When the country singers got old, the world got old…

There are a lot of songs about old country singers.

Here are 10 of them.1.

Old Country Song by Joe Abercrombie (1940)I know you’re all wondering how old you are.

It’s been more than 50 years.

It was written about Abercrambies life.

He died of a heart attack in 1981.2.

Old Old Country by Al Stewart (1936)I grew up in this small town in the South Carolina Appalachian Mountains in the 1950s.

My father was a farmer and I remember him as a pretty good boy.

I don’t know how old he is, but I think he’s 65.3.

Old New Country by Louis Armstrong (1954)I was born in 1894 in South Carolina.

My parents were the only parents in this town of about 3,000 people.4.

Old West Country by Billie Holiday (1930)I’m pretty sure I’m old enough to be her father.

I grew up near the Tennessee River in the early 1950s, just outside Nashville.5.

Old Western Country by Dolly Parton (1953)My mother was an older white woman who moved with her family from Arkansas to Tennessee, but my dad was the only white person who worked in this old town.6.

Old Southern Country by Frank Sinatra (1941)This song was written when Sinatra was a teenager.

He was born and raised in the town of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.7.

Oldest Song in Country by Tom Petty (1964)My dad was a doctor in Tuscahoo County, Alabama when he was a young man.

My mom was a cook at the time.8.

Old Town by Charlie Daniels (1937)When I was growing up in the small town of Northfield, Ohio, there was only one song on the radio, “Old Town.”9.

Old Song by Jimmie Rodgers (1949)When Rodgers was in the Army, he used to come to my school every year and sing “Old Song” in his car.10.

Old-Fashioned Country by Jim Morrison (1969)Morrison was born the son of a railroad man and an accountant.

His first album, My Favorite Things, was recorded in 1955 in Memphis, Tennessee.