The Bluegrass Album (2013)

  • 1

    Long Hard Road

    Long Hard Road
    (Alan Jackson)

    Chorus:                        It's a long hard road I’m traveling on
                                        Seems forever I've been gone
                                        Yeah it's a long hard road I’m traveling on
                                        Lord I need to find my way back home

    I hear the voice of my sweet mama calling
    Telling me to change my ways
    In my mind I smell the dogwoods blooming
    Takes me back to yesterday

     Chorus:                       Yeah it's a long hard road I’m traveling on
                                        Seems forever I've been gone
                                        Yeah it's a long hard road I’m traveling on
                                        Lord I need to find my way back home

    I left behind the person that I once was
    I changed for good and some for bad
    I wasted days and nights on love forgotten
    I've traded happiness for sad

     Chorus:                       Yeah it's a long hard road I’m traveling on
                                        Seems forever I've been gone
                                        Yeah it's a long hard road I’m traveling on
                                        Lord I need to find my way back home
     
    I've felt the hurt of a broken heart inside me
    I've felt the joy of love unchained
    I've seen the rain wash away a mountain
    Like tears have washed away my pain

     Chorus:                       Yeah it's a long hard road I’m traveling on
                                        Seems forever I've been gone
                                        Yeah it's a long hard road I’m traveling on
                                        Lord I need to find my way back home

    I've watched some loved ones dear to my heart dying
    I've heard a newborn baby’s cry
    I've walked a path of glory and of darkness
    I've felt the guilt of a senseless lie

     Chorus:                       Yeah it's a long hard road I’m traveling on
                                        Seems forever I've been gone
                                        Yeah it's a long hard road I’m traveling on
                                        Lord I need to find my way back home

    I've drank to forget and I've drank to remember
    I've drank for love and I've drank for hate
    I've danced alone with a full moon up above me
    Lightin’ the way to heaven’s gate

     Chorus:                       Yeah it's a long hard road I’m traveling on
                                        Seems forever I've been gone
                                        Yeah it's a long hard road I’m traveling on
                                        Lord I need to find my way back home
     
    I've felt the love of Jesus shining on me
    I've felt the devils wicked way
    I've prayed for forgiveness prayed for redemption
    Prayed just to make it through the day

     Chorus:                       Yeah it's a long hard road I’m traveling on
                                        Seems forever I've been gone
                                        Yeah it's a long hard road I’m traveling on
                                        Lord I need to find my way back home

    © 2013 EMI April Music Inc. obo itself and Tri-Angels Music (ASCAP)

     

     Produced by Keith Stegall and Adam Wright
     
    Recorded and Mixed by John Kelton
    Assisted by Travis Humbert
    Recorded at The Castle (Franklin, TN)
    Mixed at The Sound Station (Nashville, TN)
    Mastered by Hank Williams at MasterMix (Nashville, TN)
    Production Coordinator:  Jason Campbell
     
    Scott Coney – Acoustic Guitar
    Adam Steffey – Mandolin
    Tim Crouch – Fiddle
    Tim Dishman – Bass
    Rob Ickes – Dobro
    Sammy Shelor – Banjo
    Don Rigsby – Background Vocals
    Ronnie Bowman – Background Vocals
  • 2

    Mary

    Mary
    (Alan Jackson)

    Chorus:                        Mary, sweet wife
                                        How did you end up in my life
                                        Beautiful girl
                                        Out of all of this world
                                        You chose me to lay down with at night

    The colors of spring are vivid and green
    Since I looked so deep in your eyes
    All of a sudden I'm filled with emotion
    With feelings I used to deny

     Chorus:                       Mary, sweet wife
                                        How did you end up in my life
                                        Beautiful girl
                                        Out of all of this world
                                        You chose me to lay down with at night

    You've given me purpose and
    Reason to worship someone much stronger than me
    Gentle and tender and always remembers
    The little things a man really needs

    Chorus:                        Mary, sweet wife
                                        How did you end up in my life
                                        Beautiful girl
                                        Out of all of this world
                                        You chose me to lay down with at night

    As time moves along I know we’ll belong to each other
    Till they lay me down
    And when even then I'll take your memory with me
    To hold me when you’re not around

     Chorus:                       Mary, sweet wife
                                        How did you end up in my life
                                        Beautiful girl
                                        Out of all of this world
                                        You chose me to lay down with at night

    © 2013 EMI April Music Inc. obo itself and Tri-Angels Music (ASCAP)

     

