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  1. Live version from THE DICK CAVETT SHOW. August 11, 1970.

  2. Dec 09, 2003 · High Noon: 1942-1952. After one volume focusing on the early cowboy material of Tex Ritter, Living Era turned to his country hits of the '40s and early '50s with High Noon: 1942-1952. A better compilation could hardly have been prepared; even the excellent Bear Family collection, High Noon, barely rises above this disc, though the Bear Family ...

  3. Green Grow The Lilacs Lyrics: I used to have a sweetheart but now I've got none / Since she's gone and left me I care not for one / Since she's gone and left me contended I'll be / For she loves ...

  4. Write to your sweetheart and I'll write to mine. Green grow the lilacs all sparkling with you. I'm lonely my darling since partin' with you. And by the next meeting I hope to prove true. And change the green lilacs to the red white and blue. Edit Lyrics. Lyrics submitted by SongMeanings. Green Grow the Lilacs Lyrics as written by Tex Ritter Dp.

  5. High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me) Tex Ritter. ... high noon He made a vow while in state prison Vowed it would be my life or his'n I'm not afraid of death ... Green Grow The Lilacs. 8. Rye Whiskey ...

  6. www.museumofthegulfcoast.org › tex-ritterTex Ritter | mogc

    Ritter began his career in radio and theater. He sang on KPRC-AM in Houston and appeared as Cord Elam in the Broadway production Green Grow the Lilacs (1931), the basis for the musical Oklahoma! He also played the part of Sagebrush Charlie in The Round Up (1932) and Mother Lode (1934).

  7. Sep 27, 2015 · Ranch Party, a television series featuring Ritter, ran from 1959 to 1962. His version of “High Noon” from the highly-acclaimed movie High Noon won an Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1953. He was married to Dorothy Fay Southworth on June 14, 1941; they were the parents of two sons.

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