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  1. album. NUMBER ONE COUNTRY HITS Various artists. songs (4 hours and 21 minutes) Released on January 1, My Songs; Unlimited; 1. El Paso Marty Robbins: 2. Take These Chains From My Heart Hank Williams: 3. I Fall To Pieces Patsy Cline: 4. Walk On By Leroy Van Dyke: 5. Tender Years.
  2. Country Number Ones of the 50s (3-CD) by Various Artists - CD () for $ from protcamahteledurlacarbelldolume.coinfo Country & Bluegrass - Order by Phone COVID Because of processes designed to ensure the safety of our employees, you may experience a delay in the shipping of your order. Take These Chains From My Heart - Hank Williams; 5. It's Price: $
  3. Take These Chains From My Heart: 10 – Barbara Fairchild: Slippin' Away: 11 – Kenny Rogers: Shine On Ruby Mountain: 12 – Stonewall Jackson: Ol' Blue: 13 – George Jones (2) Ragged But Right: 14 – Donna Fargo: Sticks And Stones: 15 – Frankie Laine: High Noon: 16 – Roy Drusky: The Last Letter: 17 – Freddy Fender (2) Wild Side Of.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for 50 Irish Country Classics - Various Artists on AllMusic. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for 50 Irish Country Classics - Various Artists on AllMusic Take These Chains from My Heart. Johnny McEvoy. Amazon: Paper Roses. Tracy & the.
  5. Take These Chains From My Heart Lyrics: Take these chains from my heart and set me free / You've grown cold and no longer care for me / All my faith in you is gone but the heartaches linger on.
  6. Take these chains from my heart and set me free. Take these tears from my eyes and let me see Just a spark of the love that used to be If you love somebody new let me find a new love too Take these chains from my heart and set me free. Give my heart just a word of sympathy Be as fair to my heart as you can be Then if you no longer care.
  7. Jan 14,  · "Take These Chains from My Heart" is a single by Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys, written by Fred Rose and Hy Heath. The song was the last of Hank Williams' country number-one hits. The song reached Number One on the Billboard Country & Western Best Sellers chart.
  8. "Take These Chains from My Heart" is a song by Hank Williams. It was written by Fred Rose and Hy Heath and was recorded at Williams' final recording session on September 23, , in Nashville. The song has been widely praised; Williams' biographer Colin Escott deems it "perhaps the best song ever presented to Hank It was one of the very few songs that sounded somewhat similar to a Hank .

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