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T. Texas Tyler - Deck Of Cards album flac

  • Performer: T. Texas Tyler
  • Album: Deck Of Cards
  • FLAC: 1328 mb | MP3: 1349 mb
  • Released: 1986
  • Country: US
  • Style: Country
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 956
  • Format: MP1 AHX XM ASF APE VOC MP2
T. Texas Tyler - Deck Of Cards album flac

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A Deck Of Cards
Written By – T. Texas Tyler
B Remember Me
Written By – G. Hodge

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GT4-2060 T. Texas Tyler Deck Of Cards / Remember Me ‎(7", RE) Gusto Records GT4-2060 US Unknown
45-8015 T. Texas Tyler Deck Of Cards / Remember Me ‎(7", Single, RE) Starday Records 45-8015 US Unknown

I Came up with a good idea for this song. Hope You like the way I put it together. I Do Not Own The Rights For This. Only The Video portion.

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Album by T. Texas Tyler. Dad Gave My Dog Away. Ida Red. Beautiful Morning Glory. You Were Only Teasin' Me. Home in San Antone. You'll Still Be in My Heart. I'm Gonna Get Mad (and Leave You). Tell Your Lies to the Man in the Moon.

Primary Artist, Vocals.

The Deck of Cards" is a recitation song that was popularized in the fields of both country and popular music, first during the late 1940s. This song, which relates the tale of a young American soldier arrested and charged with playing cards during a church service, first became a hit in the . in 1948 by country musician T.

Album · 1957 · 4 Songs. Gusto's Top Hits: Deck of Cards - EP T. Listen on Apple Music.

Following the death of his first wife, Claudia, in 1968, Tyler remarried and settled down in Springfield, MO, where he preached to a local congregation and also performed occasionally. T. Texas Tyler - Deck Of Cards. T Texas Tyler & His Oklahoma Melody Boys - Guitar Boogie Woogie (1946 Pre Rockabilly). Texas Tyler - Remember Me.