    Produced by Keith Stegall and Adam Wright
     
    Recorded and Mixed by John Kelton
    Assisted by Travis Humbert
    Recorded at The Castle (Franklin, TN)
    Mixed at The Sound Station (Nashville, TN)
    Mastered by Hank Williams at MasterMix (Nashville, TN)
    Production Coordinator:  Jason Campbell
     
    Scott Coney – Acoustic Guitar
    Adam Steffey – Mandolin
    Tim Crouch – Fiddle
    Tim Dishman – Bass
    Rob Ickes – Dobro
    Sammy Shelor – Banjo
    Don Rigsby – Background Vocals
    Ronnie Bowman – Background Vocals
  • 3

    Appalachian Mountain Girl

    Appalachian Mountain Girl
    (Alan Jackson)

    Beneath the flowing evergreens
    That capped the ridge on high
    There lives a green-eyed mountain girl
    That stole my heart one night

    She loved me like I'd never known
    Then cast me down below
    To never feel her touch again
    Or taste that mountain snow

    Chorus:                        That Appalachian Mountain girl
    That haunts me from above
    My heart will never beat the same
    Without her mountain love

    I often wake up late at night
    Dreaming about her
    Then walk the floor till morning comes
    In hopes she will return

    Chorus:                        That Appalachian Mountain girl
    That haunts me from above
    My heart will never beat the same
    Without her mountain love

    Sometimes the wind will blow just right
    And I think I can smell
    The flowers that had lined the road
    That led me to this hell

    Chorus:                        That Appalachian Mountain girl
    That haunts me from above
    My heart will never beat the same
    Without her mountain love

    Chorus:                        That Appalachian Mountain girl
    That haunts me from above
    My heart will never beat the same
    Without her mountain love

    Chorus:                        That Appalachian Mountain girl
    That haunts me from above
    My heart will never beat the same
    Without her mountain love

    © 2013 EMI April Music Inc. obo itself and Tri-Angels Music (ASCAP)

     

    Produced by Keith Stegall and Adam Wright
     
    Recorded and Mixed by John Kelton
    Assisted by Travis Humbert
    Recorded at The Castle (Franklin, TN)
    Mixed at The Sound Station (Nashville, TN)
    Mastered by Hank Williams at MasterMix (Nashville, TN)
    Production Coordinator:  Jason Campbell
     
    Scott Coney – Acoustic Guitar
    Adam Steffey – Mandolin
    Tim Crouch – Fiddle
    Tim Dishman – Bass
    Rob Ickes – Dobro
    Sammy Shelor – Banjo
    Don Rigsby – Background Vocals
    Ronnie Bowman – Background Vocals
  • 4

    Tie Me Down

    Tie Me Down
    (Alan Jackson)

    I've dodged the flame of love
    My hearts been slippery and cold
    I always thought I’d walk this path
    At least until I was almost old

    But those sweet lips and eyes of green
    Cut me like a blade of steel
    Pulled my heart like a 18 wheel
    Runnin' up a Tennessee hill

    Chorus:                        I was a rolling stone
                                        My feet never touched the ground
                                        She was the only one that ever could tie me down

    Free life I left behind
    Strapped it to an angel’s wings
    Bounded to a new born love
    Tied up in her apron strings

    I used to live alone
    I never needed anyone
    She turned my head around
    I didn't even try to run

    Chorus:                        Yeah I was a rolling stone
                                        My feet never touched the ground
                                        She was the only one that ever could tie me down

    Looking back I realize
    That happy's not what I was
    When you run across a woman that's your true love
    It's stronger than a moonshine buzz

     Chorus:                       Yeah I was a rolling stone
                                        My feet never touched the ground
                                        She was the only one that ever could tie me down

    Chorus:                        Yeah I was a rolling stone
                                        My feet never touched the ground
    She was the only one that ever could slow me down
    Yeah she was the only one that ever could tie me down

    © 2013 EMI April Music Inc. obo itself and Tri-Angels Music (ASCAP)

    Produced by Keith Stegall and Adam Wright
     
    Recorded and Mixed by John Kelton
    Assisted by Travis Humbert
    Recorded at The Castle (Franklin, TN)
    Mixed at The Sound Station (Nashville, TN)
    Mastered by Hank Williams at MasterMix (Nashville, TN)
    Production Coordinator:  Jason Campbell
     
    Scott Coney – Acoustic Guitar
    Adam Steffey – Mandolin
    Tim Crouch – Fiddle
    Tim Dishman – Bass
    Rob Ickes – Dobro
    Sammy Shelor – Banjo
    Don Rigsby – Background Vocals
    Ronnie Bowman – Background Vocals
  • 5

