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Playlist of Tanya Tucker

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  • Tanya Tucker - 16 Country Greatest HQ

    53:53

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  • tanya tucker love me like you used to

    3:49

    love me like used to, when you use to love me

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  • Without You What Do I Do With Me

    2:58

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    [Without You] What Do I Do With Me · Tanya Tucker

    What Do I Do With Me

    ℗ A Capitol Records Nashville release; ℗ 1991 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 1991-01-01

    Producer: Jerry Crutchfield
    Studio Personnel, Editor, Mastering Engineer: Glenn Meadows
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Tanya Tucker
    Composer: Royce Porter
    Composer: L. David Lewis
    Composer: David Chamberlain

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  • Tanya Tucker - Oh What It Did To Me

    3:36

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  • Tanya Tucker - Bring My Flowers Now

    4:25

    Directed by Trey Fanjoy. Featuring Brandi Carlile.
    “Bring My Flowers Now” (GRAMMY Winner for Best Country Song, and nominated for Best Song & Best Country Solo Performance) is off Tanya Tucker’s new album (GRAMMY Winner for Best Country Album) “While I’m Livin’”.
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    VIDEO CREDITS:
    Director: Trey Fanjoy
    Producer: Wesley Stebbins-Perry
    Cinematographer: Paul Cain
    Editor: Adam Little
    1st AC: Neil Dearman
    2nd AC / Media Manager: Wendell Uren
    Movi Operator: Brian Skinner
    Gaffer: Mike Beatty
    Key Grip: Billy Gomes
    Props Coordinator: Tiffany Alves
    Production Assistant: Grant Ivie
    Production Assistant: Hope Karwoski
    VFX: Joel Robertson

    Special thanks to Mayor Smith and the city of Carthage, TN!

    LYRICS:
    Bring my flowers now while I’m livin’
    I won’t need your love when I’m gone
    Don’t spend time, tears, or money on my ole breathless body
    If your heart is in them flowers, bring them on

    All the miles cast a long shadow
    I’d take a couple back if I could
    I’d have learned to play guitar, tell my daddy more I loved him
    But I believe for the most part I done good

    There’s always sunrise and rainbows and babies
    And the little things I cherish on my way
    Even though one day they’ll bury me and Jessie Ray
    I just know we’re gonna ride again someday

    Bring my flowers now while I’m livin’
    I won’t need your love when I’m gone
    Don’t spend time, tears, or money on my ole breathless body
    If your heart is in them flowers, bring them on

    The days are long but the years are lightening
    They’re bright and they will never strike again
    I wish I’d been a better friend, a better daughter to my mother
    There’s no going back when your back’s against the wind

    So if you got love then you’re sittin’ on a gold mine
    And you can’t take it with you when you go
    So don’t wait, help your sister, forgive your brother and your neighbor
    We all think we’ve got the time until we don’t

    Bring my flowers now while I’m livin’
    I won’t need your love when I’m gone
    Don’t spend time, tears, or money on my ole breathless body
    If your heart is in them flowers, bring them on
    If your heart is in them flowers, bring them on

    #TanyaTucker #BrandiCarlile #ShooterJennings


    Music video by Tanya Tucker performing Bring My Flowers Now. © 2019 Ttuckaho Inc., Under exclusive license to Fantasy Records. Distributed by Concord.

  • Tanya Tucker & Brandi Carlile Perform Bring My Flowers Now | 2020 GRAMMY Awards

    2:41

    Watch Tanya Tucker and Brandi Carlile’s performance of Bring My Flowers Now on the 62nd GRAMMY Awards.

    “Bring My Flowers Now” (GRAMMY Winner for Best Country Song, and nominated for Best Song & Best Country Solo Performance) is off Tanya Tucker’s new album (GRAMMY Winner for Best Country Album) “While I’m Livin’”.
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    “‘Delta Dawn’ has always been my favorite song that I have ever recorded and the pinnacle of my 50-year career. But I think now, ‘Delta Dawn’ has to move over for ‘Bring My Flowers Now.’ This song came from my heart; it's about showing love for the ones we have now before they are gone.”

    Tanya's new album While I'm Livin' is produced by Brandi Carlile and Shooter Jennings and is available now.

