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The complete works : a 128 song legacy of his music

by Williams, Hank, 1923-1953.

Format: Music Score 1989
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
Available (1)
Location Collection Call #
CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks q M1630.18.W538 H3 1989x
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks
 
Call Number  q M1630.18.W538 H3 1989x
 
 
Contents
Alabama waltz
Alone and forsaken
The angel of death
Are you lonely too
Cajun baby
Are you walking & a-talking for the Lord
Baby, we're really in love
Bayou pon pon
The blues come around
California Zephyr
Calling you
Cold, cold heart
Countryfied
Dear brother
Everything's okay
For me there is no place
I just didn't have the heart to say goodbye
Forever's a long, long time
The funeral
Help me understand
Hey, good lookin'
A home in heaven
Homesick
Honey, do you love me, huh?
Honky tonk blues
Honky tonkin'
A house of gold
A house without love
How can you refuse him now
Howlin' at the moon
I ain't got nothing but time
I can't escape from you
I can't get you off my mind
I can't help it (if I'm still in love with you)
I could never be ashamed of you
I don't care (If tomorrow never comes)
I heard you crying in your sleep
I just don't like this kind of livin'
I lost the only love I knew
I saw the light
I wish you didn't love me so much
I'll never get out of this world alive
I won't be home no more
I'd still want you
If I didn't love you
If you'll be a baby (To me)
I'll be a bach'lor till I die
I'm a long gone daddy
I'm going home
I'm gonna sing
I'm just crying 'cause I care
I'm so lonesome I could cry
I'm so tired of it all
I'm Yvonne (of the bayou)
I'm sorry for you, my friend
Is this goodbye
I've been down that road before
Jambalaya (On the bayou)
Jesus died for me
Jesus is calling
Jesus remembered me
Just me and my broken heart
Just waitin'
Kaw-liga
Long gone lonesome blues
Last night I dreamed of heaven
Let's turn back the years
Little Bosephus
The little house we built
Lost on the river
Low down blues
A mansion on the hill
May you never be alone
Me and my broken heart
Men with broken hearts
A message to my mother
Minni-ha-cha
Moanin' the blues
Mind your own business
Mother is gone
Move it on over
My son calls another man daddy
My cold, cold heart is melted now
My heart won't let me go
My heart would know
My love for you (has turned to hate)
My sweet love ain't around
'Neath a cold gray tomb of stone
Never again (will I knock on your door)
Never been so lonesome
Nobody's lonesome for me
No, not now
On the banks of the old Pontchartrain
On the evening train
Pan American
(I'm praying for the day that) Peace will come
A picture from life's other side
Where do I go from here
Please make up your mind
Ramblin' man
Ready to go home
Rockin' chair daddy
Singing waterfall
Six more miles
Somebody's lonesome
A stranger in the night
A teardrop on a rose
There'll be no teardrops tonight
There's a tear in my beer
There's nothing as sweet as my baby
Wealth won't save your soul
Wearin' out your walkin' shoes
Weary blues from waitin'
We're getting closer to the grave each day
When God comes and gathers his jewels
When the book of life is read
When you're tired of breaking other hearts
Why don't you love me
You broke your own heart
Why should I cry
Why should we try anymore
You better keep it on your mind
You can't take my memories of you.

Additional Information
Subjects Country music -- To 1951.
Country music -- 1951-1960.
Publisher Miami, Fla. :CPP/Belwin,1989
Other Titles Works.
Contributors DeLisa, Jeannette, editor.
Language English
Notes Country songs.
For voice and piano, with chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams.
Description 1 score (279 pages) ; 31 cm
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