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Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way - Waylon Jennings - Collectors Series (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way: Lp cover Waylon Jennings (RCA ) Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way, song written and recorded by Waylon Jennings for the RCA label, was recorded on September 2, , at Glaser Sound Studio, Nashville, Tennessee, along with two more songs (I RECALL A GYPSY WOMAN and THE DOOR IS ALWAYS OPEN), Waylon was accompanied in the .
  2. Lyrics. Waylon Jennings Lord it's the same old tune, fiddle and guitar Where do we take it from here? Rhinestone suits and new shiny cars It's been the same way for years We need a change Somebody told me, when I came to Nashville Son you finally got it made Old Hank made it here, and we're all sure that you will But I don't think Hank done it this way No, I don't think Hank done it this way.
  3. It's been the same way for years We need to change Somebody told me when I came to Nashville Son you finally got it made Old Hank made it here, we're all sure that you will But I don't think Hank done it this way, no I don't think Hank done it this way, okay Ten years on the road, making one night stand Speeding my young life away.
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  5. Waylon Jennings - Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line VINYL LP ALBUM RCA CAMDE $ THE DARK SIDE OF FAME WAYLON JENNINGS VINYL LP ALBUM PICKWICK RECORDS VG+.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Collector's Series on Discogs.5/5(1).
  7. (Johnny Cash with Waylon Jennings) 2 — — 5 — — I Would Like to See You Again: "Leave Them Boys Alone" (Hank Williams Jr. with Waylon Jennings and Ernest Tubb) 6 — — 7 — — Strong Stuff: "We Are the World" (as a member of USA for Africa) 76 1 1 — 1 1 We Are the World: "Somewhere Between Ragged and Right" (John.
  8. Although Waylon Jennings specialized in interpreting other writers' songs, he still penned a number of country classics, like "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way." "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way," though released before the height of outlaw madness, works as an anthem for every performer and listener who detested the Nashville establishment in the '70s and crossover artists like Barbara.

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