"Yesterday Once More" as written by Peggy White and Jim Mundy....
Lord, I love to hear Hank Williams sing
And there's a lot of Lefty's now with different names
But it'll never be the way it was before
Take me back to yesterday once more

How I miss ole Tex, those days were good
And nobody else could sing like Jim Reeves could
Red Foley's Gospel songs touched my heart
Take me back to yesterday once more

When they sang, 'Your Cheatin' Heart'
It always made me ache
And there'll be peace in the valley someday
I knew 'Rye Whiskey', 'Four Walls' too near me
Take me back to yesterday once more

Johnny Horton sang a country song so fine
And there'll never be another Patsy Cline
And how I miss Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys
Take me back to yesterday once more

When they sang 'Your Cheatin' Heart'
It always made me ache
And there'll be 'Peace in the valley someday'
'North to Alaska' and 'San Antonio Rose'
Take me back to yesterday once more
Take me back to yesterday once more


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"Yesterday Once More" as written by Peggy White Jim Mundy

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