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Loretta Lynn
Loretta Lynn
(née Webb; born April 14, 1932)
aka: The Coal Miner's Daughter; The First Lady of Country Music; The Decca Doll; The Queen of Country Music

Country, Bluegrass, Cajun, USA Folk And Western MIDI Index
Song Title Size Performed By Sequencer
Yakety Axe 05kb
Chet Atkins
60's, Country, Country/Pop, Guitar
Original Music Composed By Boots Randolph & James "Spider" Rich
And Later Arranged For Guitar By Tommy Flint
Lyle Bradshaw & Walter Loesch
Yakety Sax 25kb
Boots Randolph
60's, Country/Pop, Instrumental Country, Saxophone Soundtrack, Theme Songs
Composed By Boots Randolph & James Rich
Don Carroll
Yankee Doodle Medley 44kb
Various, Traditional
Bluegrass, Country, Folk, Medley, Patriotic, Traditional
Composed By Various, Traditional
Uwe Thielker
aka "UT"
aka "Uwe Thielk"
Yesterday, When I Was Young 52kb
Roy Clark, Charles Aznavour, Others
60's, Country, Country/Pop
Originally Composed By Charles Aznavour & Georges Garvarentz With The Title Of "Hier Encore"
Frank DiGiovannangelo
Yesterdays Footsteps 25kb
An Original Country, Honky Tonk Original Composed By Bill Watson
With Music And Karaoke By George Longmore

Country, Honky Tonk, Originals
Bill Watson &
George Longmore
Midkar Member
You Ain't Woman Enough
(To Take My Man)
Loretta Lynn, Connie Smith & Sissy Spacek
60's, Country, Country/Pop, Honky Tonk, Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan, Western Swing
Composed By Loretta Lynn
Allan Clapp
You Are My Sunshine 32kb
Jimmie Davis, Gene Autry, Willie Nelson, Jerry Lee Lewis, Andy Williams, Many More
40's++, Bluegrass, Country, Country/Pop, Folk
W&M By Jimmie Davis & Charles Mitchell In 1939
Dick Anderson
You Belong To Me
CountryWestern Version
  Added 06/01/17
Jo Stafford, Patti Page, Dean Martin, The Duprees, Vonda Sheperd, Hank Snow, & many others.
W&M by Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart & Shilton Price
The first 1952 recording of the song was by Joni James. She had seen the sheet music in the Woods Building in Chicago and the lyrics attracted her. She recorded the song in February, 1952, in Chicago and it was released in March on the local Sharp Records label as her second single on August 5, 1952, after Jo Stafford, Patti Page and Dean Martin had covered it. James' version also was issued on M-G-M Records for national distribution. The best-known early 1952 version of the song was recorded after James' recording by Sue Thompson on Mercury's country label as catalog number 6407. It was soon covered by Patti Page, whose version was issued by Mercury as catalog number 5899, with "I Went to Your Wedding" (a bigger Patti Page hit, reaching No 1) on the flip side. It entered the Billboard chart on August 22, 1952, and lasted 12 weeks on the chart, peaking at No. 4.
A cover version by Jo Stafford became the most popular version. Issued by Columbia Records as catalog number 39811, it was Stafford's biggest hit, topping the charts in both the United States and the United Kingdom (the first song by a female singer to top the UK Singles Chart). It first entered the US chart on August 1, 1952 and remained there for 24 weeks. In the UK, it appeared in the first ever UK chart of 14 November 1952 (then a top 12) and reached number 1 on 16 January 1953, being only the second record to top such chart, remaining in the chart for a total of 19 weeks. Another cover version, by Dean Martin, released by Capitol Records as catalog number 2165, was also in play at that time. This version first entered the chart on August 29, 1952, and remained on the chart for 10 weeks, reaching No. 12. All the versions were combined in the rankings on the Cash Box charts, and the song reached No. 1 on those charts as well, lasting on the chart for more than half a year.
In 1958, the song crossed over into rock for the first time on the Capitol album Gene Vincent Rocks and the Blue Caps Roll. A later version of the song, by the Duprees, also made the Billboard Top 10, reaching No. 7 in 1962. It was recorded by many other pop vocalists, including Patsy Cline and Bing Crosby.

