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Six More Miles (To the Graveyard) is a song written by Hank Williams for MGM Records. It appeared as the B-side to "I Saw the Light" in 1948. Six More Miles (To the Graveyard)" was one of the earliest songs Hank Williams published as a songwriter; it was one of several compositions that appeared in his self-published song folios in 1945 and 1946
In September 1946, Hank Williams auditioned for Nashville's Grand Ole Opry but was rejected. After the failure of his audition, Williams and his wife Audrey tried to interest the recently formed music publishing firm Acuff-Rose Music. Williams and his wife approached Fred Rose, who signed him to a six-song contract, and leveraged a deal with Sterling Records. In December 1946, Williams had his first recording session. on November 16. It was backed with "Six More Miles (To the Graveyard)" and issued on MGM Records (MGM 10271). Boys' Life favored the record, stating: "It's a typical Hank Williams lament, which you western and hillbilly fans will eat up". Hank Williams first appeared on the Kate Smith Evening Hour on March 26, 1952, and joined.
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Six More Miles lyrics. Oh, the rain is slowly falling And my heart is so sore Six more miles and leave my darling Never on this earth to meet no more. Six more miles to the graveyard Six more miles, long and sad Six more miles and leave my darling Leave the best friend I ever had. -- Instrumental --. Oh, I hear the train a-coming Bringing my darling back home Six more miles to the graveyard And I'll be left here all alone
Six More Miles (To The Graveyard). Guitar, Vocals – Katie MooreNyckelharpa – Alex Kehlher Vocals – Andrew Horton (2)Written-By – Hank Williams. Bass – Sage ReynoldsFiddle – Alex Kehler (2)Guitar, Vocals – Andrew Horton (2)Mandolin, Dobro – Joe GrassVocals – Katie MooreWritten-By – Traditional.
Hank Williams – SIX MORE MILES lyrics. Write my explanationnew. G) oh I hear the train A-Comin', Bringin' my (C) darlin' back (G) home, Six more (C) miles, to the (G) graveyard, And I'll be left here (D7) all A- (G) lone. Repeat chorus This verse not on record, but in both early song books: Left her in that lonely church yard, Left my darlin' alone, Now I'm sad, my heart is cryin', As I wander thru life alone. Lyrics taken from /lyrics/h/hank williams/six more miles.