Hank Williams, Jr. Lyrics


The fact that the career of HANK WILLIAMS JR. has endured
to become legendary is not surprising. What is surprising—
no, make that amazing—is that the man himself has survived
the ride.

With 2002, comes the resurgence of the man and his music,
and never has there been a time Hank Jr. and his national
anthem of ‘country boys can survive’ seemed more relevant
to world headlines and musical tastes. A renewed
Americanism and a pride in self sufficiency as a national
art form can only spell out his name in bold relief—be it
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flag patriot or people patriot | Reviewer: Jim
    ------ About the song We Don't Apologize For America performed by Hank Williams, Jr.

Dear Hank..I understand your Red blooded American Patriotism...I love my country as well.My review of your song is a suggestion that you as a patriot of our country...because of your unique position as a roll model to a predominantly uneducated public are able, if you have the patriotic character of a Dylan or Baez or Fonda (who forsaked $ and risked imprisonment), to educate your audience to how our congress ( both Dems and Reps) have colluded with the Bankers and Big Corps to Rape the American taxpayer and to Pimp Miss Liberty for personal gain. We are an insolvent third world country and you are singing flag waving songs.It is not Obama's doing ...it is the doing of all 500 of those politicians that is responsible for Americas "undoing" . Check out Jessey Ventura"s Website and watch all the sites that you are led to....learn what the "Federal Reserve" is ...What really took down the WTC, What Eisenhower had to say about the military machine and the monopoly of the wealthy....You, I and every American owe to our debtors over $250,000. each...( a debt that cannot be repaid and is soon to be doubled when the Banks declare again within the year that they "lost"(stole) all our $ again. Read about the internment camps that have been built all over America to house the rioters and "true Patriots" that will soon be fighting in the streets for there very survive and that of their country while the bankers and the politicians they sleep with are in another country or a salt mine after they so "brilliantly" nuke us all to satisfy some oil co. or appease Israel"s demands to dominate it's neighbors, read about the health risks of GMO's the Chem trails, pesticides in our aquifers......America needs leaders in the music world (who are not wimps, not afraid to tell the truth) to rally with "song" the activists, to enlighten and piss off and yes incite the puplic to...." take back America" Hank....the question is not if, but when ( and it will be soon) there will be blood in the streets...Americans fighting for food, storming empty/unmanned Banks, dying in cities because they couldn't get gas, food, shelter, medical treatment from a bankrupt politically deserted country.....You " will" be remembered Hank for your stand, as one who participated in the solution ...in rallying our military (our youth) to not turn a gun on their neighbor but to uphold the constitution, to regain control of our government...to wrest it from the hold of the Banks...OR.... you will be remembered as an apathetic bystander (flag waving in your safe house) away from it all like the rest of the elitist singer, song writers have chosen to do. The biggest hero's in the music world today are Freedom fighter singer/song writers in Syria, Egypt, Tunisia, Somalia, Afghanistan, Greece, Spain, France and China to name a few....all places where people are struggling to take back their governments from the same economically destructive collusiveness that exists in America between our Govt.,the Banks and the Big Corps.Put your writing skills to use in educating and saving your American neighbors from the perils that lie very soon in front of them....You cannot first do that unless you educate yourself and decide to wear a big pair of balls...and then....WALK THE TALK. ...We need you now... Hope you decide to joins and give us some inspirational, educational, motivational and freedom fighting 'Patriotic"songs that are sorely needed. If you decide to ride in on a set of big ones....be prepared to find the Country (that you are touting as so great in your songs) to take your freedom of speech away. My statements have just put me on a watch list, Good luck as, either way, you will be fighting side by side with us patriots or with your conscience for the rest of your life....JIM Costello ..PS..It would not surprise me to see this review censored or edited.

POOR WICKED SOUL | Reviewer: LLOYD R. FELTER SR .
    ------ About the song Wealth Won't Save Your Soul performed by Hank Williams, Jr.

IT IS A GREAT SONG , I ' M NOT A GREAT SINGER BUT I LOVE HANK WILLIAMS MUSIC AND SONGS ,I TRY AND SING HANKS SONG, ESPECELLY HOUSE OF GOLD . MY DAD LOVED 'YOU WIN AGAIN' AND I WROTE A SONG--''MY DAD WAS A HANK WILLIAMS FAN '' MY DAD DIED SEPT-28-1953.
THANKS ''HANK ''

JUST LOVE HANK'S SONGS | Reviewer: MIRANDA BROSSARD
    ------ About the song Family Tradition performed by Hank Williams, Jr.

