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I hope you enjoy these Country and International Karaokes I have created on one of the following:
Farfisa G7, Ketron SD 5, Solton X 1, Yamaha Tyros 2, and/or the Yamaha Psr9000 keyboards.
Please do not strip them, or use on commercial sites without my permission. Thank you.

Song Title Artist - Comments Size/Time
Hank And The Hobo Writen and recorded by Boxcar Willie. With a name like Boxcar Willie you know the man had some good hobo songs. The son of a railroad man, Lecil Martin adopted the Boxcar Willie persona after he retired from his first career as an Air Force pilot; you’d probably do the same thing if your folks named you "Lecil". 47kb - 2:06mpt
How Many Tears From Now James Travis Reeves (August 20, 1923–July 31, 1964) was an American country and pop music singer-songwriter popular in the 1950s and 1960s who also gained a wide international following for his pioneering smooth Nashville sound. Known as Gentleman Jim, his songs continued to chart for years following his death at age 40 in a private airplane crash. He is a member of the Country Music and Texas Country Music Halls of Fame. 48kb - 2:44mpt
I Don't Need A Picture To Remind Me Of You Declan Nerny is one of Ireland's leading entertainers specialising in his own unique style of Country and Irish music. 84kb - 3:01mpt
I Knew The Moment I Lost You From Merle Haggard's 1970 album, "A Tribute to the Best Damn Fiddle Player (Or My Salute to Bob Wills), which brought attention to lesser-known songs like "Brain Cloudy Blues", "I Knew the Moment I Lost You," and "Old-Fashioned Love." 50kb - 2:47mpt
I Love The Sound Of A Whistle Boxcar Willie was perhaps the most successful invented character in the history of country music. With his kitschy persona and stage act — highlighted by his amazingly accurate impersonation of a train whistle — Willie played into the stereotype of the lovable, good-natured hobo who spent his life riding the rails and singing songs. 75kb - 2:18mpt
I Need You Now "I Need You Now" is a popular song written by Al Jacobs and Jimmie Crane. Lawrence Hankins Locklin (February 15, 1918–March 8, 2009), better known as Hank Locklin, was an American country music singer-songwriter who covered "I Need You Now" in 1964. 38kb - 2:40mpt
I Still Love You The Irish duo, Mick Foster & Tony Allen have been perfecting their Celtic stylings since the mid-'70s, earning top honors overseas and among the worldbeat charts. 50kb - 3:09mpt
I Threw Away The Rose From Merles 1995 release of "The Lonesome Fugitive: The Merle Haggard Anthology (1963-1977)", and composed by him. 49kb - 3:12mpt
I Wake Up Every Morning With A Smile On My Face Composed by Boxcar Willie and featured on "The Best Of Boxcar Willie" on the Hallmark Recordings (UK) label, April 24, 2001. 25kb - 1:51mpt
I Wanna Do It With You From "Here Comes the Night" which is the twelfth album by singer-songwriter Barry Manilow. The album was recorded at Sound City Recording Studios in Van Nuys, California. The United Kingdom release went by the title "I Wanna Do It With You". It was released in 1982, and it scored single platinum. 106kb - 4:31mpt
I Wonder What She'll Think About Me Leaving Composed and performed by Merle Haggard, and covered by Conway Twitty, and Ronnie Milsap. 74kb - 3:42mpt
I'll Be Home "I'll Be Home" is a 1956 song that was a hit for singer Pat Boone. It was written by Ferdinand Washington and Stan Lewis and produced by Randy Wood. It was a number one hit in the United Kingdom, spanding five weeks at #1, and 24 weeks on the charts altogether. It peaked at #6 on the US Billboard charts. 38kb - 4:11mpt
I'll Leave This World Loving You "I'll Leave This World Loving You" is a country music song written by Wayne Kemp and Mack Vickery and recorded by American country music singer Ricky Van Shelton. Released as the lead-off single to his 1988 second album, Loving Proof, it became the fourth consecutive Number One single of Shelton's career, as well as his first multi-week Number One. 28kb - 3:20mpt
I'm A Fool Though he was once known as "America's Favorite Folksinger," Slim Whitman was, for the majority of his career, more famous in Europe than in the United States. Best remembered for his early-'50s hit singles like "Love Song of the Waterfall," "Indian Love Call," and "Singing Hills," Whitman was an excellent yodeler known for singing mellow, romantic, and clean-cut songs. 47kb - 2:57mpt
