and My Hello
44 Sweet Memories
45 Black And White Lies
46 It Always Will Be
47 In the Garden
48 Take These Chains From My Heart
49 Old Rugged Cross
50 Born To Lose
51 Little Green Apples
52 Until Then
53 Amazing Grace
54 Sweetheart Of The Year
55 Each Time
56 Everything Reminds Me Of You
57 Loving Her Was Easier
58 Better Class Of Losers
59 That's What I Get For Loving You
60 No More Songs To Sing
61 I'd Fight The World
62 The Twenty-Fourth Hour
63 Wondering
64 Invitation to the Blues
65 Bubbles In My Beer
66 Farther Along
67 Thing Called Sadness
68 This Cold War With You
69 Need To Be
70 Your Heart Is Too Crowded
71 Curtain In The Window
72 All Right (i'll Sign The Papers)
73 I Want To Hear It From You
74 Take Me As I Am (or Let Me Go)
75 I Know I'll Never Win Your Love Again
76 I Love You So Much (it Hurts)
77 I'd Rather Be Sorry
78 How Great Thou Art
79 I Fall To Pieces
80 Some Things Never Change
81 Jingle Bells
82 I'm Still Not Over You
83 Jesse Younger
84 My Baby's Gone
85 Little Drummer Boy
86 Rock of Ages
87 Crazy
88 Slowly Dying
89 Love Lifted Me
90 Driftwood On The River
91 Woman Without Love
92 Didn't We
93 O Come All Ye Faithful (adeste Fideles)
94 What A Wonderful World
95 Heart Over Mind
96 By The Time I Get To Phoenix
97 There Goes My Everything
98 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
99 Just For The Record
100 Don't You Ever Get Tired Of Hurting Me
101 Four Walls
102 Peace In The Valley
103 On The South Side Of Chicago
104 Ice Cold Heart
105 Girl I Used to Know
106 Too Many Rivers
107 Body And Soul
108 Margie's At The Lincoln Park Inn
109 Girl At Night
110 Remembering
111 Too Much Love Is Spoiling You
112 Pins And Needles (in My Heart)
113 I Wish I Was Eighteen Again
114 Goin' Away
115 If She Could See Me Now
116 Faded Love
117 Take My Hand Precious Lord
118 Remember Me (I'm The One Who Loves You)
119 Drinking Champagne
120 Walking Slow (And Thinking 'Bout Her)
121 Roly Poly
122 Make Me Wonderful In Her Eyes
123 I Love You Because
124 Oh Yes Darling
125 Night Life
126 Hey La La
127 Bridge Over Troubled Water
128 Only Bridge
129 What A Friend We Have In Jesus
130 She's Got to Be a Saint
131 Many Tears Ago
132 I Wish I Was 18 Again
133 Letters Have No Arms
134 Make the World Go Away
135 Don't Touch Me
136 You Done Me Wrong
137 Who'll Be the First
138 Heartaches by the Number
139 If It's Love (then Bet It All)
140 That's All That Matters
141 Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
142 Burnt Fingers
143 I Can't Help It (if I'm Still In Love With You)
144 Among My Souvenirs
145 Blues Stay Away From Me
146 Greensleeves
147 Release Me
148 What If I Say Goodbye
149 Maiden's Prayer
150 Curtain In The Window (1958)
151 Eye For An Eye
152 You Don't Love Me (but I'll Always Care)
153 I Can't Help It
154 Unloved Unwanted
155 If You Think You're Lonely
156 I Believe
157 Hang Your Head In Shame
158 It's Only Love
159 What's Come Over My Baby
160 The Other Woman (In My Life)
161 Sunday Morning Coming Down
162 When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder
163 I've Got A New Heartache (1956)
164 Cold Day In July
165 You Took Her Off My Hands
166 Wild Side Of Life
167 But I Was Lying
168 Another Bridge To Burn
169 I've Got a New Heartache
170 Affair To Remember
171 Both Sides Of Good Bye
172 I'd Be A Legend In My Time
173 I'm Tired
174 Way To Survive
175 Spanish Eyes
176 You Took My Happy Away
177 Invitation To The Blues (1958)
178 Too Late
179 Swinging Doors
180 Mansion On The Hill
181 That's What Leaving's About
182 If You're Ever Lonely Darling
183 Senses
184 One More Time
185 Silent Night
186 I'll Keep On Loving You
187 Prisoner Of Love
188 After Effects (from Loving You)
189 Gonna Burn Some Bridges
190 Talk To Your Heart (1952)
191 Bright Lights And Blonde Haired Women
192 It Should Be Easier Now
193 The Other Woman
194 Everything That's Beautiful (Reminds Me of You)
195 Talk to Your Heart
196 Beautiful Dreamer
197 Here Comes My Baby Back Again
198 Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes
199 Yesterday
200 You Gave Me A Mountain
201 I'll Be There
202 We Crossed Our Hearts
203 How Big Is God
204 Cold Cold Heart
205 Let Me Talk To You
206 I'll Go to a Stranger
207 Wasted Words
208 Beauty Lies in the Eyes of the Beholder
209 Somewhere
210 Please Don't Leave Me
211 She Wears My Ring
212 You're the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me
213 Faith
214 Hark The Herald Angels Sing
215 Night Life (1963)
216 Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
217 Sing A Sad Song
218 I Lie A Lot
219 You Can't Take it With You
220 Burning Memories
221 Don't You Believe Her

Ray Price Bio

Ray Price (born January 12, 1926) is an American country music singer, songwriter and guitarist. His wide-ranging baritone has often been praised as among the best male voices of country music. Some of his well-known recordings include "Release Me", "Crazy Arms", "Heartaches by the Number", "For the Good Times", "Night Life", and "You're the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me". He was elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1996 and—now in his late 80s—continues to record and tour.

Price, born in Perryville, Texas, served with the U.S. Marines from 1944–1946, and began singing for KRBC in Abilene, Texas during 1948. He joined the Big D Jamboree in Dallas in 1949. He relocated to Nashville in the early 1950s, rooming for a brief time with Hank Williams. When Williams died, Price managed his band, the Drifting Cowboys, and had minor success. He was the first artist to have a success with the song "Release Me" (1954), a top five popular music hit for Engelbert Humperdinck in 1967.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Price_(musician)