    Way Beyond The Blue

    Way Beyond The Blue
    (Mark D. Sanders, Randy Albright, Liz Singer)

    I don’t know, but I’ve been told
    The streets of heaven are paved with gold
    Well I supposed it’s true
    If heavens anything like your love
    I believe I’ve been up above a time or two
    Way beyond the blue

    Chorus:                        Way beyond the blue
    Way beyond the blue
    I’ll be lovin’ you
    Way beyond the blue

    Sometime’s love’s like a falling star
    It goes so fast but only goes so far
    Before it breaks your heart in two
    But our love’s more like an airborne jet
    The higher we go the farther we’re gonna get
    Way beyond the blue

    Chorus:                        Way beyond the blue
    Way beyond the blue
    I’ll be lovin’ you
    Way beyond the blue

    Chorus:                        Way beyond the blue
    Way beyond the blue
    I’ll be lovin’ you
    Way beyond the blue                          

    © 1990 Mid-Summer Music, Inc. (ASCAP), Almo Music Corp. / Universal Music Corp.   All rights reserved.  Used by permission.

    Produced by Keith Stegall and Adam Wright
     
    Recorded and Mixed by John Kelton
    Assisted by Travis Humbert
    Recorded at The Castle (Franklin, TN)
    Mixed at The Sound Station (Nashville, TN)
    Mastered by Hank Williams at MasterMix (Nashville, TN)
    Production Coordinator:  Jason Campbell
     
    Scott Coney – Acoustic Guitar
    Adam Steffey – Mandolin
    Tim Crouch – Fiddle
    Tim Dishman – Bass
    Rob Ickes – Dobro
    Sammy Shelor – Banjo
    Don Rigsby – Background Vocals
    Ronnie Bowman – Background Vocals
  • 6

    Ain’t Got Trouble Now

    Lyrics are not available
  • 7

    Blue Ridge Mountain Song

    Blue Ridge Mountain Song
    (Alan Jackson)

    He met her in the fall of '93
    In the hills of Tennessee
    She was barely 17, he was tall and strong and lean
    They were deep in love by June
    Hand in hand beneath that moon
    And she’d

    Chorus:                        Sing a little Blue Ridge Mountain song
    And he’d just hum along
    They'd dance all night till dawn
    On a hillside all alone
    They were young and they were free
    Like a mountain melody
    In love as they could be
    Singin' that Blue Ridge song

    She married in her mama’s wedding gown
    Bought a house and settled down
    He worked driving all around
    Hauling logs from town to town
    And he'd come home every night
    She'd be waiting in the front porch light
    And she'd
    Chorus:                        Sing a little Blue Ridge Mountain song
    And he’d just hum along
    They'd dance all night till dawn
    On the front porch all alone
    They were young and they were free
    Like a mountain melody
    In love as they could be
    Singin' that Blue Ridge song

    They couldn't tell him what was wrong
    Or they just didn't know
    It wasn't very long
    Till Jesus called her home
    Then he got down on his knees
    Said God don't take my love from me
    Just let her

    Chorus:                        Sing a little Blue Ridge Mountain song
    Like she has all along
    I'll dance with her till dawn
    On a hillside all alone
    We'll spend eternity
    Like a mountain melody
    In love as we can be
    Singin' that Blue Ridge song

    Now he lives there all alone
    In the house that they called home
    In his heart there lies a void
    From the absence of her voice
    And he lays down every night
    And dreams about that front porch light
    Where she'd

    Chorus:                        Sing a little Blue Ridge Mountain song                                                           
    And he’d just hum along
    They'd dance all night till dawn
    On a hillside all alone
    They were young and they were free
    Like a mountain melody
    In love as they could be
    Singin' that Blue Ridge song

    A little Blue Ridge Mountain Song     
                                        Sing a little Blue Ridge Mountain Song
                                        Sing a little Blue Ridge Mountain Song
                                        Sing a little Blue Ridge Mountain Song
                                        Sing a little Blue Ridge Mountain Song
                                        Sing a little Blue Ridge Mountain Song                                  

    © 2013 EMI April Music Inc. obo itself and Tri-Angels Music (ASCAP)

     

    Produced by Keith Stegall and Adam Wright
     
    Recorded and Mixed by John Kelton
    Assisted by Travis Humbert
    Recorded at The Castle (Franklin, TN)
    Mixed at The Sound Station (Nashville, TN)
    Mastered by Hank Williams at MasterMix (Nashville, TN)
    Production Coordinator:  Jason Campbell
     