I HAVE FOREVER BEEN A FAN OF HANK WILLIAMS SR. AT AN EARLY AGE BUT WHEN HANK JR. STARTED RECORDING, I REALLY FLIPPED TO HIS STYLE OF MUSIC, HAVE ALL HIS RECORDS AND MOST OF THE SONGS I USE IN MY LINE DANCING COURSES TWICE A WEEK. EVERYONE IN MY CLASS LOVE HIS MUSIC.


precious memories | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Nobody's Child performed by Hank Williams, Jr.

somewhere in the mid to late 1940's or very early '50's I heard hank williams sing it. For whatever reason I have over the years hummed or sang it to myself many, many, many dozens of times. I am not blind nor any of my many many relatives and our children. I am so fortunate. I don't know why I do. perhaps just a mood, or thankfulness.It has always been a favorite, as have been so many from hank. november 28,2013 I will be eighty years old. i have bushels of memories and this is a favorite,thanks to luke the drifter. leonard jobe, boyd county kentucky.

Just to review Hank's words from long ago | Reviewer: Joe Roberts
    ------ About the song Crazy Heart performed by Hank Williams, Jr.

It was great, although I question the kine that reads ' I KNEW THAT YOU COULD'T MEANT" I don't remember Hank singing that word when he did it many years ago. Please advise me of the correct word, if I am mistaken, I am so very sorry. Hank Sr was my HERO and when he died I was stationed on the island of Okinawa and the fiddle player and I bought us a ha,f gallon of FOUR ROSES, ( that was all we could afford as we had not gotten paid yet) and I grabbed my ole guitar then off to the village to do our weeping. Still love him

Touching song... | Reviewer: Bahama Mama
    ------ About the song Nobody's Child performed by Hank Williams, Jr.

As a child, I always felt so sad when I heard the lyrics and wondered about the blind boy in the orphanage. There is a Bahamian version of this song(actually the only version I have heard, but I know it is a cover). I was so young, but I would always picture a lonely lil boy, but I always loved the melody of the song. Even now as an adult I still feel sad when I hear it. I have never added it to my list of performance songs, because I always felt I could not control my emotions, but I'm adding it to it now, and if I cry then I just cry...

CryBaby | Reviewer: Silverara
    ------ About the song Nobody's Child performed by Hank Williams, Jr.

I first sang this song to my son when he was very small. I sang it as a lullaby as he was going to bed. My son was just old enough to understand the words. He burst into tears and sobbed throughout - maybe it was my singing! - but at the end, and after he had recovered himself a little, he said, "Again!", and the same scenario ensued. We followed this routine for quite some nights. I don't know what this says about my parenting! He's 13 now, and as I started singing the song again, his memories of that time came flooding back, and we had a little smile about it. Meanwhile, his therapy is going well......

horse lover | Reviewer: Nola Ross
    ------ About the song Long Black Limousine performed by Hank Williams, Jr.

The Long Black Limousine, and the one done by Elvis, is the greatest sad song of all time. Bobby George, I am told wrote the lyrics. something is wrong with the person who doesnt shed a tear over this one. great job, Bobby. and Elvis

The world's unwanted children | Reviewer: Mama
    ------ About the song Nobody's Child performed by Hank Williams, Jr.

I remember this song from my childhood. I grew up, married, had 5 wonderful, healthy children. I got divorced. I love my kids more than my own life. I am so grateful that my children grew to adulthood, and missed those 'kiddie cuddle and play' moments - so I became a fostermum. I live MY children, including ny little fosterdaughter who is going blind through a congenital condition. If you have room in your heart, and room in your home, please, please, please - consider giving love and care to another child.

rememberance.. | Reviewer: John Craig
    ------ About the song Nobody's Child performed by Hank Williams, Jr.

I was fostered too a family, as a child of 12-16mths old, for long term fostering. The head of the family "my Dah", as he was 2 become, was registered blind. I became his seeing eye dog. So this song is very poingnant.


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