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Look What Thoughts Will Do


Download links and information about Look What Thoughts Will Do by Lefty Frizzell. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 34 tracks with total duration of 01:27:43 minutes.

Artist: Lefty Frizzell
Release date: 1997
Genre: Country
Tracks: 34
Duration: 01:27:43
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No. Title Length
1. I Love You a Thousand Ways 2:42
2. If You've Got the Money I've Got the Time (78rpm Version) 2:53
3. Shine, Shave, Shower (It's Saturday) 2:31
4. Don't Think It Ain't Been Fun, Dear (Cuz It Ain't) 2:45
5. Look What Thoughts Will Do 2:26
6. You Want Everything But Me 2:24
7. I Want to Be With You Always 3:01
8. Give Me More, More, More (Of Your Kisses) 2:15
9. How Long Will It Take (To Stop Loving You) 2:21
10. Always Late (With Your Kisses) 3:03
11. Mom and Dad's Waltz 3:03
12. You Can Go On Your Way Now 2:29
13. Travellin' Blues 2:52
14. My Rough and Rowdy Ways 2:34
15. Don't Stay Away (Till Love Grows Cold) 2:55
16. Forever (And Always) 2:26
17. Lost Love Blues 2:22
18. I'm an Old, Old Man (Tryin' to Live While I Can) 2:25
19. I'll Try 2:11
20. (Honey, Baby, Hurry!) Bring Your Sweet Self Back to Me 2:11
21. All of Me Loves All of You 2:18
22. Run 'Em Off 3:02
23. I Love You Mostly 2:30
24. It Gets Late So Early 2:51
25. Treat Her Right 2:29
26. Just Can't Live That Fast (Any More) 2:01
27. Sick, Sober and Sorry 2:30
28. You're Humbuggin' Me 2:27
29. Cigarettes and Coffee Blues 2:33
30. The Long Black Veil 3:08
31. Forbidden Lovers 2:35
32. Don't Let Her See Me Cry 2:09
33. Saginaw, Michigan 3:00
34. She's Gone, Gone, Gone 2:21



Lefty Frizzell’s songs are as solidly composed and toughly played as anything by Hank Williams, but where Williams’ music has a fearsome mean streak, Frizzell invested his songs with an easygoing charm. His relaxed drawl was a formative influence not only on Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson but on the generation of crossover country singers that followed them. Frizzell essentially invented the blend of pop songwriting, downhome feeling, and catchy storytelling that went on to be practiced by George Strait, Alan Jackson, and Dwight Yoakam. Frizzell’s 25-year career extended from 1950 to 1975, and Look What Thoughts Will Do encompasses Western Swing (“If You’ve Got the Money I’ve Got the Time”), hard honky-tonk (“Don’t Think It Ain’t Been Fun, Dear”), and even rockabilly (“You’re Humbuggin’ Me”). Although Frizzell brought country music songwriting to a new place and contributed some of the genre’s best tearjerkers, his ability to write an honest love song was his greatest skill. Look What Thoughts Will Do is chock full of gems, but the songs that get inside Lefty’s heart are “I Love You A Thousand Ways,” “I Want To Be With You Always,” and “Forever (And Always).”