Marty Robbins - The Blues Country Style Lyrics



The city streets are friendless and cold
I walk them mile after mile
I'm a country boy a-singin' the blues
The blues, country style.

Nobody stops to tell me hello
Not even one friendly smile
I'm a country boy alone with the blues
The blues, country style.

One hundred tears make one city block
Two thousand tears make a mile
I'm a country boy with miles of blues
The blues, country style.

Tonight, in dreams, I'm goin' back home
And I'll be happy awhile
But I know at dawn, I wake with the blues
The blues, country style.

I'm a country boy a-singin' the blues
The blues, country style...




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Marty Robbins The Blues Country Style Comments
  1. Primrose Haran

    simply beautiful love everything marty sings he is the best singer ever

  2. Bud Maxwell

    REAL country music done by the master!!!!!!

  3. gayle shaw

    Beautiful song. You are the best Marty

  4. Alyssa Kelley

    love it

  5. Siouxindian7

    Dont have to look anymore, I found the CD, ... Yes I got the number.. Love it..

  6. Siouxindian7

    What a Amazing song, I love that song.
    It's really great..
    Is there anybody who knows where I can bye that on a CD.???

  7. ricknelson69

    Fantastic!

  8. barrygioportmorien1

    Marty at his best.

  9. DL Ray

    love this story! this stuff is what makes youutube. ok, and the music =)

  10. Barry Hoskings

    One of my favorites cut can't find it anywhere to download. Lived in Europe in early 60s & EPs (4 songs on a 7" vinyl) were the favorites over LPs. I bought Marty's Hanging Tree with this song & Ain't I the Lucky One & can't remember the 4th song. Once on Midnight Special he was hosting with Loretta Lynn and she was drowning him out so he started just lip syncing the song & she caught on after about 5 seconds & hit him so hard he nearly fell off the staircase. God, I love em' both.

  11. tarquin45

    El Paso wasn't a really big hit in the UK. It got in the top 20 and tailed off probably because of the D J 's reluctance to play it because of its length. The album 'Gunfighter Ballads' however, must have done really well in the UK as did the second album.