Jimmy Elledge - Pink Dally Rue / (I'd Be) A Legend in My Time album flac
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|A||Pink Dally Rue
Written By – Don Gant, Norris Wilson
|B||(I'd Be) A Legend in My Time
Written-By – Don Gibson
- Producer – Wesley Rose
|45-1363||Jimmy Elledge||Pink Dally Rue / (I'd Be) A Legend in My Time (7", Single, 4 P)||Hickory Records||45-1363||UK||1965|
|45-1363||Jimmy Elledge||Pink Dally Rue / (I'd Be) A Legend in My Time (7", Single)||Hickory Records||45-1363||US||1965|
1. Let Me Love You a Little (So I Can Love You a Lot). 2. I Just Walked in Your Heart Last Night. 3. A Good Woman's Love's (Not Easy to Find). 4. She Should Save Some Lovin' for a Rainy Day. Jimmy Elledge. 5. I'd Be a Legend in My Time.
Funny How Time Slips Away (Album). Pink Dally Rue, (I'd Be) A Legend in My Time (Single).
I'd Be a Legend in My Time - She Should Save Some Lovin' For A Rainy Day, World Of Lavendar Lace, A Good Woman's Love's (Not Easy to Find) and 9 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Pink Dally Rue. Follow Every Rainbow. The Darkest Part Of Night (Is Dawn).
I'd Be A Legend In My Time. I'd Be) A legend In My Time, Debbie Lori Kaye, 1967. Jimmy Elledge - Penny's Worth of Happiness. Top Songs By Jimmy Elledge. 1. Funny How Time Slips Away. One By One. 8.
Jimmy Elledge (January 8, 1943 – June 10, 2012) was an American country musician. Born in Nashville, Tennessee, Elledge sent a demo tape to Chet Atkins when he was 18 years old, which resulted in a recording contract with RCA Victor. His second recording for the label was "Funny How Time Slips Away", which was written by Willie Nelson and produced by Atkins. The song became a hit, peaking at No. 22 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1961, and sold over one million copies . Penny's Worth Of Happiness. you can't stop a man in love. 9. 10. I Become A Husband Again.
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(I'd Be) A Legend in My Time" is a song written and recorded by Don Gibson in 1960. It appeared as the B-side of his hit "Far Far Away", from the album Sweet Dreams. Gibson re-recorded the song on the 1972 album Country Green. Frequently covered, the song is usually titled without the parenthetical lead. Versions have been recorded by Connie Francis, Johnny Cash (on the album American V: A Hundred Highways), Waylon Jennings, B. B. King, Timi Yuro, and Frank Ifield, among others.
Albums I'd Be a Legend in My Time, Hickory Days Similar People Joe Hinton, Narvel Felts, Gale Garnett, Billy Walker, Emile Berliner. Jimmy elledge funny how time slips away stereo. Jimmy Elledge (January 8, 1943 – June 10, 2012) was an American country musician. Funny how time slips away by jimmy elledge. His second recording for the label was "Funny How Time Slips.
If they gave gold statuettes For tears and regrets I'd be a legend in my time. But they don't give awards And there's no praise or fame For a heart that's been broken Over love that's in vain. If lonliness meant world acclaim Everyone would know my name I'd be a legend in my time. I’d Be A Legend In My Time" Track Info.