    Scott Coney – Acoustic Guitar
    Adam Steffey – Mandolin
    Tim Crouch – Fiddle
    Tim Dishman – Bass
    Rob Ickes – Dobro
    Sammy Shelor – Banjo
    Don Rigsby – Background Vocals
    Ronnie Bowman – Background Vocals
  • 8

    Blacktop

    Blacktop
    (Alan Jackson)

    This ain’t no song ‘bout the good ol’ days
    Simpler times or easy ways
    Or how I long for an old dirt road
    Greener grass or a lighter load

    Chorus:            I was glad to see the blacktop
    When they laid it down in ‘65
    Yeah I was glad to see the blacktop
    No more dust in my eyes

    Rain would fall
    An the mud would rise
    Through my toes in the summertime
    August heat would dry that clay
    Dust would fly like a dandelion

    Chorus:            I was glad to see the blacktop
    When they laid it down in ‘65
    Yeah I was glad to see the blacktop
    No more dust in my eyes

    Stumped my toes on rocks and stones
    Slipped and fell in them ol’ pot holes
    Watched my mama shake that line
    Dust them clothes off hangin’ in the hot sunshine

    Chorus:            I was glad to see the blacktop
    When they laid it down in ‘65
    Yeah I was glad to see the blacktop
    No more dust in my eyes

    © 2013 EMI April Music Inc. obo itself and Tri-Angels Music (ASCAP)

     

    Produced by Keith Stegall and Adam Wright
     
    Recorded and Mixed by John Kelton
    Assisted by Travis Humbert
    Recorded at The Castle (Franklin, TN)
    Mixed at The Sound Station (Nashville, TN)
    Mastered by Hank Williams at MasterMix (Nashville, TN)
    Production Coordinator:  Jason Campbell
     
    Scott Coney – Acoustic Guitar
    Adam Steffey – Mandolin
    Tim Crouch – Fiddle
    Tim Dishman – Bass
    Rob Ickes – Dobro
    Sammy Shelor – Banjo
    Don Rigsby – Background Vocals
    Ronnie Bowman – Background Vocals
  • 9

    Blue Side of Heaven

    Blue Side Of Heaven
    (Alan Jackson)

    Don’t be sad darling I love you
    And I’ll take you with me in my soul’s memory
    I’m just going ahead to tell them about you
    So they will all know you the way that I do

    Chorus:                        And I’ll meet you dear on the blue side of Heaven
    Where angels sing and days never end
    I’ll dance with you on the blue side of Heaven
    Where God will bless our love once again

    I’ll teach them all the songs that we love dear
    I’ll tell them of our baby’s at home
    I’ll hug and kiss all of our loved ones
    Who came before so I’m not alone

    Chorus:                        And I’ll meet you dear on the blue side of Heaven
    Where angels sing and days never end
    I’ll dance with you on the blue side of Heaven
    Where God will bless our love once again

    So let me go and tell me you love me
    I’m not afraid cause darling I know
    That someday soon you’ll be there with me
    And we’ll be together as long as time goes

    Chorus:                        And I’ll meet you dear on the blue side of Heaven
    Where angels sing and days never end
    I’ll dance with you on the blue side of Heaven
    Where God will bless our love once again

    So don’t be sad you know that I love you
    I’ll see you when it comes to your time
    We’ll walk along some beautiful river
    Hand in hand on life’s other side

    © 2013 EMI April Music Inc. obo itself and Tri-Angels Music (ASCAP)

     

    Produced by Keith Stegall and Adam Wright
     
    Recorded and Mixed by John Kelton
    Assisted by Travis Humbert
    Recorded at The Castle (Franklin, TN)
    Mixed at The Sound Station (Nashville, TN)
    Mastered by Hank Williams at MasterMix (Nashville, TN)
    Production Coordinator:  Jason Campbell
     
    Scott Coney – Acoustic Guitar
    Adam Steffey – Mandolin
    Tim Crouch – Fiddle
    Tim Dishman – Bass
    Rob Ickes – Dobro
    Sammy Shelor – Banjo
    Don Rigsby – Background Vocals
    Ronnie Bowman – Background Vocals
  • 10

    There Is A Time

    There Is A Time
    (Rodney Dillard, Mitch Jayne)
     
    There is a time for love and laughter
    The days will pass like summer storms   
    The winter wind will follow after
    But there is love and love is warm
     
