9 thoughts on “ So Doggone Lonesome - Johnny Cash - This Is Gold (CD) ”

  1. So Doggone Lonesome Johnny Cash. Produced by Sam Phillips. Album Johnny Cash With His Hot and Blue Guitar. So Doggone Lonesome Lyrics [Verse 1] I do my best to hide this lowdown feeling.
  2. So Doggone Lonesome This song is by Johnny Cash and appears on the album With His Hot and Blue Guitar () on the album Now Here's Johnny Cash () on the album All Aboard the Blue Train () on the album Sun Years ().
  3. Jul 21,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Johnny Cash - So doggone lonesome Lyrics YouTube Sunday Morning Coming Down Johnny Cash Lyrics - Duration: craig sherwood 1,, views.
  4. And that I get so doggone lonesome Time stands still when you're a waitin' Sometimes I think my heart is stoppin' too One lonely hour seems forever Sixty minutes more to wait for you But I guess I'll keep waitin' till you're with me 'Cause I believe that lovin' you is right But I don't care if the sun don't rise tomorrow If I can't have you.
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  6. The Best of Rockabilly. Orby Records Spotlights Johnny Cash. Country Legend, Vol. Bigger Than Life Collection. Train of Love. The Complete Sun Recordings I Walk the Line: 25 Greatest Hits. Collection [Madacy Box Revised]. Open Road. Walk the Line. The So Doggone Lonesome - Johnny Cash - The Sun Years Country Hits of Original Greatest Hits. The.
  7. About So Doggone Lonesome "So Doggone Lonesome" is a song written by country singer Johnny Cash. He and his band (The Tennessee Two) recorded the song in a studio session at Sun Records studios at Union Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee; the session took place on July 30, , when the trio also recorded "Luther Played The Boogie" (a homage to the group's lead guitarist, Luther Perkins) .
  8. Johnny Cash - So Doggone Lonesome E = B7 = x A = ***** Use Capo on the second fret All Chords in relation to the capo Intro B7 E I'd do my best to hide this low down feelin B7 I'd try to make belive there nothin wrong E A But there always asking me about you darlin E B7 E And it hurts me so to tell them that your gone E If they ask me I guess I'd be denien B7 That'd I'd been.
  9. "So Doggone Lonesome" is a song written and recorded by American country music singer Johnny ndiszadepedezopecuadiscjergini.coinfo and his band (The Tennessee Two) recorded the song in a studio session at Sun Records studios at Union Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee; the session took place on July 30, , when the trio also recorded "Luther Played The Boogie" (a homage to the group's lead guitarist, Luther Perkins) .

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