Eddy Arnold – Kentucky Waltz

Written and performed by Bill Monroe on 1946. In 1951 Eddy Arnold recorded his version of the song which reached number one on the Country & Western Best Seller charts.

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Eddy Arnold – Kentucky Waltz, is a 1946 song written and performed by Bill Monroe. The song was Bill Monroe’s most successful release on the Country & Western charts peaking at number three.
In 1951 Eddy Arnold recorded his version of the song which reached number one on the Country & Western Best Seller charts.
Eddy Arnold - Kentucky Waltz
B-Side Single Eddy Arnold RCA 1951
Eddy Arnold – Kentucky Waltz
From the album Eddy’s Songs RCA 1964
B-side “A Million Miles From Your Heart”
Sello: RCA Victor – 48-0444
Formato: Vinilo, 7″, 45 RPM, Single
Publicado: 1951
Género: Folk, World, & Country
Estilo: Country, Folk
Songwriter(s) Bill Monroe

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Eddy Arnold – Kentucky Waltz lyrics

[Verse]
We were waltzin’ that night in Kentucky
By that beautiful harvest moon
And I was a boy that was lucky
But it all ended too soon
As I sit here alone in the moonlight
I see your smiling face
And I long once more for your embrace
And that beautiful Kentucky Waltz
[Refrain]
We were waltzin’ that night in Kentucky
By that beautiful harvest moon
And I was a boy that was lucky
But it all ended too soon
As I sit here alone in the moonlight
I see your smiling face
And I long once more for your embrace
And that beautiful Kentucky Waltz

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Eddy Arnold - Kentucky Waltz
Single Eddy Arnold RCA 1951
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