Bill Anderson - Quits. Artist: Bill Anderson. Album: They Made Country Music History, Vol. 1. Release year: 2017. Download Bill Anderson - Quits. They Made Country Music History, Vol. 1: Best 1 songs. Merle Haggard - Right or Wrong 02:56. Bill Anderson: best 2 tracks. Bill Anderson - I'm Leaving It up to You Candy Apple Red, 2016 02:10. Bill Anderson - Pass Me Not Oh Gentle Savior Bill Anderson Forever, 2015 03:45.
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Lyrics for album: Bill Anderson's Greatest Hits (1997). Bright Lights And Country Music. Lyrics for album: Greatest Hits 2 (1997). Lyrics for album: Best Of Bill Anderson (1991). Green, Green Grass Of Home. My life (throw it away if i want to). Still. You're still the only one i'll ever love. Lyrics for album: Ladies Choice (1979). Double s. I can't wait any longer. Ladies get lonesome too.
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Bill Anderson - Quits lyrics lyrics: We couldn't call it love cause it really wasn't love anymore Yet we couldn't call it hate cause. Album: 12 Classics Five Star Collection. We couldn't call it love cause it really wasn't love anymore Yet we couldn't call it hate cause there's no way to hate Someone you've loved so much before We couldn't call it livin' cause it wasn't still alive We couldn't call it dead cause it refused to die We ran out of anything to. call it so we called it quits Quits quits we called it quits it sounds like the easy way out but oh when it hits The longer you live with someone you can't live with the harder it gets We called it magic then.
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Bill Anderson, AKA "Whisperin' Bill", is a country singer and songwriter born November 1, 1937 in Columbia, South Carolina. He wrote his first song, "Carry Me Home to Texas" in the late 1940s and formed his first band in 1952. Whilst studying for his journalism degree at the University of Georgia and working as a disc jockey, he wrote "City Lights", which Ray Price recorded in 1958 and took to No. 1 for 13 weeks. Having permanently moved to Nashville a year before, Anderson joined the Grand Ole Opry as a cast member in 1961. In 1965, he began appearing in his own syndicated television series, "The Bill Anderson Show", which stayed on the air for 9 years. During this time, he was married to Bette Anderson. He was elected to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1975 and to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001.
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