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    LYRICS:
    Bring my flowers now while I’m livin’
    I won’t need your love when I’m gone
    Don’t spend time, tears or money on my own breathless body
    If your heart is in them flowers, bring them home

    All the miles cast along the shadow
    I take a couple back if I could
    I’d have learned to play guitar, tell my daddy umore I loved him
    But I believe for the most part I done good

    There’s always sunrise and rainbows and babies
    And the little things I cherish on my way

    Even though one day they’ll bury me and Jessie Ray
    I just know we’re gonna ride again someday

    Bring my flowers now while I’m livin’
    I won’t need your love when I’m gone
    Don’t spend time tears and money on my own breathless body
    If your heart is in these flowers, bring them home

    The days are long but the years are lightening
    They’re bright and they will never strike again
    I wish I’d been a better friend, a better daughter to my mother
    There’s no going back when your back is against the wind

    If you got love then you’re sittin’ on a gold mine
    And you can’t take it with you when you go
    So don’t wait-help your sister, forgive your brother and your neighbor
    We all think we got the time until we don’t

    Bring my flowers now while I’m livin’
    I won’t need your love when I’m gone
    Don’t spend time, tears and money on my own breathless body
    If your heart is in them flowers, bring them home
    If your heart is in them flowers, bring them home

    #TanyaTucker #BrandiCarlile #ShooterJennings

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  • Tanya Tucker-Two Sparrows In A Hurricane(Love Says They Will

    4:24

    This Is Dedicted To My Papa Brooks And My Nonnie Brooks

  • Tanya Tucker -- Can I See You Tonight

    2:49

    Tanya Tucker -- Can I See You Tonight

  • Tanya Tucker Without You, What Do I Do With Me

    2:57

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  • Tanya Tucker - Walk Through This World With Me

    2:45

    Album: My Turn
    Utgitt: 2009
    Sjanger: Country
    Låtskrivere: Kay Savage / Sandra Seamons

    George Jones And Friends 50th Anniversary Tribute Concert 2007
    Label: New West Records ‎
    Release Date DVD: 2007

    In 2004, George Jones celebrated 50 years as a country music legend with a tribute concert recorded for PBS's SOUNDSTAGE program. Hosted by Reba McEntire, the concert presents live performances of Jones's greatest hits by 20 country luminaries, including Emmylou Harris, Kris Kristofferson, Alan Jackson, Vince Gill, Kenny Chesney, and Martina McBride.



    Walk Through This World with Me is a song written by Sandy Seamons and Kaye Savage and recorded by American country music artist George Jones. It was released in January 1967 as the title track of his twenty-fourth album. The single was George Jones' fifty-seventh release on the country chart and his fourth number one. Walk Through This World With Me stayed at number one for two weeks and spent a total of nineteen weeks on the country chart. Jones was less than enthusiastic about the musically middle-of-the-road love ballad that was almost inspirational in its unabashedly optimistic and romantic sentiments, and it was only at his producer H.W. Pappy Daily's insistence that he recorded the song at all. In the 1994 retrospective Golden Hits, Jones states that he was unhappy with his singing on the LP version and, after the song started getting heavy airplay in Chicago, he told his manager Pappy Daily that he wanted to recut it. The single record on it was different, he asserted in the documentary, even though it was almost the same. I did a little better job singing the single than I did on the album.



    Tanya Denise Tucker, born October 10, 1958, in Seminole, Texas, U.S. She is an American country music artist who had her first hit, Delta Dawn, in 1972 at the age of 13. Over the succeeding decades, Tucker became one of the few child performers to mature into adulthood without losing her audience, and during the course of her career, she notched a streak of top-10 and top-40 hits. She has had several successful albums, several Country Music Association award nominations, and hit songs such as 1973's What's Your Mama's Name? and Blood Red and Goin' Down, 1975's Lizzie and the Rainman, and 1988's Strong Enough to Bend.

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  • Kris Kristofferson & Tanya Tucker- For The Good Times 1982 Reelin In The Years Archives

    3:54

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  • Tom Jones & Tanya Tucker - Help Me Make It Through the Night

    3:27

  • Tanya Tucker - Delta Dawn

    3:25

    Tanya Tucker singing Delta Dawn with lyrics

  • San Antonio Stroll - Tanya Tucker

    2:58

    Tanya Tucker
    San Antonio Stroll
    Released: 1975
    Album: Tanya Tucker

    Lyrics:

    When I was a child down in South Caroline
    Soon as Saturday sun went on down.
    My folks and sister would go and leave me home all alone,
    Going to that big square dance in town.
    Well my old radio would play that old opry show,
    So I never got lonesome or blue.
    I'd fall asleep in my chair and dream that I was right there,
    Just singing the whole night through.
    When my folks would come home, they'd be humming a song,
    Mama'd smile and say: Child, don't you know,
    There ain't a thing in this world to make you fall in love girl,
    Like the San Antonio Stroll?

