Tex Williams - Discography - Singles

Singles

Year Single Chart Positions Album
1946 "The California Polka" 4 singles only
1947 "Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette)" 1 1
"That's What I Like About the West" 4
"Never Trust a Woman" 8
1948 "Don't Telephone - Don't Telegraph (Tell a Woman)" 2
"Suspicion" 4
"Banjo Polka" 5
"Who? Me?" 6
"Foolish Tears" 15
"Talking Boogie" 6
"Just a Pair of Blue Eyes" 13
"Life Gits Tee-Jus, Don't It?" 5 27
1949 "(There's a) Bluebird On Your Windowsill" 11
1965 "Too Many Tigers" 26 Two Sides of Tex Williams
"Big Tennessee" 30
1966 "Bottom of a Mountain" 18
"First Step Down" singles only
"Another Day, Another Dollar in the Hole" 44
1967 "Crazy Life"
"Black Jack County" 57
"She's Somebody Else's Heartache Now"
1968 "Smoke, Smoke, Smoke - '68" 32
"Here's to You and Me" 45
"Tail's Been Waggin' the Dog"
1970 "Big Oscar" A Man Called Tex
"It Ain't No Big Thing" 50
1971 "The Night Miss Nancy Ann's
Hotel for Single Girls Burned Down"A
29
1972 "Everywhere I Go (He's Already Been There)" 67
"Glamour of the Night Life (Is Calling Me Again)" singles only
"Tennessee Travelin'"
"Cynthia Ann"
1974 "Is This All You Hear (When a Heart Breaks)" Those Lazy, Hazy Days
"Those Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer" 70
"Bum Bum Bum"
1978 "Make It Pretty for Me Baby" single only
  • A"The Night Miss Nancy Ann's Hotel for Single Girls Burned Down" peaked at No. 27 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada.

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