Nashville On The Road Guest Johnny Paycheck 1978

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Nashville On The Road Guest Johnny Paycheck!.”Nashville on the Road” was a country music variety series taped at various locations throughout North America.
Jim Ed Brown and comedian Jerry Clower co-hosted the series from 1975 through 1981.
The Season One regulars were Jim Ed Brown, Jerry Clower, The Cates Sisters, and The Gems.
Young banjo player Wendy Holcombe was as a semi-regular during the series first three seasons. She became a regular cast member around Season Four.
Singer Helen Cornelius joined the cast during the show’s second season. Her duets with Jim Ed Brown became a regular part of the series.
In early 1981, after taping was completed for the 1980-81 season, Jim Ed Brown announced the end of his partnership with Cornelius.
“Nashville on the Road” returned in Fall 1981 with a new cast consisting of Jim Stafford, Rex Allen Jr., Sue Powell and Golly Dang the Wonder Chimp. This cast lasted only two seasons.
“Nashville on the Road” ceased production following the 1982-83 season.

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Nashville On The Road Guest Johnny Paycheck
Music:

Jim Ed Brown – “Maria.”
Johnny Paycheck “Slide Off Your Satin Sheets.”
Mandy Boldin – “Kaw-Liga.”
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: “My Mama Made Biscuits.”
Jim Ed Brown & Helen Cornelius – “Heaven’s Just A Sin Away” duet.
Jim Ed Brown – “Barroom Pals & Goodtime Gals.”
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: “Panama Limited.”
Johnny Paycheck – “I Did the Right Thing.”
‘Nashville on the Road’ house band – “Y’all Come” (instrumental).
Local air-date:
26-Mar-1978 WNGE-2, Nashville, TN (Sun. 10:30pm)

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Johnny Paycheck – Slide Off Your Satin Sheets Lyrics

What a beautiful mansion he built you
Splendor Lord, you got it wall to wall
And yet with all of that
You’re still not happy
‘Cause everytime he’s gone
I get your call
Chorus
Slide off of you satin sheets
Slip into your long soft mink
You know where to find my door
And I know what you’re crying for
Baby, you once told me I was good for nothin
And you couldn’t live on dreams and crystal balls
His money buys you everything
But my loving
So I guess I’m good for something after all
Slide off of you satin sheets
Slip into your long soft mink
You know where to find my door
And I know what you’re crying for
Slide off of you satin sheets
Slip into your long soft mink
You know where to find my door
And I know what you’re crying for



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