    Well the day finally come when my mama said: Hun,
    It's 'bout time you came with us as well.
    Well, I had me a time, yes, I danced all the night,
    'Til they rang that ol' cracked-midnight bell.
    Then the lights went down low, the fiddler picked up his bow,
    And he played something stately and slow.
    And my sister Eileen and her husband-to-be,
    They held hands and began to stroll.
    I've been away for a while, but it still brings a smile,
    When I think of the way that it goes.
    Now I'll sing it to you just so we both can do,
    That old San Antonio Stroll.

    Yes, I'll sing it to you just so we all can do,
    That old San Antonio Stroll.

  • Tanya Tucker - Down to My Last Teardrop

    3:27

    1989.

  • Tanya Tucker - Texas When I Die

    4:02

    Beschrijving

  • Tanya Tucker-Lizzie And The Rain Man

    3:08

    Lizzie And The RainMan

  • Tanya Tucker - One Love At A Time

    2:53

    This was the first single from Tanya's comeback album Girls Like Me. It had been three years between albums at that point. It's a very catchy Paul Davis/Paul Overstreet tune and it reached #3 on the Billboard Country chart in 1986 (Capitol 5533).

  • Tanya Tucker ~ Old Rugged Cross

    5:16

    Tanya performing Old Rugged Cross at George Jones Memorial Service in April 2013 in Nashville.

    I do not own any copyrights to this song, performance, video or pictures. For entertainment purposes only.

  • Tanya Tucker - The Jamestown Ferry

    2:53

    Beschrijving

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  • Tanya Tucker live concert 2018

    7:55

    Live concert Tanya Tucker

  • Tanya Tucker - Delta Dawn

    3:40

    At the Marty Stuart Show (May 2012) with The Fabulous Superlatives and Hargus Pig Robbins at the 88 keys!

  • Tanya Tucker - If It Dont Come Easy

    3:28

    We were surprised this song wasn't posted already. If It Don't Come Easy reached the top of the Billboard Country chart in 1988 (Capitol 44142) and appeared on the album Love Me Like You Used To. It was at the #1 position for only one week.

  • Tanya Tucker 8.3.19 Lizzie and the Rain Man

    7:29

    Tanya Tucker plays the Hamilton, Ontario Festival of Friends Aug. 3, 2019.

  • Tanya Tucker - Dont Go Out With Him

    3:19

    Album: Tennessee Woman
    Utgitt: 1990
    Låtskrivere: Bill Lloyd / Radney M. Foster
    Label: Capitol Nashville
    Producer – Jerry Crutchfield


    Tanya Denise Tucker (born October 10, 1958) is an American country music artist who had her first hit, Delta Dawn, in 1972 at the age of 13. Over the succeeding decades, Tucker became one of the few child performers to mature into adulthood without losing her audience, and during the course of her career, she notched a streak of top-10 and top-40 hits.[2] She has had several successful albums, several Country Music Association award nominations, and hit songs such as 1973's What's Your Mama's Name? and Blood Red and Goin' Down, 1975's Lizzie and the Rainman, and 1988's Strong Enough to Bend.
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    T. Graham Brown (born October 30, 1954, Arabi, Georgia), born Anthony Graham Brown, is a Grammy nominated American country/soul/gospel singer. Active since 1973, Brown has recorded a total of thirteen studio albums, and has charted more than twenty singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. Three of these singles — Hell and High Water and Don't Go to Strangers from 1986, and Darlene from 1988 — reached Number One, and eight more reached Top Ten.
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    Tennessee Woman is an album, released in 1990, by American country singer Tanya Tucker. Three singles from Tennessee Woman made the Billboard Top Ten Country singles charts: Walking Shoes at #3, and It Won't Be Me and the duet with T. Graham Brown, Don't Go Out both at #6. Rounding out the hits was the #12 Oh What It Did to Me. The album charted in at #18 in the Country Albums category.

