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Merle Haggard - No One To Sing For (But The Band) / Misery And Gin mp3 download Performer: Merle Haggard
Album: No One To Sing For (But The Band) / Misery And Gin
Country: US
Released: 1980
Size MP3: 1484 mb.
Size FLAC: 1376 mb.
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Misery and Gin" is a song written by Snuff Garrett and John Durrill, and recorded by American country music artist Merle Haggard. It was released in June 1980 as the first single from the album Back to the Barrooms. Misery and Gin" reached number 3 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and peaked at number 4 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks.

No One To Sing For (But The Band). Written-By – Merle Haggard.

Misery And Gin" lyrics. Merle Haggard Lyrics. But here I am again mixing misery and gin Sittin' with all my friends and talkin' to myself I look like I'm havin' a good time but any fool can tell That this honky tonk heaven really makes you feel like hell. album: "Back To The Barrooms" (1980). Misery And Gin Back To The Barrooms Again Make-Up And Faded Blue Jeans Ever-Changing Woman Easy Come, Easy Go I Don't Want To Sober Up Tonight Can't Break The Habit Our Paths May Never Cross I Don't Have Any More Love Songs Leonard I Think I'll Just Stay Here And Drink.

But here I am again, mixin' misery and gin. Sittin' with all my friends and talkin' to myself. I look like I'm havin' a good time but any fool can tell, That this Honky Tonk Heaven really makes ya' feel like hell. I light a lonely woman's cigarette, We both start talkin' 'bout what we want to forget. Her life story and mine are the same. We both lost someone and only have ourselves to blame. But here I am again, mixin' misery and gin. Sittin' with all my friends and talkin' to myself

the band They always say I& singin& grandBut if you listen close you& understandWhy there& no one to sing for but the bandI had a friend in Houston, thought I was somethin& elseShe moved on to another town in spite of the way she feltMy family can& kid me anymoreThey never really liked my songs beforeNow I& all. grown up I& a full grown lonely manAnd there& no one to sing for but the bandNo there& no one to sing for but the band They always say I& doin& grandBut if you listen close you& understandWhy there& no . .

Misery and Gin Performed by Merle Hagard. Verse 1: D Memories and drinks don't mix too well. G And jukebox records don't play those wedding bells. C Starin' at the world through the bottom of a glass, D D7 All I see is a man who's fading fast. Verse 2: D Tonight I need that woman again. G What I'd give for my baby to just walk in. C Sit down beside me and say it's alright. D D7 Take me home and make sweet love to me tonight. Chorus G G7 C But here I am again, mixin' misery and gin. D D7 G Sittin' with all my friends and talkin' to myself. G. A. D. We both start talkin' 'bout what we want to forget. A7. F G. E7.

Tracklist

A No One To Sing For (But The Band) 3:32
B Misery And Gin 2:49

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MCA-41255 Merle Haggard Misery And Gin ‎(7", Single) MCA Records MCA-41255 US 1980
MCA-41255 Merle Haggard Misery And Gin / No One To Sing For (But The Band) ‎(7", Single) MCA Records MCA-41255 US 1980