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Don Williams – Sing Me Back Home (Official Video)

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Legendary country artist Don Williams performed this beautiful country music, “Sing Me Back Home” that was popularized by Merle Haggard.

Don was popularly known as “the Gentle Giant” and this nickname was bestowed on him in the early ’70s, when he began a string of countrypolitan hits that ran into the early ’90s. Don Williams‘s ballads were immensely popular in the course of his career and he had a total of 17 number one hits.

Sing Me Back Home Lyrics

The warden led a prisoner down the hallway to his doom
I stood up to say goodbye like all the rest
And I heard him tell the warden just before he reached my cell
“Let my guitar playing friend do my request

“Let him sing me back home with a song I used to hear
Make my old memories come alive
Take me away and turn back the years
Sing me back home before I die

I recall last Sunday morning a choir from off the streets
Came to sing a few old gospel songs
And I heard him tell the singers, “There’s a song my mama sang
Could I hear it once before you move along?

“Sing me back home, the the song I used to hear
Make my old memories come alive
Take me away and turn back the years
Sing me back home before I die

Won’t you sing me back home, the the song I used to hear
Make my old memories come alive
Take me away and turn back the years
Sing me back home before I die
Sing me back home before I die

Source: Musixmatch




Songwriters: Merle Haggard




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