Country, Pop
Michael D. MacDonald
You Can Have Her
Version 1
(Posted 10'24'11)
In The Style Of The Righteous Brothers.
Recorded By Numerous Other Artists Over The Years

Categories Have Included 60's++, Blue-Eyed Soul, Country, Country/Pop, Outlaw Country, R&B, R&R, Rockabilly
Composed By William S. Cook
Gary Rogers
You Can Have Her
Version 2
(Posted 10'24'11)
In A Slightly More Country/Pop, Rockabilly Style Like Charlie Rich Or Waylon Jennings.
Recorded By Numerous Other Artists Over The Years

Categories Have Included 60's++, Blue-Eyed Soul, Country, Country/Pop, Outlaw Country, R&B, R&R, Rockabilly
Composed By William S. Cook
Dr. ChartChai MeeSangNin
You Don't Know Me
Version 1
Eddy Arnold, Jerry Vale, Elvis Presley, Charlie Rich, Mickey Gilley, Patti Page,
Ray Charles, Bob Dylan, Many More

50's++, Country, Country/Blues, Country/Pop, Easy Listening, Love Songs, Pop, Vocal Pop
W&M By Cindy Walker & Eddie Arnold In 1955
Eleanor Adams
You Don't Know Me
Version 2
Eddy Arnold, Jerry Vale, Elvis Presley, Charlie Rich, Mickey Gilley, Patti Page,
Ray Charles, Bob Dylan, Many More

50's++, Country, Country/Blues, Country/Pop, Easy Listening, Love Songs, Pop, Vocal Pop
Composed By Cindy Walker & Eddie Arnold In 1955
Les Gorven
You Gave Me A Mountain
  Added 11/22/2016
Marty Robbins, Frankie Laine
W&M By Marty Robbins (1968)
Steve Day
You Never Even Call Me By My Name
   Added 04/14/2014
David Alan Coe
70's, Country, Country/Rock, Outlaw Country Blues
Words & Music by Steve Goodman
Gary Rogers
Revised 11/2013
Midkar Member/Moderator
You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This 33kb
Toby Keith
90's, Contemporary Country, Country/Pop, Love Songs, New Traditionalist
Composed By Toby Keith
Wes Reed
You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To 06kb
Chet Atkins
70's, Country, Country/Pop, Easy Listening, Instrumental Guitar, Jazz, Love Songs
Original W&M By Cole Porter
Pascal Savoye
Your Good Girls Gonna Go Bad 26kb
Tammy Wynette, Wanda Jackson, Billie Jo Spears
60's+, Country, Country/Pop, Rockabilly
W&M By Billy Sherrill & Glenn Sutton
Allan Clapp
Your Love Is A Miracle
  Added 06/01/17
Mark Chesnutt (1991)
W&M by Mark Wright and Bill Kenner
The song was released in July 1991 as the fourth single fourth from his debut album Too Cold at Home. It peaked at number 3 in the United States, and number 2 in Canada in their respective Country Music charts. The narrator tells his lover that her love is a miracle for ending his rambling-man ways and making him settle down.
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
Your Man 54kb

Josh Turner
00's, Ballads, Contemporary Country, Country, Neo-Traditionalist Country
W&M By Christophe Dubois, Jace Everett & Chris Stapleton
Jean Jacques Duguay
aka "Jacques Jean"
You're My Jamaica 77kb
Charley Pride
70's, Country, Country/Pop, Traditional Country
Composed By Kent Robbins
Dave Oliver
aka "DaveO"
You're No Good 65kb
Linda Ronstadt
70's, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Country/Pop, Country/Rock, Pop/Rock, Roots Rock
Composed By Clint Ballard, Jr.
Kiralynne & Tracilynne Schilitubi
You're The Reason God Made Oklahoma 23kb
David Frizzell With Shelly West
80's, Country, Country/Pop, Love Songs, Soundtrack
W&M By Sandy Pinkard & Larry Collins
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member
You're The Reason
(I Don't Sleep At Night)
Hank Locklin, Conway Twitty W'Loretta Lynn, Ned Miller And Others
60's+++, Ballads, Country, Country/Pop, Honky Tonk, Love Songs
W&M By Terry Fell, Fred Hanley, Mildred Imes & Robert Moncrief aka Bobby Edwards
Bill Stewart

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