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Merle Haggard: “Sing Me Back Home” Live Performance

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Enjoy this classic country song, Sing Me Back Home song written and recorded by American country music artist Merle Haggard and The Strangers. This song was in their fifth studio album by American released in 1968 on Capitol Records and become their third Number 1 hit on the charts.

Here is a list of Merle Haggard’s No. 1 hits on the country singles chart, sorted by their release dates:

  1. “The Fugitive,” 1966
  2. “Branded Man,” 1967
  3. “Sing Me Back Home,” 1967
  4. “The Legend of Bonnie and Clyde,” 1968
  5. “Mama Tried,” 1968
  6. “Hungry Eyes,” 1969
  7. “Workin’ Man Blues,” 1969
  8. “Okie from Muskogee,” 1969
  9. “The Fightin’ Side of Me,” 1970
  10. “Daddy Frank (The Guitar Man),” 1971
  11. “Carolyn,” 1971
  12. “Grandma Harp,” 1972
  13. “It’s Not Love (But it’s Not Bad),” 1972
  14. “I Wonder if They Ever Think of Me,” 1972
  15. “Everybody’s had the Blues,” 1973
  16. “If We Make it Through December,” 1973
  17. “Things Aren’t Funny Anymore,” 1974
  18. “Old Man from the Mountain,” 1974
  19. “Kentucky Gambler,” 1974
  20. “Always Wanting You,” 1975
  21. “Movin’ On,” 1975
  22. “It’s All in the Movies,” 1975
  23. “The Roots of My Raising,” 1976
  24. “Cherokee Maiden,” 1976
  25. “Bar Room Buddies,” with Clint Eastwood, 1980
  26. “I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink,” 1980
  27. “My Favorite Memory,” 1981
  28. “Big City,” 1982
  29. “Yesterday’s Wine,” with George Jones, 1982
  30. “Going Where the Lonely Go,” 1982
  31. “You Take Me For Granted,” 1983
  32. “Poncho and Leftie” with Willie Nelson, 1983
  33. “That’s the Way Love Goes,” 1983
  34. “Someday When Things Are Good,” 1984
  35. “Let’s Chase Each Other Around the Room,” 1984
  36. “A Place to Fall Apart,” with Janie Fricke, 1984
  37. “Natural High,” 1985
  38. “Twinkle, Twinkle Lucky Star,” 1988

Studio Version of Sing Me Back Home

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