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Ricky Skaggs Lyrics

Genre: Country

Ricky Skaggs Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Crying My Heart Out Over You (1982)
2 I Had But 50 Cents
3 Branded Wherever I Go
4 City That Lies Foursquare
5 I Wouldn't Change You If I Could
6 What Is A Home Without Love
7 New Star Shining - Ricky Skaggs
8 This Old House
9 There's More Pretty Girls Than One
10 Green Pastures In The Sky
11 This World Is Not My Home
12 Why Did You Wander
13 God Holds The Future In His Hands
14 Something in My Heart
15 You've Got A Lover (1983)
16 Let It Be You
17 Foggy River
18 I've Got a New Heartache
19 Don't Get Above Your Raising
20 Enjoy The Ride
21 Little Maggie
22 Restless
23 Country Boy
24 Cryin' My Heart Out Over You
25 I Run To You
26 Walls Of Time
27 Lonesome Night
28 Lonesome And Dry As A Bone
29 Sinners, You Better Get Ready
30 From The Word Love
31 A Work of Love
32 Ridin' That Midnight Train
33 Next to You, Next to Me
34 When I'm Good And Gone
35 Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies
36 Brand New Strings
37 Pickin' In Caroline
38 Can't Shake Jesus
39 I'm Tired
40 Another Night
41 Don't Cheat in Our Hometown
42 Forever's Not Long Enough
43 Uncle Pen
44 On the Road Again
45 Spread A Little Love Around
46 You'll Find God
47 Cajun Moon
48 Drunken Driver
49 Same Ol' Love
50 If I Needed You
51 Somehow Tonight
52 Think Of What You've Done
53 Toy Heart
54 Appalachian Joy
55 Fire From the Sky
56 I Don't Care
57 Nothing Beats A Family
58 Gone Home
59 I Was Meant To Love You
60 I Hope You've Learned
61 Hold Whatcha Got
62 Give Us A Happy Home
63 Blue Night
64 If I Had It All Again To Do
65 Calloway
66 I'm Awake Now
67 Thanks Again
68 Things In Life
69 Are You Afraid To Die
70 It Takes Three
71 When You're Lonely
72 Home Is Wherever You Are
73 Love Does It Everytime
74 Instead
75 Spontaneous Worship
76 You Can't Hurt Ham
77 A Voice From On High
78 Reasons To Hang On
79 Love's Gonna Get You Someday
80 You Don't Count The Cost
81 Don't Get Above Your Raising (1981)
82 Why Did I Wait So Long?
83 Make God First
84 Someday Soon
85 Music To My Ears
86 Remember The Cross
87 Hold On Tight (Let It Go)
88 Talk About Suffering
89 Cajun Moon (1986)
90 My Father's Son
91 Mosaic
92 Get Up John
93 What You Are Waiting For
94 You've Got A Lover
95 No Doubt About It
96 Hearts Like Ours
97 The Old Crossroad
98 Life's Too Long (To Live Like This)
99 Monroe Dancin'
100 My Cup Runneth Over
101 Have You Someone In Heaven Awaiting
102 New Jerusalem
103 Somebody's Prayin'
104 Be Kind
105 Cat's In The Cradle
106 Jacob's Vision
107 Uncle Pen (1984)
108 You May See Me Walkin'
109 Rawhide
110 Picture
111 Heartbreak Hurricane
112 Soldier's Son
113 Heartbroke
114 I Ain't Never
115 Honey (Open That Door)
116 You Make Me Feel Like A Man
117 Highway 40 Blues
118 Return to Sender
119 Tennessee Stud - Tribute to Doc Watson
120 Don't Get Above Your Raisin'
121 Goin' Back To Old Kentucky
122 When
123 Ricky Skaggs - Cajun Moon
124 Somebody's Prayin' - Ricky Skaggs
125 Shepherd's Voice
126 Crying My Heart Out Over You
127 Loving You Too Well
128 I Wonder If I Care As Much
129 It's Mighty Dark To Travel
130 Sally Jo
131 (Angel on My Mind) That's Why I'm Walkin'
132 Sweetheart You Done Me Wrong
133 You Can't Take It With You When You Go
134 You Are Something Else
135 Hummingbird
136 Sis' Draper
137 Colonel Prentiss
138 Old Kind of Love
139 The Old Home
140 Hallelujah I'm Ready
141 Little Cabin Home On The Hill
142 Woman You Won't Break Mine
143 Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line
144 Love Can't Ever Get Better Than This
145 1st Corinthians 1:18
146 Lovin' Only Me
147 Can't You Hear Me Calling
148 If I Lose
149 The Solid Rock
150 A Simple Life
151 He Was on to Somethin'

Ricky Skaggs Bio

Ricky Lee Skaggs (born July 18, 1954) is an American country and bluegrass singer, musician, producer, and composer. He primarily plays mandolin; however, he also plays fiddle, guitar, mandocaster and banjo.

Skaggs was born in Cordell, Kentucky. He started playing music at age 5 after he was given a mandolin by his father, Hobert. At age 6, he played mandolin and sang on stage with Bill Monroe. At age 7, he appeared on television's Martha White country music variety show, playing with Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs. He also wanted to audition for the Grand Ole Opry at that time, but was told he was too young.

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