Top Dickey Lee Albums
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The Classic Songs Of Dickey Lee
The Classic Songs Of Dickey Lee
[2011]
His Very Best
His Very Best
[2009]
The Very Best Of
The Very Best Of
[2009]
She Thinks I Still Care lyricsTell Laura I Love Her lyrics9 999 999 Tears lyricsPatches lyricsDarcy Farrow lyricsTennessee Blues lyricsTeen Angel lyricsTake Me Home Country Roads lyricsSpecial lyricsSparkling Brown Eyes lyricsSong Sung Blue lyricsSmile As You Go By lyricsSleep Walkin' Blues lyricsRoses Are Red (my Love) lyricsRocky lyricsOn The Southbound lyricsThat Heart Belongs To Me lyricsThe Day The Saw Mill Closed Down lyricsThe Girl From Peyton Place lyricsMemphis Beat lyricsLaurie (Strange Things Happen) lyricsYou're The First Time I've Thought About Leaving lyricsLet's Fall To Pieces Together lyricsDon't Wanna Think About Paula lyricsYours For Life lyricsYou Make It Look So Easy lyricsYear That Clayton Delaney Died lyricsWolverton Mountain lyricsWeekends lyricsWay To Go On lyricsWaiting For A Train lyricsTupelo County Jail lyricsTravelin' Man lyricsOn Susan's Floor lyricsNever Ending Song Of Love lyricsGood Lovin' lyricsGive Me One Good Reason lyricsEverybody's Reaching Out For Someone lyricsEbony Eyes lyricsDoor Is Always Open lyricsDevil Woman lyricsDanna lyricsCrystal Chandeliers lyricsClosest Thing To You lyricsCatfish John lyricsBusiest Memory In Town lyricsBallad Of A Teenage Queen lyricsBaby Bye Bye lyricsAshes Of Love lyricsGot Leavin' On Her Mind lyricsI Never Will Get Over You lyricsMy Blue Tears lyricsMiller's Cave lyricsMakin' Love Don't Always Make Love Grow lyricsLittle Bitty Tear lyricsLet Time Be Your Friend lyricsKingdom I Call Home lyricsIf She Just Helps Me (get Over You) lyricsIf Love Gets There Before I Do lyricsI've Just Seen A Face lyricsI'm So Lonesome I Could Cry lyricsI'll Be Leaving Alone lyricsI Use The Soap lyricsI Saw My Lady lyricsI Saw Linda Yesterday lyricsAngels Roses And Rain lyrics
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Related Information for Dickey LeeDickey Lee Lipscomb (born September 21, 1936, Memphis, Tennessee), known professionally as Dickey Lee (sometimes misspelled Dickie Lee), is an American pop/country singer and songwriter best known for the 1960s teenage tragedy songs “Patches” and “Laurie (Strange Things Happen).” For other uses, see Memphis (disambiguation). … A piece of fabric. … Lee made his first recordings in his hometown of Memphis for Tampa Records and Sun Records in 1957-58. read more