Divorce Me C.O.D.
"Divorce Me C.O.D." is a 1946 honky-tonk song recorded by Merle Travis. One of many songs co-written by Travis and Cliffie Stone, it was Travis' first release to make it to number one on the Folk Juke Box charts where it stayed for fourteen weeks and a total of twenty-three weeks on the chart. The B-side of "Divorce Me C.O.D.," a song entitled "Missouri," peaked at number five on the same chart.
- Later in 1946, The King Sisters made the top ten on the Juke Box Folk chart with their version of the song.
- In 1947, Johnny Bond, also made the top ten on the Juke Box Folk chart with his version of the song.
"Wine Women and Song" by Al Dexter
| Most Played Juke Box Folk Records
number one single by Merle Travis
October 12, 1946
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