Best Country Songs of the 50s

Best Country Songs of the 50s

“Always Late With Your Kisses” performed by Lefty Frizzell

“The Battle of New Orleans” performed by Johnny Horton

“The Cattle Call” performed by Eddy Arnold

“Cold, Cold Heart” performed by Hank Williams

“Crazy Arms” performed by Ray Price

“El Paso” performed by Marty Robbins

“Four Walls” performed by Jim Reeves

“Hey Good Lookin'” performed by Hank Williams

“I Can’t Help It (If I’m Still In Love With You)” performed by Hank Williams

“I Walk the Line” performed by Johnny Cash

“I’m Moving On” performed by Hank Snow

“It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels” performed by Kitty Wells

“It’s Only Make Believe” performed by Conway Twitty

“Jambalaya (On The Bayou)” performed by Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys

“Kisses Sweeter Than Wine” performed by Jimmie Rogers

“Long Gone Lonesome Blues” performed by Hank Williams

“Oh, Lonesome Me” performed by Don Gibson

“Slowly” performed by Webb Pierce

“Sixteen Tons” performed by Tennessee Ernie Ford

“Tennessee Waltz” performed by Patti Page

“White Lightning” performed by George Jones

“The Wild Side of Life” performed by Hank Thompson and His Brazos Valley Boys

“Your Cheating Heart” performed by Hank Williams

Playlist – Best Country Songs of the 50’s

2 Responses to “Best Country Songs of the 50s”

  1. Lou Brookman says:

    I heard a average guy sing a song in the early fifties part of the songs words were, someday when I’m free from the chains of love I may fall in love again someday when the torch for you grows dim. How can i find the title of this tune

  2. Sue White says:

    Help! I remember an old son from the 50′ something like this “emotions, emotions, what are you doing? You’ve caused my heart to be in ruins.” Does anyone know it and remember the artist and title. It is running me nuts trying to find it! Thanks

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