Ray Wylie Hubbard
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Ray Wylie Hubbard (born 13 November 1946 in Soper, Oklahoma, moved to Dallas, Texas, USA in 1954) is an American country music singer and songwriter. An active performer since 1965, his song "Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother" was made famous by Jerry Jeff Walker in 1973. He has recorded and performed continuously since then, apart from a short period in the late 1980s. With a keen eye of observation and a wise man’s knowledge...
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- Snake Farm - (3:53) - 1,102 plays
- LyricsSaid my prayers to the old black gods
Tied a string around some chicken bones
Set em on fire and crossed my heart
Tuned up the Kay and the Silvertone
Rubbed my hands cross the Tolex scars
- Drunken Poet's Dream - (4:16) - 678 plays
- Screw You, We're From Texas - (4:01) - 652 plays
- Down Home Country Blues - (2:57) - 648 plays
- Mother Blues - (5:58) - 580 plays
- South of the River - (4:08) - 469 plays
- Conversation with the Devil - (4:56) - 458 plays
- New Year's Eve at the Gates of Hell - (3:32) - 403 plays
- Dust Of The Chase - (5:05) - 461 plays
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