    Take Another Run was later a single for co-writer Paul Overstreet from his album Love Is Strong.
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  • Tanya Tucker - Forever Loving You

    3:52

    I don’t know why it has to be this way but there’s nothing I can do. So I’ll go on living, forever loving you.

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    A portion of the proceeds from “Forever Loving You” will benefit the Alzheimer's Foundation of America, a non-profit organization that provides programs and services for people living with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers, as well as funds research towards a cure. Thank you, for doing the work of angels.


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  • Strong Enough To Bend

    2:44

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Strong Enough To Bend · Tanya Tucker

    Strong Enough To Bend

    ℗ A Capitol Records Nashville release; ℗ 1988 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 1988-01-01

    Producer: Jerry Crutchfield
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Tanya Tucker
    Composer Lyricist: Donald Alan Schiltz, Jr.
    Composer Lyricist: Beth Nielson Chapman

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  • Tanya Tucker - Whats Your Mamas Name

    3:11

    1973.

  • Down To My Last Teardrop

    3:31

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Down To My Last Teardrop · Tanya Tucker

    What Do I Do With Me

    ℗ A Capitol Records Nashville release; ℗ 1991 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 1991-01-01

    Producer: Jerry Crutchfield
    Studio Personnel, Editor, Mastering Engineer: Glenn Meadows
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Tanya Tucker
    Composer: Paul Davis

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  • Hangin In

    3:26

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Hangin' In · Tanya Tucker

    Soon

    ℗ A Capitol Records Nashville release; ℗ 1993 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 1993-01-01

    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Denny Purcell
    Studio Personnel, Editor: Eric Conn
    Studio Personnel, Editor: Carlos Grier
    Producer: Jerry Crutchfield
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Tanya Tucker
    Composer: Steve Bogard
    Composer: Rick Giles

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  • Tanya Tucker ~ Dancing The Night Away

    3:32

    Tanya Tucker ~ Dancing The Night Away - uploaded via

  • Can I See You Tonight Tanya Tucker with Lyrics.

    2:55

  • San Antonio Stroll

    2:52

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    San Antonio Stroll · Tanya Tucker

    20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of Tanya Tucker

    ℗ 1975 MCA Nashville

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    Producer: Snuff Garrett
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Al Capps
    Composer Lyricist: Peter Noah

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  • tanya tucker Would you lay with me in a field of stone

    3:05

  • tanya tucker - ill tennessee you in my dreams

    3:23

    tanya, my big weakness.
    this song comes from the album - love me like you used to 1987

  • Tanya Tucker - One Love at a time

    2:52

    I do not own any of the videos.

  • Tanya Tucker - My Arms Stay Open All Night

    4:39

    Utgitt: 1976
    Låtskrivere: Paul Overstreet / Don Schlitz
    Label: American Legends ‎– ALE 210039

    Tanya Denise Tucker (born October 10, 1958) is an American country music artist who had her first hit, Delta Dawn, in 1972 at the age of 13. Over the succeeding decades, Tucker became one of the few child performers to mature into adulthood without losing her audience, and during the course of her career, she notched a streak of top-10 and top-40 hits.[2] She has had several successful albums, several Country Music Association award nominations, and hit songs such as 1973's What's Your Mama's Name? and Blood Red and Goin' Down, 1975's Lizzie and the Rainman, and 1988's Strong Enough to Bend.
    ***
    Here's Some Love is the sixth studio album by American country music singer Tanya Tucker. It was released on September 6, 1976, by MCA Records. The album was produced by Jerry Crutchfield and contains Tucker's sixth No. 1 single, Here's Some Love.
    ***
    My Arms Stay Open All Night is a song written by Paul Overstreet and Don Schlitz, and recorded by American country music artist Tanya Tucker. It was released in October 1989 as the second new single from her 1989 Greatest Hits album. The song reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

  • Tanya Tucker’s Grammy Moment Came With ‘Bring My Flowers Now’

    1:41

    #TanyaTucker's Bring My Flowers Now was a standout performance at the 2020 #Grammys.

