We All Get Lucky Sometimes is the fourth studio album by American country music singer Lee Roy Parnell. It was released in 1995 as his first album for Career Records, a sister label of Arista Nashville. This album produced five singles for him on the Billboard country singles charts. A Little Bit of You" was the first, at followed by "When a Woman Loves a Man" ( "Heart's Desire" ( "Givin' Water to a Drowning Man" ( and the title track (
Album Every Night's a Saturday Night. You Can't Get There From Here Lyrics. In a heartbroken town you were lucky you found true love But that wasn't enough Your eyes started to stray then you wandered away Now you're worried cause you've run out of luck As the night turns lonely and black You would trade your last day just to find your way back Oh but you can't get there from . You Can't Get There From Here" Track Info. Every Night's a Saturday Night Lee Roy Parnell. 1. Lucky Me Lucky You. 2. You Can't Get There From Here.
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Artist: Lee Roy Parnell. Album: Every Night's a Saturday Night, 2011. Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises. You Can't Get There from Here (Originally Performed by Lee Roy Parnell) (Karaoke Version) · BFM Hits. Karaoke: Country Hits 1997, Vol. 18. ℗ 2013 BFM Hits.
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Lee Roy Parnell was born on December 21,1956 in Abilene, Texas and his father had performed with Bob Wills, and Parnell gave his first performance at age six on Willss radio show. Parnell played guitar and drums in bands during his teenage years. By 1987, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where he signed with the newly formed Arista Nashville two years later, Parnell released his self-titled debut album for Arista Records in 1990. This album produced three singles in Crocodile Tears, Oughta Be a Law and Family Tree, none of which charted in the Top 40 on the Billboard country charts. We All Get Lucky Sometimes is the fourth studio album by American country music singer Lee Roy Parnell. It was release. mage: Leeroylucky. Hits and Highways Ahead. Hits and Highways Ahead is the first compilation album released by country music artist Lee Roy Parnell.
Lee Roy Parnell is the self-titled debut album of American country music singer Lee Roy Parnell. It was released in 1990 via Arista Records. The album includes the singles "Crocodile Tears", "Oughta Be a Law" and "Family Tree". Although all three singles charted on the . Billboard country charts, they all missed Top 40. "Mexican Money" was also made into a music video. "Mexican Money" was also made into a music video Lee Roy Parnell. On the Road is the third studio album by American country music singer Lee Roy Parnell. It was released October 26, 1993 via Arista Nashville. The album produced four singles for Parnell, all of which charted on Billboard Hot Country Songs: the title track at "I'm Holding My Own" at a cover of the Hank Williams song "Take These Chains from My Heart" at and "The Power of Love" at #51.