Hank Williams Jr. – Eleven Roses

The song was Williams' first number one, as solo artist, on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart in July 1972, spending two weeks atop the chart. The song spent 14 weeks on the Hot Country Singles chart's top 40.

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Hank Williams Jr. – Eleven Roses, is a song written by Lamar Morris and Darrell McCall and recorded by American country music artist Hank Williams Jr.. It was released in March 1972 as the only single and title track from the album of the same name. The song was Williams’ first number one, as solo artist, on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart in July 1972, spending two weeks atop the chart. The song spent 14 weeks on the Hot Country Singles chart’s top 40.

Hank Williams Jr. - Eleven Roses
Cover LP Hank Williams Jr. MGM 197

Hank Williams Jr. – Eleven Roses
From the album Eleven Roses
B-side “Richmond Valley Breeze”
Released March 1972
Recorded December 9, 1971
Genre Country
Length 2:40
Label MGM K 14371
Songwriter(s) Lamar Morris and Darrell McCall
Producer(s) Jim Vienneau

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Hank Williams Jr. – Eleven Roses Lyrics

[Verse 1]
I guess you noticed there is only eleven roses
I chose them from our garden where they grew
Take the roses and look into the mirror
And the twelfth rose will be looking back at you

[Chorus]
There’s just something about a spray of roses
To a woman they say more than man can say
After what I’ve done you may not keep the roses
But I just thought I would send them anyway

There’s just something about a spray of roses
To a woman they say more than man can say
After what I’ve done you may not keep the roses
But I just thought I would send them anyway

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Hank Williams Jr. - Eleven Roses
Single Hank Williams Jr. MGM 1972




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