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    Tanya Tucker's Bring My Flowers Now Lyrics:

    [Spoken]: So I said, Listen, I got... And I said, uh, uh, somethin' about, uh
    Goin' to somebody's funeral or something, she, I said, Man, I said
    I said, Bring my flowers now, while I'm living
    Chorus:
    Bring my flowers now, while I'm livin' / I won't need your love when I'm gone / Don't spend time, tears, or money on my old breathless body / If your heart is in them flowers, bring 'em on
    All the miles cast a long shadow / I'd take a couple back if I could / I'd've learned to play guitar / Told my daddy more I loved him / But I believe, for the most part, I done good / There's always sunrise and rainbows and babies / And the little things I cherish on my way / Even though one day / They'll bury me and Jessie Mae / I just know we're gonna ride again someday
    Bring my flowers now, while I'm livin' / I won't need your love when I'm gone / Don't spend time, tears, or money on my old breathless body / If your heart is in them flowers, bring 'em on
    The days are long but the years are lightning / They're bright and they will never strike again / I wish I'd been a better friend, a better daughter to my mother / There's no goin' back when your back's against the wind
    So if you got love, then you're sittin' on a gold mine / And you can't take it with you when you go / So don't wait to help your sister / Forgive your brother and your neighbor / We all think we got the time until we don't
    Bring my flowers now, while I'm livin' / I won't need your love when I'm gone / Don't spend time, tears, or money on my old breathless body / If your heart is in them flowers, bring 'em on / If your heart is in them flowers, bring 'em on

  • TANYA TUCKER AT BILLY BOBS 2017 AMAZING GRACE/DELTA DAWN

    6:37

    Amazing Grace intro to Delta Dawn

  • Tanya Tucker - Delta Dawn

    2:53

    Tanya Tucker had her first country hit in 1972, when she was just 13 years old. Over the succeeding decades, Tucker became one of the few child performers to mature into adulthood without losing her audience, and during the course of her career, she notched a remarkable streak of Top Ten and Top 40 hits.

    Born in Seminole, Texas, much of Tucker's childhood was spent moving throughout the Southwest as her father pursued construction jobs. At the age of six, she began taking saxophone lessons; two years later, she decided she wanted to sing, and made an auspicious debut with Mel Tillis, who was so impressed by her talents that he invited her onstage to perform. In 1969, Tucker and her family moved to Las Vegas, where she regularly performed. Eventually, she recorded a demo tape that gained the attention of songwriter Dolores Fuller, who sent it to producer Billy Sherrill. At the time, Sherrill was the head of A&R at CBS Records, and he was so impressed with the demo tape that he signed the teenaged vocalist to Columbia Records. Sherrill initially planned to have Tucker record The Happiest Girl in the Whole USA, but she passed on the tune, choosing Delta Dawn -- a song she heard Bette Midler sing on The Tonight Show -- instead. Released in the spring of 1972, the song became an instant hit, peaking at number six on the country charts and scraping the bottom of the pop charts.

    At first, Columbia Records tried to downplay Tucker's age, but soon word leaked out and she became a sensation -- her second single, Love's the Answer, also became a Top Ten hit later in 1972. Tucker's third single, What's Your Mama's Name, became her first number one hit in the spring of 1973. Two other number ones -- Blood Red and Goin' Down and Would You Lay with Me (In a Field of Stone) -- followed, establishing Tucker as a major star. In 1975, she signed with MCA Records, where she had a string of hit singles that ran into the late '70s. In 1978, she decided to radically change her image and cross over to rock with her T.N.T. album. Despite the controversy over the record and its sexy cover, it went gold the following year.

    By the end of the '70s, her sales were declining -- in 1980 she only had two hits. Also in 1980, she recorded a few singles with Glen Campbell, with whom she was romantically linked. In addition to recording, she also made her feature film debut in Hard Country. She switched to Arista Records in 1982, where she had several hits, highlighted by the Top Ten Feel Right. In 1984 and 1985, she had no hits and signed with Capitol Records. In early 1986, she returned with One Love at a Time, which rocketed to number three. For the rest of the decade, she scored a constant stream of Top Ten singles, including four number one hits. Her success continued in the early '90s, even though her sales began slumping as the decade wore on. By the new millennium, Tucker was still in the game.