I'm Still Not Over You Ronnie Lee Milsap (born January 16, 1943) is a Grammy Award-winning American country music singer and musician. He was one of country’s most popular and influential artists in the 1970s and 1980s. He became country music’s first blind superstar. 55kb - 2:47mpt
In The Ashes Of An Old Love Affair Martin David Robinson (September 26, 1925–December 8, 1982), known professionally as Marty Robbins, was an American singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. One of the most popular and successful country and Western singers of his era, for most of his nearly four-decade career, Robbins was rarely far from the country music charts, and several of his songs also became pop hits. 45kb - 2:42mpt
In The Valley Of The Rio Grande In addition to his recordings and performances, Robbins was an avid race car driver, competing in 35 career NASCAR races with six top 10 finishes, including the 1973 Daytona 500. 50kb - 3:38mpt
It's Almost Tomorrow "It's Almost Tomorrow" is a 1955 popular song with music by Gene Adkinson and lyrics by Wade Buff. The song was actually written in 1953. It was recorded by Jo Stafford. The song reached #6 on the Cash Box chart, where all versions were combined. Jo Stafford, a singer who was a favorite of soldiers during World War II and whose recordings made the pop music charts dozens of times in the 1950s. 42kb - 3:54mpt
Kentucky Gambler "Kentucky Gambler" is a 1974 song written and performed by Dolly Parton. That same year, Merle Haggard, covered "Kentucky Gambler" where it became his nineteenth number one song on the country chart. 70kb - 2:38mpt
Land Of Enchantment Michael Martin Murphey (born March 14, 1945) is an American singer-songwriter. He is best known for writing and performing Western music as well as country and pop. 52kb - 3:11mpt
Life Is What You Make It This is NOT the Marvin Hamlisch/Johnny Mercer, or Hannah Montana song. An Irish showband called the "Indians" recorded it. Also Irish singer "Dominic Kirwan". 44kb - 2:59mpt
Little Rich Girl Composed and performed by Marty Robbins in 1962. 36kb - 3:15mpt
Love Or Something Like It "Love or Something Like It" is the title of a 1978 hit single performed by Kenny Rogers. The song was written by Rogers and Steven Glassmeyer (a member of Rogers's backing band) and would be Kenny Rogers' third number one on the country chart. The single stayed at number one for one week and spent a total of ten weeks on the country chart. 42kb - 2:27mpt
Married By The Bible, Divorced By The Law Composed by John Rector, and Neva Starns, and performed by Hank Snow in 1962. 31kb - 2:50mpt
Mexican Rose Composed and performed by Freddy Fender (June 4, 1937 – October 14, 2006). Fender was an American Tejano, country and rock and roll musician, known for his work as a solo artist and in the groups Los Super Seven and the Texas Tornados. 84kb - 2:47mpt
My Dingaling "My Ding-a-Ling" was a 1972 novelty hit record for Chuck Berry, and his only U.S. number-one single on the pop charts. Later that year the song was on the album The London Chuck Berry Sessions. 77kb - 3:16mpt
No One To Sing For (But The Band) Composed by Merle Haggard and from his 1980 album, "The Way I Am" 52kb - 3:33mpt
Play Born To Lose Again Actual title is "(After Sweet Memories) Play Born to Lose Again". Composed by Kent Robbins for Ronnie Milsap's 1975 album, "Night Things". 30kb - 2:56mpt
Puttin' On The Style Puttin' On the Style was a 1957 hit for skiffle artist Lonnie Donegan, and reached #1 in the UK charts in June and July 1957, where it spent two weeks in this position. The song was written by Norman Cazden, and produced by Alan Freeman and Michael Barclay. 114kb - 3:34mpt
Railroad Bum, A Composed by J.A. Balthrop for the 1962 Jim Reeves album, "The Country Side of Jim Reeves" 40kb - 2:54mpt
Rainbow Stew Charted #4 in 1981 for Merle Haggard from the album by the same name. Also known as an anti-war song. 85kb - 2:10mpt
Return To Me Composed by Danny DiMinno, Carmen Lomba and made popular by Dean Martin (June 7, 1917 – December 25, 1995). Properly known as "Ritorna-Me" 28kb - 2:30mpt
River Road Crystal Gayle (born Brenda Gail Webb on January 9, 1951) is an American country music singer best known for a series of country-pop crossover hits in the late 1970s and early 1980s 73kb - 2:51mpt
Rock-A-Beatin' Boogie Written by Bill Haley, and recorded in 1956 for his "Rock Around The Clock, (Extended)" album. 82kb - 2:42mpt

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