Artist: George Jones. Album: One Woman Man, 1989. Has been played on. United States 2. Outlaw Country Radio. It's never been for love of money. I thank God for it because it makes me a living. But I sing because I love it, not because of the dollar signs. Now playing: Ed Sheeran Perfect.
George Jones was an American country music singer-songwriter who has been widely regarded as The Greatest Country Music Singer, and an extremely influential one. His voice has become iconic to country, as he inspired artists like Ricky Van Shelton, Alan Jackson, Vince Gill, Patty Loveless, and even other artists like Gram Parsons and Bob Dylan. George Jones' first releases were made in 1954, and then he was a 22-year old honky-tonk Hank Williams imitator who couldn't find his own image.
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And then I saw the writing on the wall It said, "We love you daddy most of all" There in purple crayons, scribbled knee high in the hall I saw the writing on the wall. When the wore off, of being free Their memories started haunting me I headed home as fast as I could go My keys still fit that same ol' door But no one lived there anymore And that tender message made my tear drops flow.
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George Jones is considered by many to be the greatest country singer of all time. This George Jones discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top George Jones albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included George Jones singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.
A list of the top George Jones songs reads like a list of the greatest songs in all of country music. When Jones was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1992, Reba McEntire introduced the legend by saying, "There are many ways to describe country music, but I can do it in just two words: 'George Jones. From 1964's "The Race Is On" to 1980's "He Stopped Loving Her Today" and the triumphant comeback of 1999's "Choices," the Possum's legendary career spanned decades and inspired generations. The two would later pair for a 2006 album titled Kickin’ Out the Footlights. From 'The Grand Tour' (1974). The Grand Tour" was a fitting story for George Jones to tell in 1974.
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