Jackson, Wanda - Tears At The Grand Ole Opry Lyrics




Ask the Grand Ole Opry here in Nashville Tennessee
Everyone will be happy everybody but me
Tonight I'll be there by myself I won't be with somebody else
Cause the one that I love has been stolen away

Cause there'll be tears at the Grand Ole Opry tonight
And every Saturday night bitter tears I will fight
All the songs that I will hear will just bring sadness to my ear
Cause there'll be tears at the Grand Ole Opry tonight

Cause there'll be tears at the Grand Ole Opry tonight
This old heart can't believe that you're gone from sight
There'll be no more joy and songs for me you were the only one
And there'll be tears at the Grand Ole Opry tonight





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Jackson, Wanda Tears At The Grand Ole Opry Comments
  1. Wade Raney

    I like to believe that Hank Williams discovered sweet voice Wanda😉

  2. Rocky Easterline

    She was one of the greatest ex-pro boxer best fight predictor also founder of boxing vs UFC Rocky Esterline she is still alive and singing but I like how she puts that old-fashioned sound into it LOL

  3. Geoff Cole

    Never heard this before, wonderfull.

  4. Manuela Casale

    Brano citato nel bel libro I lanciafiamme -The Flamethrowers- di Rachel Kushner

  5. Sonny Dave

    As a classic country singer, Wanda is as good as any of the top stars. I believe that she was "discovered" by Hank Thompson.

  6. Dalton Dokum-Wemigwans

    This was one of my grandma's favourites... I miss her a lot... 

  7. Martin Cosgrave

    a really beautiful lady with the voice of an angel, the best female C&W artist ever

  8. imanuglyfrog

    @ENACODNOM ...Blimey you're right, a year has gone already..! I read somewhere that it was Elvis who talked Wanda into Rockabilly / Rock & Roll.....but she did return to C& W once the Hey Day of R & R had passed.

  9. VICTOR BALIT

    As you probably discovered since you posted these last year, all the songs in that album, released in 1962, were her first singles on Decca, between 1954 and 1955, when our delightful Wanda wanted to become a C&W star, before finally deciding that Rock & Roll was better for her.

  10. klmullins65

    This is interesting, because a few years ago, I visited the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, and I remember there was a beautiful woman sitiing on the steps crying. I always think of that when I think of the Grand Ol Opry.

  11. Walley Eastwood,s PeggySueFanChannel

    love this song 10******