|A Present for Santa Claus||The Angel amd the Stranger||Away in the Manger|
|Christmas Can't Be Far Away||The Christmas Song||C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S|
|It Came Upon the Midnight Clear||Jingle Bell Rock||Joy to the World|
|White Christmas||This World of Ours||Will Santa Come to Shanty Town||
|One Christmas Eve Long Ago||I'm Your Private Santa Claus||O Littlle Town of Bethlehem|
|Silent Night||O Holy Night||Just Like Chritmas|
|Santa Claus is Comin' to Town||Sittin' on Santa Claus Lap||Up on the Housetopt|
|I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day||Winter Wonderland||Jolly Old Nicholas|
|Put a Ribbon in your Hair||Oh, Chrisstmas Tree-Jingle Bells||I'll Be Home for Christmas|
|Just Like Christmas||Here Comes Santa Claus||Oh Come All Ye Faithful|
|PART ONE||PART TWO|
|PART ONE||PART TWO||PART THREE||PART FOUR|
Bill, I just listened to Eddy sing the song you posted about Gary Powers.
Beautiful! I never heard it before.
If any of you folks haven't listened to it yet, please do so and let Bill know if you heard it before.
You won't be disappointed. Marge Stewart
|Part 1||Part 2||Part 3|
|Chapter 1||Chapter 2||Chapter 3||Chapter 4|
|Chapter 5||Chapter 6||Chapter 7||Chapter 8|
|Chapter 9||Chapter 10||Chapter 11||Chapter 12|
|1. My Boerenooi (Londonderry Air) (3:01)||2. Die Swaeltjie (2:34)||3. Silwer Hare Tussen Goud (2:10)|
|4. Boereseun (2:27)||5. Maanskyn en Rose (2:20)||6. Jou Dwalende Hart (2:25)|
|1. O' Boereplaas (228)||2. Ruiter en die Nag (2:29)||3. Huisie in die Berge (1:51)|
|4. Alleen Droomland (2:37)||5. Totsiens My Blondenooi ( 2:20)||6. Jy Ken My Nie (2:40)|
Eddy Arnold Sings Inspirational Songs
|Crying in the Chapel||Evil Tempt Me Not||Blessed Assurance|
|Do Not Pass Me By||He Lives Next Door||I Called on the Master|
|The Chapel on the Hill||May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You||Love Lifted Me|
|He Knows||Prayer||Robe of Calvary|
|I Love to Tell the Story||Take My Hand Precious Lord||The Voice in the Old Village Choir|
|It is no Secret (What God Can Do)||Tell Me the Story of Jesus|
|Twas' the Dawn of a Beautiful Day||Will the Circle Be Unbroken|
When you get what you want in your struggle for self.
And the World makes you King for a day.
Just go to a mirror and look at yourself,
and see what that guy has to say.
For it isn't your Father or Mother or Wife,
who's judgement upon you must pass.
The fellow whose verdict counts most in your life,
is the one staring back from the glass.
Some people might think you're a straight shooting chum,
And call you a wonderful guy.
But the guy in the glass says you're only a bum,
If you can't look him straight in the eye.
He's the fellow to please, never mind all the rest
For he's with you clear to the end.
And you've passed your most dangerous test
If the guy in the glass is your friend.
You may fool the whole world down the pathway of years
And get pats on the back as you pass.
But your final reward will be heartache and tears, if you can't face THE GUY IN THE GLASS !!!
Author / Dale Wimbrow / 1934
|There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight||PLAY|
Changing Partners by Patti Page
|Let Me Be the One||PLAY|
|The Isle of Capri||PLAY|
|Life Would Be So Fair||PLAY|
|You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven||Just Out of Reach|
|She Was Alone||Sweet Bunch of Daisies||Song Sung Blue||When You SayLove|
|More Than a Friend||Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast||She's Gone Again||An Angel Sleeps Beside Me Every Night||Lucy|
|I've Got a Lifetime to Forget||I've Never Loved Anymore More||I Love How You Love Me|
|The Dark At the Top of the Stairs||Tender Touch||Ten Times Forever More|
|Long Ride Home||Long, Long Friendship With You||Love Finds a Way|
|Rhinestones||Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast||Richest Man (in the World)|
|Where Love Has Died||Lovn' in the Good Old Days||When Your World Stops Turning|
|The First Word||Molly||Love and Marriage|
|Part 1||Part 2||Part 3||Part 4||Part 5||Part 6 *|
POSTED JANUARY 20, 2016
VIDEO: TEX RITTER, MARTHA CARSON AND EDDY ARNOLD
|Bob Daisey's Guitar Autographed by Eddy on July 8, 2003||Eddy and Bob ln Eddy's Office on July 8, 2003 and July 13, 1999|
|Don Stewart & Eddy||Bill Comer & Eddy||Bob Daisey & Eddy||Eddy & Doris Lewis|
|Eddy & Boyd Wolfrum||Eddy & Stevie McKenna||Eddy & Stan Towers||Eddy & Don Mackin||Eddy & Vanda King|
