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George Jones Have You Seen My Chicken lyrics & video: Well, me and me hen was a-roostin' high last night on the roostin' pole When I got up this mornin' Lord, my roostin' pole.
Jul 27, · Tracklist: Memories of Us Touch of Wilderness A Goodbye Joke What I Do Best She Should Belong to Me Have You Seen My Chicken She Once Made a Romeo Cry Bring On the Clowns Hit and Run I Just Don't Give .
George Jones A: Memories Of Us B: I Just Don't Give A Damn: Epic USA: Jun 7" 0: George Jones A: Have You Seen My Chicken B: You Always Look Your Best (Here In My Arms) Epic USA: 7" 0: George Jones A: The Battle B: I'll Come Back: Epic USA: Jan 7" 0: George Jones A: The Battle [Mono] B.
Product Description. Two rare George Jones gems on one disc-neither of which has been on CD before or been reissued in the past 20 years! The Battle () is the aptly titled LP George recorded while in the heat of divorce proceedings with Tammy Wynette; Memories of Us came out the previous year.5/5(7).
"What I Do Best" is a song that makes the claims that the protagonist's finest skill is missing his lover. There is some comic relief in "Have You Seen My Chicken," a cut about a guitar picker, and the laughter in front of the tears on the swinging two-step of "Bring On the Clowns." The final track is the bitterest cut Jones 9/