    Several retrospectives and various hits collections were released; In 2002, Tucker issued her 31st album, her most personal album to date, Tanya. More compilations followed, culminating in the live recording/DVD Live at Billy Bob's Texas in 2005. ~ Sandra Brennan, All Music Guide

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  • Something By Tanya Tucker

    3:18

    Something By Tanya Tucker..From The Album (Come Together,America, Salutes The Beatles)

  • Tanya Tucker - Mustang Ridge

    3:38

    Mustang Ridge” is off Tanya's new 2X GRAMMY Award Winner album While I'm Livin', produced by Brandi Carlile and Shooter Jennings, available now.
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    LYRICS

    I'm never going back to Mustang Ridge
    If I ever make it out alive
    If you don't see me by the rising sun
    You know I had to take the dive
    When the hounds are running down Oso Creek
    Like Arabs on the track
    I'll be halfway across the southern horn
    Too late for turning back

    And if I die tonight on the Hays Street Bridge
    I ain't never going back to Mustang Ridge

    I got my knee on the wheel and I'm feeling free
    With my hobnail on the gas
    I just crossed over the county line
    Tryna make it up to Wild Rose Pass
    Now the radio's saying all hell broke loose
    This morning at the Lockhart Jail
    Now I'm flying like an angel on Dead Man's Run
    I got the devil riding on my tail
    Yeah, I do

    I'm never going back to Mustang Ridge
    If I ever make it out alive
    If you don't see me by the rising sun
    You know I had to take the dive
    When the hounds are running down Oso Creek
    Like Arabs on the track
    I'll be halfway across the southern horn
    Too late for turning back

    And if I die tonight on the Hays Street Bridge
    I'm never going back to Mustang Ridge

    And did you hear they found an old burned-out car
    Up in the Davis Hills?
    Sheriff said on the evenin' news
    Nobody found but they're looking still

    Now a woman's life ain't just a list
    Of the worst things she has done
    I'll leave you now with the heart of stone
    Sometimes a past is hard to outrun

    I'm never going back to Mustang Ridge
    If I ever make it out alive
    If you don't see me by the rising sun
    You know I had to take the dive
    When the hounds are running down Oso Creek
    Like Arabs on the track
    I'll be halfway across the southern horn
    Too late for turning back

    If I die tonight on the Hays Street Bridge
    I'm never going back to Mustang Ridge
    And if I die tonight on the Hays Street Bridge (oh Lord)
    I'm never going back to Mustang Ridge
    I'm never going back to Mustang Ridge
    I ain't never going back to Mustang Ridge
    (Hell no)

    #TanyaTucker #BrandiCarlile #ShooterJennings

  • Tanya Tucker - If Your Heart Ain´t Busy

    3:00

    Album: (Without You) What Do I Do with Me
    Utgitt: 1991
    Låtskrivere: Christopher Waters Dunn / Thomas Shapiro

    Tanya Denise Tucker (born October 10, 1958) is an American country music artist who had her first hit, Delta Dawn, in 1972 at the age of 13. Over the succeeding decades, Tucker became one of the few child performers to mature into adulthood without losing her audience, and during the course of her career, she notched a streak of top-10 and top-40 hits.[2] She has had several successful albums, several Country Music Association award nominations, and hit songs such as 1973's What's Your Mama's Name? and Blood Red and Goin' Down, 1975's Lizzie and the Rainman, and 1988's Strong Enough to Bend.
    ***

    (Without You) What Do I Do with Me is a song written by L. David Lewis, David Chamberlain and Royce Porter, and recorded by American country music artist Tanya Tucker. It was released in October 1991 as the second single and title track from the album What Do I Do with Me. The song reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
    ***

    If Your Heart Ain't Busy Tonight is a song written by Tom Shapiro and Chris Waters, and recorded by American country music artist Tanya Tucker. It was released in May 1992 as the fourth single from the album What Do I Do with Me. The song reached #4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

  • Tanya Tucker - Hangin In

    3:17

    Tanya's video from the mid 90s hit Hangin In

  • Tanya Tucker - Rich

    2:34

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    Rich” is off Tanya's new 2X GRAMMY Award Winner album While I'm Livin', produced by Brandi Carlile and Shooter Jennings, available now.

