Top Harlan Howard Albums
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Harlan Howard Sings Harland Howard
Harlan Howard Sings Harland Howard
[2009]
Hall of Fame 1997
Hall of Fame 1997
[2002]
You Lucky Dog lyricsWhat A Laugh lyricsI've Got A Tiger By The Tail lyricsI Care lyricsPut Me Back Together Again lyricsBaby For You lyricsHeartaches By The Number lyricsI Fall To Pieces lyricsChokin' Kind lyricsShe Called Me Baby lyricsPretty Good Shape lyricsOut Of A Honky Tonk lyricsNow Everybody Knows lyricsMaybe The Hurt Will Go Away lyricsMary Ann Regrets lyricsLittle More Time lyricsLife Goes On (i Wonder Why) lyricsLeave My Baby Alone lyricsSunday Morning Christian lyricsTake It And Go lyricsYou Love The Ground I Walk On lyricsYou Don't Know My Mind lyricsYankee Go Home lyricsWrong Company lyricsWorld Is Weighing Heavy On My Mind lyricsWishin' She Was Here (instead Of Me) lyricsWhat's Left Of Me lyricsBring It On Back To Me lyricsWe're Proud To Call Him Son lyricsWe Didn't Build This World lyricsUncle Sam (i'm A Patriot) lyricsToo Many Rivers lyricsThree Cheers For The Good Guys lyricsThat Little Boy Who Follows Me lyricsJust For The Heck Of It lyricsJust A Queen For A Day lyricsIt's Nothin' To Me lyricsEverglades lyricsCome On Home Boy lyricsCall Me Up (and I'll Come Calling On You) lyricsCall Me Mr. In-between lyricsCalifornia Sunshine lyricsBusted lyricsBlizzard lyricsBeyond The Blue Horizon lyricsBetter Get Your Pride Back Boy lyricsBaby Sister lyricsBaby Don't Believe Him lyricsAbove And Beyond (the Call Of Love) lyricsEverybody's Baby lyricsGrey Eyes You Know lyricsI've Gotta Leave You Baby lyricsI Don't Believe I'll Fall In Love Today lyricsI'm Tired lyricsI'll Be Gone lyricsI'd Rather Be A Fool lyricsI Run To The Door lyricsI Hope You're Lonesome lyricsI Don't Mind lyricsHome From The Forest lyricsHello There Stranger lyricsHe's Just A Little Meaner lyricsHas Anybody Seen Me Lately lyricsA Thief In The Night lyrics
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Related Information for Harlan HowardHarlan Howard (1927-2002), a native of Detroit, was one of the most prolific and successful of the “old school” Nashville songwriters. While living and working in Los Angeles, he enjoyed a few minor successes, before the break-out hits “Pick Me Up On Your Way Down” and “Heartaches by the Number” led him to move to Nashville in 1960. There, he became an immediate success, his songs recorded by innumerable country artists... read more