Adapted from 1850s ballad Darling Nelly Gray, played as a fiddle tune by his father John and his grandfather Tom. All three Wills generations were mean fiddlers. Was a Texas Playboy instrumental before Bob's younger brother Johnny Lee wrote the lyrics in 1950, when it became a hit on MGM.
Leon McAuliffe [swing version]
Patsy Cline [during her last session]
Milly Scott [as Ik Kus Jouw Ring]
Willie Nelson & Ray Price [n°3 C&W]
Asleep At The Wheel [with Lyle Lovett and Shawn Colvin]
First recorded by the Tiffany Music Company, specialized in radio transcripts. Wills recorded circa 370 titles for Tiffany, partly made available on Edsel in 1990.