Sing Me Back Home

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Sing Me Back Home

Sing Me Back Home None

  • Title: Sing Me Back Home
  • Author: Merle Haggard
  • ISBN: 9780812909869
  • Page: 204
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Gayle Hayes on said:

      Merle Haggard's autobiography was an engrossing read and hard to put down. The book form was as conversational as if Merle were in the same room and sharing the intimate details of his life over a beer. Unlike some celebrity life stories, this one did not skim over the low points to name drop and focus on stories inside show biz. Merle wished he had declined the invitation to see Elvis backstage because he felt differently about Elvis afterward. I hoped my enjoyment of Merle's music would not be [...]

    2. Dale Houston on said:

      Hag's real life reads better than fiction. I've read the book many times, and heard the stories from him personally. They still never get old. Whether you are a country music fan or not, you will enjoy this book just for the story.

    3. Dawn on said:

      I had no idea Merle Haggard knew such crazy people! This book was hilarious! Especially the parts about the crazy ex wife jumping out the car! And Merle's obsession with Dolly Parton! I laughed until I thought I might die!

    4. Daniel Brown on said:

      Heck of a story. Very honest and quite interesting. There are parts in here where I just laughed out loud yet others where you can feel his pain.

    5. Clayton.rayborn on said:

      My favorite singer/songwriterhe has lived quite a life, if your a fan you will love this book.

    6. Travis McClain on said:

      I'd always known Merle Haggard was important, but I had the hardest time really getting into the bulk of his iconic discography. I went to see him in concert 30 September 2003 at the now-defunct Coyote's Music and Dance Hall in Louisville. It was the first and only time I ever saw a show there where I could clearly hear each instrument. That proved to me that it wasn't the venue to blame for the cacophony that I heard at all the other shows; it was instead attributable to inexperience. Hag, his [...]

    7. Jeanne on said:

      This book certainly proves that Merle Haggard's life WAS a country song. I always loved the songs he wrote, considering them more poetry than song. The book doesn't gloss over his flaws; rather it portrays him as a small-time criminal and a man who didn't treat women well. Though I still love the music, I found I didn't like the man as well after reading this.

    8. Paul Panamarenko on said:

      I love Merle and biographies, so this one was right up my alley.

    9. Patty on said:

      I love Merle Haggard's songs, so was eager to read hs autobiography. I see where Merle got his ideas for his songs. He lived them. An excellent book to read for anyone who is a Merle Haggard fan.

    10. Ben on said:

      In which Merle Haggard kisses a man and gets pardoned by Governor Ronald Reagan.

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