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Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper - All On Account Of You / You Tried To Ruin My Name album download

Performer:

Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper

Title:

All On Account Of You / You Tried To Ruin My Name

Genre:

Country and World

MP3 album size:

1617 mb

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Rating:

4.1 ✱

Style:

Country

Country:

US

Date of release:

1955

Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper - All On Account Of You / You Tried To Ruin My Name album download

Tracklist

A All On Account Of You
B You Tried To Ruin My Name

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
20898 Wilma Lee And Stoney Cooper* All On Account Of You / You Tried To Ruin My Name ‎(Shellac, 10") Columbia 20898 US 1952

Provided to YouTube by Rebeat Digital GmbH You Tried to Ruin My Name · Wilma Lee · Stoney Cooper True Country of Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper, Vol. 5 ℗ 2013 Im. .True Country of Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper, Vol. 5. ℗ 2013 Imperial Music Group. Released on: 2017-10-01. Composer: DR. Auto-generated by YouTube.

You should go and hang your head in shame, the way you tried to ruin my name You even tried to put the blame on me when all along twas you Who was breaking every sacred vow, you didn't worry where or how I hope that you are paying for the way you left me crying here alone and blue. With your fast talk and your smile so sweet I let you sweep me off my feet I thought my life would be complete to have you for my very own Like a sailboat with no wind around I had no power to turn you down You had your way with me till you grew tired and went your way and left me. here alone.

Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper - You Tried To Ruin My Name (1951). Top Songs By Wilma Lee & Stoney Coopeer. 1. You Tried To Ruin My Name. 148. 2. Don't Play That Song (On The Juke Box Tonight). Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper. 22. 3. The Clinch Mountain Waltz. 6. What Can I Say. 7. My Lord's Gonna Shake My Hand. Will The Lord Let You In. Show More Show Less.

Wilma Lee Leary (February 7, 1921 – September 13, 2011), known professionally as Wilma Lee Cooper, was an American bluegrass-based country music entertainer. Born in Valley Head, West Virginia, Leary sang in her youth with her family's gospel music group, The Leary Family, which included her parents and sisters. They recorded for the Library Of Congress in 1938. Wilma was born Willma Leigh Leary, according to the 1930 US Census.

An American country duo consisting of Wilma Lee Cooper (née Leary) and Stoney Cooper.

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