Listen free to Lefty Frizzell – Time Out For The Blues (Forbidden Lovers, The Darkest Moment and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. William Orville 'Lefty' Frizzell (March 31, 1928 – July 19, 1975) was an American country music singer-songwriter of the 1950s and a leading exponent of the Honky Tonk style of country music. Frizzell was born in Corsicana, Texas, but moved with his family shortly after his birth to El Dorado, Arkansas, where they remained until the early 1940s.
Time Out for the Blues. This song is by Lefty Frizzell and appears on the album Mom and Dad's Waltz (1967). Well, the mail don't come and the phone don't ringLost all I had, lost everythingBut now you're gone what can I doI'm gonna take time out for the blues. Baby, you don't know what you've done to meYou've filled my life with miseryI keep walking the floor, I wore out my shoesI'm gonna take time, time out for the blues. 105. I Love You A Thousand Ways. 106. If You'Ve Got The Money I'Ve Got The Time. 107. I Want To Be With You Always. 108. Mom And Dad's Waltz. 109. Darling Let's Turn Back The Years. 111. Why Should I Be Lonely. 112. Signed, Sealed And Delivered. 313. Not This Time (Lefty). 314. Why Didn'T You Tell Me Our Love Was Wrong. 315. Forever And Always. 316. 317. Please Don'T Stay Away So Long (1). 318. Please Don'T Stay Away So Long (2). 319. You Have Never Been Known To Be Wrong.
Página Inicial L Lefty Frizzell Time Out For The Blues. exibições 4. Time Out For The Blues. Well the mail don't come and the phone don't ring Lost all i had lost everything But now you're gone what can i do I'm gonna take t-ime out for the blues. Baby you don't know what you've done to me You've filled my life with misery I keep walking the floor i wore out my shoes I'm gonna take t-ime time out for the blues.
Well the mail don't come and the phone don't ring Lost all i had lost everything But now you're gone what can i do I'm gonna take t-ime out for the blues. Yeah when i come home you was never there You didn't think u-mm you didn't care But it's too late now honey i've got some news I'm gonna take t-ime out for the blues.
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Long Black Veil" is a 1959 country ballad, written by Danny Dill and Marijohn Wilkin and originally recorded by Lefty Frizzell. It is told from the point of view of a man falsely accused of murder and executed. He refuses to provide an alibi, since on the night of the murder he was having an affair with his best friend's wife, and would rather die and take their secret to his grave than admit the truth
|The Darkest Moment||2:56|
|Looking For You||2:50|
|Always Late (With Your Kisses)||3:08|
|Farther Than My Eyes Can See||2:16|
|Cigarettes And Coffee Blues||2:36|
|Forever (And Always)||2:28|
|No One To Talk To (But The Blues)||2:27|
|Don't Let Her See Me Cry||2:11|
|I Feel Sorry For Me||2:18|
|My Blues Will Pass||2:30|
|So What! Let It Rain||2:15|
|Time Out For The Blues||2:29|
|A Few Steps Away||2:51|
|SR-4002||Lefty Frizzell||Time Out For The Blues (LP, Comp)||Southern Routes||SR-4002||US||2015|
|SR-4002||Lefty Frizzell||Time Out For The Blues (CD, Comp)||Southern Routes||SR-4002||Europe||2016|