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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
Saddest Part of All
This MP3 version is with Lyrics 39kb - 2:55mpt
Sailor The most commercially successful female singer in British chart history, Petula Clark was born November 15, 1932 in Epsom, England. Composed by Fini Busch, Werner Scharfenberger, David West 39kb - 2:55mpt
Satan Cant Hold Me Composed by Orville Stevens, and performed by Jim Reeves, 1959 (?) 30kb - 3:54mpt
She Came Here For The Change In 1999, the U.K.-based Eagle Records released Ronnie Milsap's second and third albums for RCA Victor 1974's Pure Love and the following year's A Legend in My Time as a CD two-fer. 44kb - 2:47mpt
She Keeps The Home Fires Burning "She Keeps the Home Fires Burning", recorded in 1985, is a song made famous by country music singer Ronnie Milsap. His 41st single to be released, and his 26th No. 1 hit on the country charts, the song is highly regarded as one of Milsap's most popular songs. The song was originally exclusive to the 1985 album Greatest Hits, Vol. 2, but is now featured on numerous compilation albums; including 40 #1 Hits and The Essential Ronnie Milsap. 76kb - 4:19mpt
Sick, Sober And Sorry Twenty five years after their first duet album, A Taste of Yesterday's Wine, George Jones and Merle Haggard teamed up again for 2006's Kickin' Out the Footlights...Again. Hag was a year shy of 70 and George was 75. 54kb - 2:51mpt
Silver Dew On The Bluegrass Tonight Silver Dew On The Bluegrass Tonight is an old 40's tune recorded by Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys and also Hank Locklin, and George Jones. Composed by Ed Burt. 57kb - 2:02mpt
Sing Blues To Daddy Composed by Ray Corbin. Charley recorded it in 1969 under the title "Come On Home And Sing The Blues To Daddy" on his Album The Sensational Charley Pride the same year that Waylon Jennings recorded it under the title "Sing The Blues To Daddy". Also recorded and on more albums by Bobby Bare and Bob Luman*. Webb Pierce, Warner Mack, Faron Young, Wynn Stewart and others also recorded it under that title of "Come On Home (And Sing The Blues To Daddy)". *Bob Luman also recorded it in 1969. 102kb - 2:51mpt
Softly, Softly "Softly, Softly" is a popular song written in 1955 by Mark Paul and Pierre Dudan, with English lyrics by Paddy Roberts. The most popular version of the song was recorded by Ruby Murray in 1955. Produced by Norrie Paramor, it reached number one in the UK Singles Chart. 35kb - 3:47mpt
Somebody Nobody Knows Composed by Kris in 1972, and covered by The Everly Bros. 63kb - 3:28mpt
Someone Is Looking For Someone Like You Composed and recorded by Gail Davies. In addition to composing and recording such country hits as "Grandma's Song" and "Someone Is Looking for Someone Like You," Davies has written hit tunes for the Whites, Jann Browne, and Wild Rose. 81kb - 3:05mpt
Stairway Of Love Norman Alexander Milne, known professionally as Michael Holliday (26 November 1924 29 October 1963) was a British crooner popular in the late 1950s and early 1960s. He had a string of chart hits in the pre-Beatles era in the UK, including two number one singles, "The Story of My Life" and "Starry Eyed". 41kb - 2:17mpt
Streets Of Baltimore "Streets of Baltimore" is a heavily-covered country song written by Tompall Glaser and Harlan Howard in 1966. Although Glaser co-wrote the song, his group, Tompall Glaser & The Glaser Brothers, were not the first to record the song. Bobby Bare released his Chet Atkins-produced version in June 1966; the Glasers recorded theirs only in September 1966. Charlie Pride's cover on his 1969 album In Person is that rare live album that rates right alongside the artist's studio long-players. 68kb - 2:28mpt
Tennessee Border Hank Williams is the father of contemporary country music. He was a superstar by the age of 25; he was dead at the age of 29. Tennessee Border was composed by Jimmy Work. 40kb - 1:57mpt
The Hands You're Holding Now Performed and Written by Marty Robbins. Also performed by Kitty Wells, Ernest Tubb, and Marion Worth. 68kb - 3:21mpt
The Bottle And The Cans Lyrics by Bill Watson. 43kb - 3:33mpt
The Island Of Tiree Traditional Scottish song written & sung by Moira Kerr from her album Celtic Soul. This version is from The Alexander Brothers. In the case of the Alexander Brothers, there were two such men in kilts; Tom (born in 1937) and Jack (born in 1939) from Cambusnethan, near Wishaw, learned the trade of painting and decorating and had already begun performing as a singing duo in local talent shows when they were both teenagers in the early '50s. 63kb - 3:48mpt
The Kansas City Song Composed by Buck Owens and Red Simpson. 79kb - 2:37mpt
The Minute You're Gone "The Minute You're Gone" is a song by Cliff Richard. It spent a week at number one in the UK Singles Chart in April 1965.It was produced by Billy Sherrill,rather than Richards,regular producer Norrie Paramor. 57kb - 2:48mpt
