The Statler Brothers Lyrics


THE STATLERS have been known for many years as a group that
listeners can rely on for good, classic, down-home country
music. Their patented harmonies, good humor and keen
lyrical sense have highlighted countless hit songs over the
years, including "Bed of Rose's," "Pictures," "Do You
Remember These," "Class of 57," "Whatever Happened to
Randolph Scott," and seemingly countless others.

THE STATLERS PIONEERED the way for group performers in
country music. When The Statlers started out, the
prevailing wisdom was that groups simply More...


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Searching for music to beautiful song! | Reviewer: loloughlind@msn.com
    ------ About the song You've Been Like A Mother To Me performed by The Statler Brothers

"You've been like a mother to me" and another song :"I've never spent a
Christmas that I don't think of you" are just heavenly. Glad I was
introduced to both and surprised to find such beautiful songs that I did
not even know! My nephrew sings in a Cleveland group called Singing Angels
and I would love to find the music as well as the lyrics for this young man to sing. They may being going back to the White House at Christmas and
the have to perform a new piece each year to earn that right. Regardless
these songs truly touched my heart thank you for such beautiful music!

Witch at the county fair??? | Reviewer: Jim
    ------ About the song Do You Remember These performed by The Statler Brothers

It's the "Whip" at the county fair. The Whip was a ride that went along an oblong island. When you reached the end of the island the tether line would "whip" you faster, thus the name.

You've Been Like A Mother To Me | Reviewer: Kyle Parkhurst
    ------ About the song You've Been Like A Mother To Me performed by The Statler Brothers

This is a beautiful song done by the Statlers. GREAT JOB DON!! Is there piano music available for it? It would be a great song for church on the 4th of July week-end!

Our Song | Reviewer: lmn
    ------ About the song Class Of '57 performed by The Statler Brothers

I graduated in 1957 with a class of 136. A male quartet from our class that sang together in High School got together again and sang this song for our 25 year reunion and again for our 50 year reunion in 2007. We could easily plug in names of our own classmates and there wasn't a dry eye in the room!

wonderful singers, | Reviewer: Rena Forster
    ------ About the song Other Side Of The Cross performed by The Statler Brothers

I have been a fan of the Statlers from day one,I have their Christmas CD's
Gospel and Country as well...I would LOVE to get the words & music for "On The Other Side of The Cross"I hum the tune to myself,but wish I had the Music!!! How can I get it?? I sing in a Ladies Trio,I know they would love it too,as l do...I really appreciate GOOD MUSIC..and thats what I hear with the Statler Brothers,awsome harmony.

Love the songs that the Statlers Brothers sing | Reviewer: Marsha Myers
    ------ About the song Different Song performed by The Statler Brothers

I enjoy listening and singing with the Statler Brothers and The Gaithers Quartet and all the Gaither Homecoming that comes WTVI television show on Saturday evening at 5:30 to 6:30pm and at 7:00 to 8:00 pm. I love all the gospel songs that are sung. Keep up the good work. May God Bless You All.

Great times | Reviewer: Carol Bowman
    ------ About the song Class Of '57 performed by The Statler Brothers

What memories of living life back then. My husband, John, (now deceased) was a cattle broker! How ironic and he bought lots of his cattle out of VA in the area the Statlers grew up.

Remembrance | Reviewer: Doc US NAVY Corpsman
    ------ About the song More Than a Name on a Wall performed by The Statler Brothers

It has been nearly 40 years since I was there and I can still see the faces, the blood and the pain. I was their "Doc" but I couldn't save them all. This song haunts me but I don't ever want to lose it from my brain. God Bless those fine young men.

I was there | Reviewer: Sally
    ------ About the song Class Of '57 performed by The Statler Brothers

I graduated in '57 and with a small class. It was the most wonderful time to be alive. Life was out there waiting for us, and we thought we were ready for it. Some of us were and some were not. Most of us have kept in touch, and the 3 or 4 that didn't missed a lot.

good wholesome music | Reviewer: jim mc knight
    ------ About the song Class Of '57 performed by The Statler Brothers

thes guys really how to entertain all groups of folks no matter what part of the country you live in.They bring a real happiness and much needed inspiration to those going through trials and tribulation,A big thank you to them is most deseriiving, hope they will keep it going.


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