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Yesterday When I Was Young - Roy Clark
So many of those yesterdays have been lived. --------- It seems the love I've known Has always been the most destructive kind I guess that's why now I feel so old Before my ...Show More
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Ain't Misbehavin"
An old, old song, sung (attempted) by an old, old Q. ----------------- Ain't misbehavin' No one to talk with All by myself No one to walk with I'm happy on the shelf Ain't ...Show More
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Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound - real karaoke - Hank Williams Jr.
One take, no finagling, just what you'd get if I was on stage, no retakes. Stepping away from the Irish, the theme, not the whiskey.
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Dear Old Donegal (St Paddy's Day)
Saw this on YouTube and couldn't resist singing with the Band Of The Irish Guards on St Patrick's Day. Get that Guinness down ya troat, it'll put 'airs on ya chest. Have a grea...Show More
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I Believe In You
Remembering Don Williams
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Propagate The Species  (Original)
Please take this with a pinch of salt, no offence intended. I was 36 (1979) when I wrote this and used to perform it as a comedy number with the group I was with at the time but di...Show More
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Santa's 'ampshire 'elpers (Original)
I wrote and recorded this a good few years ago and as it is CHRISTmas I thought I'd make all you that have heard it before, suffer it again....hahaha....MERRY CHRISTMAS ONE AND ALL...Show More
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On A Snowy Christmas Night
Of all the CHRISTmas songs that the king did, I think this has got to be one of the best. No one will ever take his place but I hope you like my cover. Take care and have a great h...Show More
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White Christmas
May your days be merry and bright, and may all your CHRISTmasses be whatever you want them to be....Take care.
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Thank The Lord For The Night Time
This is a snappy Neil Diamond song that doesn't get any play at karaoke.
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I Love How you Love Me
a song written by Barry Mann and Larry Kolber. It was a 1961 Top Five hit for the pop girl group the Paris Sisters,
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