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  1. Hank Williams (September 17, – January 1, ), born Hiram King Williams, was an American singer-songwriter and musician regarded as one of the most important country music artists of all time. Williams recorded 35 singles (five released posthumously) that would place in the Top 10 of the Billboard Country & Western Best Sellers chart, including 11 that ranked number one.
  2. Well, you're just in time to be too late I tried to but I couldn't wait And now I've got another date So I won't be home no more You're just in time to miss the boat So don't take off your hat and coat Be on your way, that's all she wrote 'Cause I won't be home no more I stood around a month or two And waited for your call Now I'm too busy pitchin' woo So come around next fall I scratched your.
  3. Written and recorded by Hank Williams (Sr.) Capo on 1st Fret. [D] Well, you're just in time to be too late I tried to but I couldn't wait And [A] now I 've got another date So I won't be home no [D] more You're just in time to miss the boat So don't take off your hat and coat [A] Be on your way, that's all she wrote 'Cause I won't be home no [D.
  4. Song information for I Won't Be Home No More - Hank Williams on AllMusic. Song information for I Won't Be Home No More - Hank Williams on AllMusic His Best Recordings, Vol. 2: Hank Williams [Direct Source 3 CD] Direct Source: Hank Williams. The Very Best of Hank Williams [Legacy] Legacy:
  5. I Won’t Be Home No More: Song written and recorded by Hank Williams for the MGM label, was recorded on July 11, , in Castle Studio at The Tulane Hotel, 8th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN, Hank was accompanied in the recording by The Drifting Cowboys: Chet Atkins (electric guitar), Jack Shook (rhythm guitar), Don Helms (steel), Ernie Newton (bass / fiddele) and Jerry Rivers (fiddle).
  6. Hank Williams was born in Mount Olive, Alabama in and also lived in Greenville and Georgiana, Alabama as a kid during the Great Depression. The family eventually moved to Montgomery. 2.
  7. "I Won't Be Home No More" is a song written by Hank Williams on July 11, It was released posthumously on MGM Records a year later in July It was recorded at the same session that produced " You Win Again " and has a similar theme, albeit in a more blithesome tone, that probably reflects Hank's bitterness towards his ex-wife Audrey Williams (Hank and Audrey .
  8. Hank Williams Snr ‎– The Best Of Hank Williams Snr: CD None of our CDS have been refurbished. We only list CDs that are in very good condition and you can be at ease that your CD will be exactly how it has been described.

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