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9 thoughts on “ Im Not Ready Yet - George Jones (2) - Anniversary - Ten Years Of Hits (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. When my heart tells me it's ready. But I'm still around, but I'm not ready yet. (Spoken) Yah know I must have left you a hundred times but you don't know that. 'Cause I was afraid you'd laugh when you found out just how far I'd get. But you didn't, and you don't. I know you aint gonna ever. And someday I'll go, but I'm not ready yet.
  2. Im Not Ready Yet 2 chords - George Jones • George Jones Sheet music I'M NOT READY YET Recorded by George Jones Key of C (C) I've always said that some- (F) -day I was gonna (C) leave you, Some April when (D7) all the land is (G7) wet, Some (C) spring, summer (F) fall, Lord or maybe (C) winter, I'll leave someday but (G7) I'm not ready (C.
  3. I'm Not Ready Yet Recorded by George Jones Written by Tom T. Hall G C G I've always said that someday I was gonna leave you A7 D7 Some April when all the land is wet G C G Some spring summer fall Lord or maybe winter D7 G I'll leave someday but I'm not ready yet C G.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Anniversary - Ten Years Of Hits on Discogs. Label: Epic - EPC • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country/5(3).
  5. George Jones, James Taylor - Anniversary - Ten Years Of Hits (2-LP) Cut-Out - glycufafutolalnaijouparseoholdweb.coinfo Music.
  6. I’m Not Ready Yet: George Jones – I Am What I Am (Cover LP Epic ) Written by Tom T. Hall. It was originally released by The Blue Boys in , whose version peaked at number 58 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. The song was covered by American country music artist George Jones on his album I Am What I Am.
  7. George Jones is, without question, the king of country vocalizing. The very fact that they have selected a decade of golden hits makes it plain that they were not able to select hits before and after this "anniversary" time frame. Therefore some of my very favorite selections from the George Jones' hit list are not included/5(35).

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