    There is a time for us to wander
    When time is young and so are we
    The woods are greener over yonder
    The path is new the world is free
     
    There is a time when leaves are fallin'
    The woods are gray the paths are old
    The snow will come when geese are callin'
    You need a fire against the cold
     
    There is a time for us to wander
    When time is young and so are we
    The woods are greener over yonder
    The path is new the world is free
     
    So do your roaming in the springtime
    And you'll find your love in the summer sun
    The frost will come and bring the harvest
    You can sleep when day is done
     
    There is a time for us to wander
    When time is young and so are we
    The woods are greener over yonder
    The path is new the world is free
    The path is new the world is free
     
    There is a time for us to wander
    When time is young and so are we
    The woods are greener over yonder
    The path is new the world is free
     
    © 1966 © renewed 1992 Lansdowne Music / Winston Music Publishers (ASCAP)
     
     
    Produced by Keith Stegall and Adam Wright
     
    Recorded and Mixed by John Kelton
    Assisted by Travis Humbert
    Recorded at The Castle (Franklin, TN)
    Mixed at The Sound Station (Nashville, TN)
    Mastered by Hank Williams at MasterMix (Nashville, TN)
    Production Coordinator:  Jason Campbell
     
    Scott Coney – Acoustic Guitar
    Adam Steffey – Mandolin
    Tim Crouch – Fiddle
    Tim Dishman – Bass
    Rob Ickes – Dobro
    Sammy Shelor – Banjo
    Don Rigsby – Background Vocals
    Ronnie Bowman – Background Vocals
  • 11

    Wild and Blue

    Wild And Blue
    (John Scott Sherrill)

    Way across town a phone rings off the wall
    You know he ain't home why do you keep callin'
    You're gonna drive yourself crazy and you know that it's true
    It's making you wild and blue

    Chorus:            Wild and blue it's no wonder you look at the things that you do
    They could just take you up yonder you're already wild and blue

    In somebody's room on the far side of town
    Your minds all made up and the shades all pulled down
    Someone is trying to satisfy you
    He don't know you're wild and you're blue

    Chorus:            Wild and blue it's no wonder just look at the things that you do
    They could just take you up yonder honey you're already wild and blue

    It's four in the morning and you're all alone
    With no place to go why don’t you come home
    I'll be right here baby waitin' for you
    I know you've been wild and blue

    Chorus:            Wild and blue it's no wonder just look at the things that you do
    They could just take you up yonder honey you're already wild and blue

    They could just take you up yonder honey you're already wild and blue

    © 1982 Candy Cane Music (BMI), Combine Music Corp. (BMI)

     
     
    Produced by Keith Stegall and Adam Wright
     
    Recorded and Mixed by John Kelton
    Assisted by Travis Humbert
    Recorded at The Castle (Franklin, TN)
    Mixed at The Sound Station (Nashville, TN)
    Mastered by Hank Williams at MasterMix (Nashville, TN)
    Production Coordinator:  Jason Campbell
     
    Scott Coney – Acoustic Guitar
    Adam Steffey – Mandolin
    Tim Crouch – Fiddle
    Tim Dishman – Bass
    Rob Ickes – Dobro
    Sammy Shelor – Banjo
    Don Rigsby – Background Vocals
    Ronnie Bowman – Background Vocals
  • 12

    Knew All Along

    Knew All Along
    (Adam Wright, Shannon Wright)

    The things you taught me in just a little while
    Would’ve taken me a hundred years
    I can’t imagine travelin’ these miles
    Without somebody like you here

    Chorus:            I guess I knew all along he’d take his angels home
                            Cause he loves them too much to let them stay
                            I guess I knew all along he’d take his angels home
                            But I didn’t know it was gonna be today

    I remember the places that we’ve been
    The little things we used to do
    Looking back now that’s when I began
    To realize that I’m a lot like you

    Chorus:            I guess I knew all along he’d take his angels home
                            Cause he loves them too much to let them stay
                            I guess I knew all along he’d take his angels home
                            But I didn’t know it was gonna be today

    Friends and family helped to pass the time I’m
    Thumbin’ through pictures of you
    Feelin’ lonesome, missin’ you and cryin’
    But that’s not what you’d want me to do

    Chorus:            I guess I knew all along he’d take his angels home
                            Cause he loves them too much to let them stay
                            I guess I knew all along he’d take his angels home
                            But I didn’t know it was gonna be today
                            No, I didn’t know it was gonna be today

    © Starswing Music (ASCAP), Phoebe Tyler Music (ASCAP) / Songs of Razor and Tie (ASCAP) administered by Razor & Tie Music Publishing, LLC.