The Padre Of Old San Antone Jim Reeves recorded it in 1958 for his gospel album: God Be With You. Composed by Tim Spencer who was a member of The Son's Of The Pioneers at one time. 62kb - 3:42mpt
There's Nothing Like A Good Old Country Song A great Country Tune recorded for his 1982 album: "Last Train To Heaven". Boxcar Willie aka "The World's Favorite Hobo" real name was Lecil Travis Martin (1931-1999). Composed by an unknown writer, but may have been Boxcar Willie. 44kb - 2:48mpt
You've Got The Ways Of A Woman In Love aka "The Ways Of A Woman In Love". Composed and performed by Johnny Cash who co-wrote the song with Bill Justis (of "Raunchy" fame). 41kb - 2:37mpt
There's A New Moon Over My Shoulder Composed by Lee Blastic, Jimmie Davis & Ekko Whelan and performed by Jim Reeves. "There's a New Moon Over My Shoulder" is a 1944 song originally performed by Tex Ritter. The song was the B-side to Tex Ritter's, "I'm Wastin' My Tears on You". "There's a New Moon Over My Shoulder" peaked at number two on the Folk Juke Box charts. 66kb - 3:47mpt
There's Always Me Composed by Don Robertson and performed by Jim Reeves. Covered heavily by Elvis Presley, and among others, Eddie Arnold and Ray Price. 41kb - 3:23mpt
Today's Teardrops Written by Gene Pitney. Recorded by Roy Orbison. Although he shared the same rockabilly roots as Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, and Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison went on to pioneer an entirely different brand of country/pop-based rock & roll in the early '60s. What he lacked in charisma and photogenic looks, Orbison made up for in spades with his quavering operatic voice and melodramatic narratives of unrequited love and yearning. In the process, he established rock & roll archetypes of the underdog and the hopelessly romantic loser. These were not only amplified by peers such as Del Shannon and Gene Pitney, but also influenced future generations of roots rockers such as Bruce Springsteen and Chris Isaak, as well as modern country stars the Mavericks. 48kb - 2:18mpt
Together Composed by Lew Brown, Buddy DeSylva, & Ray Henderson. Connie Francis is the prototype for the female pop singer of today. At the height of her chart popularity in the late '50s and early '60s, Francis was unique as a female recording artist, amassing record sales equal to or surpassing those of many of her male contemporaries. Ultimately, she branched into other styles of music big band, country, ethnic, and more. 31kb - 3:14mpt
When Mexico Gave Up The Rhumba aka: When Mexico Gave Up The Rhumba (To Do The Rock n' Roll) was composed by Gale Jones and performed by Hank Snow, and Mitchell Torok; an American country music singer, songwriter and guitarist best known for his 1953 hit, "Caribbean". It appears on the album, 1956 British Hit Parade: Britain's Greatest Hits, Vol. 5, Pt. 2. 160kb - 3:53mpt
White Silver Sands Composed in 1957 by Charles 'Red' Matthews, although partial authorship is also claimed by Gladys Reinhart, and performed by Chet Atkins, Bill Black, Don Gibson, Don Rondo, Sonny James, Brenda Lee, Hank Snow, and Ernest Tubb, among others. 36kb - 2:35mpt
Who Will Buy The Wine Composed by Billy Mize, and recorded by Merle Haggard. Also recorded by Kay Adams, Charlie Walker, Ernest Tubb, and Jerry Lee Lewis among others. Sometimes known as "And It All Depends On Who Will Buy The Wine" 29kb - 2:20mpt
Why Should I Cry Over You Though he began in pop, George Hamilton IV's primary interest in country music stretched back all the way to his hometown of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Born July 19, 1937, George Hamilton IV was raised on the Westerns of Gene Autry and began playing guitar at the age of 12. 30kb - 2:33mpt
Workin' Woman May be a Mel Tillis recording. 102kb - 2:37mpt
You Ain't Met My Girl "You Ain't Met My Girl" is a popular original studio recording from an original Oklahoma country music cd entitled "For A While", which was an award winning album consisting of 17 self-penned songs. "For A While" was released in 2002 by Oklahoma native and traditional country music singer and songwriter Jeremy Castle. 45kb - 3:16mpt
You'll Always Be Special To Me From Merle Haggard's 2007 album, "Hag: The Studio Recordings 1969-1976". "'ll tell you what the public likes more than anything", he told the Boston Globe, "t's the most rare commodity in the world honesty." The song was covered by Dolly Parton. 26kb - 2:36mpt
You're Free To Go Composed by Lou Hersher and Don Robertson. Recorded by Carl Smith in 1955, and later by Jim Reeves, Emmylou Harris, Rick Nelson and others. 23kb - 2:28mpt
You're Not Easy To Forget One of the few country stars born in Nashville, Kitty Wells (born Muriel Deason) had a string of hits from the '50s to the early '70s that earned her the title Queen of Country Music. 40kb - 2:46mpt

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