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    LYRICS

    When Dad would play his old guitar
    He used to rant and rave
    Though he hardly had two dimes
    He would tell me what God gave
    We'd all dance around the room
    When he would sing and play
    When people said he was poor
    He said, I'm rich in another way

    I went to school and I smelled of smoke
    And my jeans were hand-me-down
    I had patches sewn onto patches
    We had a single-wide outside of town
    My daddy took me bar to bar
    To get me where I am today
    People said I was poor
    But I was rich in another way
    When people said we were poor
    We were rich in another way
    Ooh, ooh, ooh
    Rich in another way

    Well, Daddy's got his wings these days
    And his children are all grown
    We don't worry 'bout money no more
    With all the things we own
    Still, the finest things we ever had
    Was to never have a thing
    So wherever life may take us
    We would always live like kings
    You know, it wouldn't mean a thing to me
    If I lost it all today
    When people said we were poor
    We were rich in another way
    When people said we were poor
    You know, we were rich in another way

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  • Tanya Tucker Ill Come Back As Another Woman

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    I'll Come Back as Another Woman is a song written by Kent Robbins and Richard E. Carpenter, and recorded by American country music artist Tanya Tucker. It was released in 1986 as the third single from the album Girls Like Me. The song reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

  • Tanya Tucker - Baby Im Yours

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    Tanya Tucker's singing career started at a very early age, her first hit being when she was just 13 years of age. She continued to have a successful career as she was able to keep her audience as she matured into adulthood.

    Baby I'm Yours reached #22 on the US Country Charts in 1983.

    This performance was recorded live at Church Street Station in Orlando, Florida.

  • Tanya Tuckers ‘Bring My Flowers Now’ Wins Best Country Song | 2020 GRAMMYs

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    Watch Tanya Tucker’s speech for Best Country Song at the 62nd GRAMMY Awards.

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    #GRAMMYs #GRAMMYAwards #UnexpectEverything #GRAMMYs2020 #TanyaTucker #GRAMMYPremiereCeremony #BringMyFlowersNow

  • Tanya Tucker - Strong Enough To Bend

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    Tanya Tucker had her first country hit in 1972, when she was just 13 years old. Over the succeeding decades, Tucker became one of the few child performers to mature into adulthood without losing her audience, and during the course of her career, she notched a remarkable streak of Top Ten and Top 40 hits.

    Born in Seminole, Texas, much of Tucker's childhood was spent moving throughout the Southwest as her father pursued construction jobs. At the age of six, she began taking saxophone lessons; two years later, she decided she wanted to sing, and made an auspicious debut with Mel Tillis, who was so impressed by her talents that he invited her onstage to perform. In 1969, Tucker and her family moved to Las Vegas, where she regularly performed. Eventually, she recorded a demo tape that gained the attention of songwriter Dolores Fuller, who sent it to producer Billy Sherrill. At the time, Sherrill was the head of A&R at CBS Records, and he was so impressed with the demo tape that he signed the teenaged vocalist to Columbia Records. Sherrill initially planned to have Tucker record The Happiest Girl in the Whole USA, but she passed on the tune, choosing Delta Dawn -- a song she heard Bette Midler sing on The Tonight Show -- instead. Released in the spring of 1972, the song became an instant hit, peaking at number six on the country charts and scraping the bottom of the pop charts.

    At first, Columbia Records tried to downplay Tucker's age, but soon word leaked out and she became a sensation -- her second single, Love's the Answer, also became a Top Ten hit later in 1972. Tucker's third single, What's Your Mama's Name, became her first number one hit in the spring of 1973. Two other number ones -- Blood Red and Goin' Down and Would You Lay with Me (In a Field of Stone) -- followed, establishing Tucker as a major star. In 1975, she signed with MCA Records, where she had a string of hit singles that ran into the late '70s. In 1978, she decided to radically change her image and cross over to rock with her T.N.T. album. Despite the controversy over the record and its sexy cover, it went gold the following year.

    By the end of the '70s, her sales were declining -- in 1980 she only had two hits. Also in 1980, she recorded a few singles with Glen Campbell, with whom she was romantically linked. In addition to recording, she also made her feature film debut in Hard Country. She switched to Arista Records in 1982, where she had several hits, highlighted by the Top Ten Feel Right. In 1984 and 1985, she had no hits and signed with Capitol Records. In early 1986, she returned with One Love at a Time, which rocketed to number three. For the rest of the decade, she scored a constant stream of Top Ten singles, including four number one hits. Her success continued in the early '90s, even though her sales began slumping as the decade wore on. By the new millennium, Tucker was still in the game.

    Several retrospectives and various hits collections were released; In 2002, Tucker issued her 31st album, her most personal album to date, Tanya. More compilations followed, culminating in the live recording/DVD Live at Billy Bob's Texas in 2005. ~ Sandra Brennan, All Music Guide

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  • The Ralph Emery Show with Tanya Tucker -- October 28, 1975

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