|Eddy & Don Sturrock||Nancy Richardson & Eddy|
|Eddy & Glenda Comer||Eddy & Christy Miller||Eddy & Jesse Collins||Eddy & Don Cassente||Virginia Cuerdon & Eddy|
|Bob Williams||Bill Shoop||Frank Cunningham||Ruth McDowell||Laura Reardon|
|Mary Ann & Mark Halstead||Bruce Comer|
+++++++++Leo and Pierrette Beaulieu-Tribute to Eddy Arnold++++++++++++
|Sometime New||Bill Comer|
|Standing on the Corner New||Bill Comer|
|Tenneesee Waltz by Patti Page||Don Stewart|
|Changing Partners by Patti Page||Don Stewart|
|Lonely Balladeer||Bill Comer|
|Wabash Cannonball||Mark Halstead|
|O' Holy Night by Perry Como||Don Stewart|
|Here Comes Heaven||Larry Risko|
|It's Over||Larry Risko|
|Jusr Across the Mountain||Bill Comer|
|Just A Bend in the Road||Bill Comer|
|Don't Give Up On Me||Don Stewart|
|Put Me Back Into Your World||Don Stewart|
|Little Kid Sister of Mine (Concerts and Radio Shows / not recorded)||Bob Daisey|
|If the Whole World Stopped Lovin'||Don Stewart|
|Memories of Us||Don Stewart/Bill Comer|
|You Are My Sunshine||Bill Comer|
|Warm All Over||Bill Comer|
|What's the Good of All This Love||Bill Comer|
|Unchained Melody||Bill Comer|
|Times A Gettin' Hard||Bill Comer|
|A Song for Shara||Bill Shoop|
|My Way||Bill Shoop|
|Heaven Below||Bill Shoop|
|The Valley Below||Bill Comer|
|Did It Rain||Don Stewart|
|If the World Should Ever Run Out of Love||Bill Shoop|
|Love Can Move Mountains||Bill Shoop|
|This Ain't Tenneesee and She Ain't You||Bill Shoop|
|I Started a Joke||Biill Shoop|
|To Sleep With You||Bill Shoop|
|Poor Boy||Mark Halstead|
|Up Above My Head from the Ed Sullivan TVShow|
|The Letter Marked Unclaimed|
|Forever and Ever|
|Tears on My Pillow|
|There's a New Day Tomorrow|
|That Little Kid Sister of Mine|
|No One to Cry To|
|A Pair of Broken Hearts|
|I Wish All My Children Were Babies Again|
Songs Eddy spoke about often...
|Mommy Please Stay Home With Me||
Eddy often declared this was the first song he recorded. He called it a morbid song.
Bluebird label 12/4/1944 78 RPM 33-0520
|Cattle Call 1949 version||Eddy's favorite version. He recorded it for the 1949 movie Feudin' Rhythm.|
|Cattle Call 1955 version||Recorded with Hugo Winterhalalter's Orchestra and Chorus. This song also Charted.|
|Cattle Call 1999 version||Duet with LeAnn Rimes. Song also Charted. Released in Video also.|
|You Don't Know Me||Eddy co-wrote this song with Cindy Walker. He recorded it five times. Plugged it often.|
|Sweey Bunch of Daisies||Eddy recorded this song for his Mother. It was her favorite song.|
|The Valley Below||Eddy was certain this song would Chart. It did not.|
|That's How Much I Love You||This song was Eddy's first big hit.|
|Make the World G0 Away||Big hit both International and Domestic.|
|Out of the Blue|
|TEARS BROKE OUT ON ME||BEAR FAMILY||CD||17205||2011||Ken Kelly. Jr.|
|AFTER ALL THESE YEARS||RCA||CD||82876-70710-2||2005||Various|
The only way to do great work is to love what you do. Steve Jobs
(The following narrative is a story of a young boy who loved his Family, his God, his Church and Eddy Arnold)
"LEE'S LOVE FOR EDDY"
The authors, Jan and Anthony Howse, have written a book about the above subject which is available at Barnes & Noble and other local book stores. The book is also available online. Check with Arthur House Publishers, Amazon and other online stores. The name of the book is "God Does No Wrong." A message from the authors. Read
Anthony & Jan Howse introduces their newly released book Titled: "God Does No Wrong."
This book takes the reader through the true Life altering events a Young Christian Wife experienced. Death has already taken her husband and son Testing the very core Foundation of her Faith. What will the Outcome be as she must understand "God Does No Wrong."
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20th ANNIVERSARY OF THIS WEBSITE
Gabriel Comer EDDY ARNOLD'S YOUNGEST FAN
Madison Gott A Young Lady Fan of Eddy Arnold
Leo and Pierrette Beaulieu-Tribute to Eddy Arnold
Please send any comments, suggestions or criticism to
Bill Comer in Orlando, Florida at: Bill830@aol.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Courtesy of Robert G. Comer
The above photograph was taken at
The Orleans Hotel in Las Vegas on Sunday, May 16,
1999, at Eddy's final concert. He had just
completed his last song at this concert.
(This photo appears in the liner notes of the compact disc, Seven Decades of Hits)
(Image Courtesy of Frank C. Anderson)