Kenny Rogers is the second studio album by Kenny Rogers from United Artists Records, released worldwide in 1977. The album marked his first major solo success following the minor success of Love Lifted Me in 1976. The album produced two singles. The first single, 1976's "Laura (What He's Got That I Ain't Got?)", peaked at This song was originally a country hit for Leon Ashley in 1967.
Kenny is the eighth studio album by Kenny Rogers, released in 1979. It includes the singles "Coward of the County" and "You Decorated My Life. Goodbye Marie" was first recorded by Johnny Rodriguez on his March 1979 album, Rodriguez Was Here, and then later recorded by Bobby Goldsboro, charting as a single for him in 1981.
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Kenny Rogers – Planet Texas Lyrics. from album: Something Inside So Strong (1989). They rode like they was Rangers as they came out of the skies They had High-Tech horses with beacons in their eyes My gun was cocked and ready when I looked into their face I seen they just weren't just common buck-a-roos born of the human race No, sir, these Cowboys came from space. Their shootin' irons shot laser light and their spurs was anodized Bandanas caked with stardust and their jeans was pressurized Well he handed me a halter, said, "Tighten up the girth.
Kenny Rogers is the second studio album by Kenny Rogers from United Artists Records, released worldwide in 1977. In 1977, Kenny gained stardom with the single "Lucille", which climbed to the top of the country charts (both in the .
Not long after Rogers jumped from RCA to Reprise, his new label home approved a bizarre tune likening aliens from outer space to stereotypical Texans as the opening track of and second single for the otherwise serious 1989 album Something Inside So Strong.
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