In 1976, NFL quarterback Terry Bradshaw and the Pittsburgh Steelers earned their second consecutive Super Bowl trophy. Yet while his football career would eventually ensure him a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Bradshaw was also moonlighting in another profession, that of country singer. In addition to the Williams tunes, Bradshaw’s album featured his takes on four Roger Miller songs, including The Last Word in Lonesome Is Me. Released as the follow-up to his hit, the single stiffed, landing at Number 90 before falling off the chart.
The Last Word In Lonesome Is Me. Written-By – R. Miller.
Terry Bradshaw's upcoming show in Vegas is big enough news that it's worth reposting this entry from December 2011, a reminder of the fact . .Most of the album's songs even then were Classic Country standards.
Terry Bradshaw, at the time the starting quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers, recorded the song in 1976. Bradshaw's version was a top-20 hit on the country charts. Johnny Cash covered the song on multiple occasions, including on the album American IV: The Man Comes Around in a duet with Nick Cave, a lifelong fan of Cash who picked the song after Rick Rubin asked him what song he would most like to sing if the two were to collaborate. Cowboy Junkies covered the song on their 1988 album The Trinity Session. Akiko Yano released a cover of "I'm So Lonesome I could Cry" in her 1997 album Oui Ou.Me First and the Gimme Gimmes covered the song on their 2006 album Love Their Country. Volbeat covered this song on their 2008 album Guitar Gangsters & Cadillac Blood. Australian singer Gina Jeffreys covered the song on her album, Old Paint (2010).
Lyrics taken from /lyrics/t/terry bradshaw/im so lonesome i could cry. Thanks for correcting Terry Bradshaw - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry lyrics! Please, do not delete tags "", because they responsible for explanations' markup. This song is by Roger Miller and appears on the album The 3rd Time Around (1965). The last word in lonesome is me The last word in lonesome is me My heart is as lonely as a heart can be lonely The last word in lonesome is me. Too bad what's happened to our good love Too bad what's happened to our good love Sometimes our best isn't quite good enough And the last word in lonesome is me.
Last spring Bradshaw played a bit part in Burt Reynolds’ Hooper. He got it after Reynolds inadvertently read a dumb Bradshaw joke on an NFL pre-game show, then apologized. But on the set Terry’s slow-learner reputation preceded him. He was given two lines and told to go home and learn them. Off-season he’ll also negotiate for a second record album. A passable Country & Western singer, he made I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry for Mercury in 1976. It wasn’t an embarrassment, but the LP flopped commercially. No promotion, Terry complains.
Until You, Dimestore Jesus from Terry Bradshaw () (7''). More Albums by Terry Bradshaw. I'm So Lonesome I Could CryTerry Bradshaw. Until YouTerry Bradshaw. The Last Word In Lonesome Is MeTerry Bradshaw. Until You/Dimestore JesusTerry Bradshaw. Take These Chains From My HeartTerry Bradshaw. Until You, Until YouTerry Bradshaw. Dimestore JesusTerry Bradshaw.
Terry Bradshaw is a former American football player. Previously, he played for Pittsburgh Steelers as a quarterback and also won four Super Bowl Championship with the team. Currently, he has been also a TV sports analyst and co-host of Fox NFL Sunday since 1994. Terry Bradshaw Bio. Last Modified January 8, 2019. Facts of Terry Bradshaw.
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