     

    Produced by Keith Stegall and Adam Wright
     
    Recorded and Mixed by John Kelton
    Assisted by Travis Humbert
    Recorded at The Castle (Franklin, TN)
    Mixed at The Sound Station (Nashville, TN)
    Mastered by Hank Williams at MasterMix (Nashville, TN)
    Production Coordinator:  Jason Campbell
     
    Scott Coney – Acoustic Guitar
    Adam Steffey – Mandolin
    Tim Crouch – Fiddle
    Tim Dishman – Bass
    Rob Ickes – Dobro
    Sammy Shelor – Banjo
    Don Rigsby – Background Vocals
    Ronnie Bowman – Background Vocals
  • 13

    Let’s Get Back to Me and You

    Let’s Get Back To Me And You
    (Alan Jackson)

    I'm always on the road, you're always all alone
    And I'm not always there when I'm at home
    But I'm ready for a little change
    I'm ready to accept some blame
    So let's back up to yesterday

    Chorus:            Let's get back in love
    Back to dreamin' of
    All those little things we used to do
    Let's start holdin' hands
    Let's start makin' plans, honey
    Let's get back to me and you

    It's not like it was when we fell in love
    When all we had was enough
    Well, I don't like the blues
    I like love that's true, honey
    Let's get back to me and you

    Chorus:            And let's get back in love
    Back to dreamin' of
    All those little things we used to do
    Let's start holdin' hands
    Let's start makin' plans, honey
    Let's get back to me and you

    Chorus:            Yeah let's get back in love
    Back to dreamin' of
    All those little things we used to do
    Let's start holdin' hands
    Let's start makin' plans, honey
    Let's get back to me and you

    Chorus:            Yeah let's get back in love
    Back to dreamin' of
    All those little things we used to do
    Let's start holdin' hands
    Let's start makin' plans, honey
    Let's get back to me and you

    Well honey, let's get on back to me and you
    Y’all come back now, ya hear

    © 1995 WB Music Corp. (ASCAP).  All rights reserved.

     

    Produced by Keith Stegall and Adam Wright
     
    Recorded and Mixed by John Kelton
    Assisted by Travis Humbert
    Recorded at The Castle (Franklin, TN)
    Mixed at The Sound Station (Nashville, TN)
    Mastered by Hank Williams at MasterMix (Nashville, TN)
    Production Coordinator:  Jason Campbell
     
    Scott Coney – Acoustic Guitar
    Adam Steffey – Mandolin
    Tim Crouch – Fiddle
    Tim Dishman – Bass
    Rob Ickes – Dobro
    Sammy Shelor – Banjo
    Don Rigsby – Background Vocals
    Ronnie Bowman – Background Vocals
  • 14

    Blue Moon of Kentucky

    Blue Moon Of Kentucky
    (Bill Monroe)

    Blue moon of Kentucky keep on shining
    Shine on the one that’s gone and proved untrue
    Blue moon of Kentucky keep on shining
    Shine on the one that’s gone and left me blue

    It was on a moonlight night the stars were shining bright
    They whispered from on high your love has said goodbye
    Blue moon of Kentucky keep on shining
    Shine on the one that’s gone and said goodbye

    Blue moon of Kentucky keep on shining
    Shine on the one that’s gone and proved untrue
    Blue moon of Kentucky keep on shining
    Shine on the one that’s gone and left me blue

    It was on a moonlight night the stars were shining bright
    They whispered from on high your love has said goodbye
    Blue moon of Kentucky keep on shining
    Shine on the one that’s gone and said goodbye

    © 1947 (Renewed 1974) Bill Monroe Music (BMI), All Rights Administered by BMG Rights Management (US) LLC.  Used By Permission.  All Rights Reserved.

     

    Produced by Keith Stegall and Adam Wright
     
    Recorded and Mixed by John Kelton
    Assisted by Travis Humbert
    Recorded at The Castle (Franklin, TN)
    Mixed at The Sound Station (Nashville, TN)
    Mastered by Hank Williams at MasterMix (Nashville, TN)
    Production Coordinator:  Jason Campbell
     
    Scott Coney – Acoustic Guitar
    Adam Steffey – Mandolin
    Tim Crouch – Fiddle
    Tim Dishman – Bass
    Rob Ickes – Dobro
    Sammy Shelor – Banjo
    Don Rigsby – Background Vocals
    Ronnie Bowman – Background Vocals

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