Long Live King George

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Long Live King George
Studio album by George Jones
Released 1958
Genre Country
Label Starday (SLP-344)
George Jones chronology
Hillbilly Hit Parade
(1958)
Long Live King George
(1958)
Country Church Time
(1959)

Long Live King George is an album by American country music artist George Jones. It was released in 1958 on the Starday Records label and was Jones's last album with them. The song "Tall, Tall Trees", co-written by Jones and Roger Miller, was covered in 1995 by Alan Jackson, whose version was a #1 hit.

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Track listing[edit]

  1. "Nothing Can Stop My Love" (Roger Miller, George Jones)
  2. "No Use to Cry" (Jones)
  3. "No No Never" (Jones, Bernard Spurlock)
  4. "If I Don't Love You (Grits Ain't Groceries)" (Jones, J. P. Richardson)
  5. "Seasons of My Heart" (Jones, Darrell Edwards)
  6. "Jesus Wants Me" (Jones, Eddie Noack)
  7. "You Gotta Be My Baby" (Jones)
  8. "I Gotta Talk to Your Heart" (Jones)
  9. "Tall, Tall Trees" (Miller, Jones)
  10. "I'm Ragged But I'm Right" (Jones)
  11. "Why Baby Why" (Jones, Edwards)
  12. "Take the Devil Out of Me" (Jones)