Hank Snow: "That big eight-wheeler rollin' round the track/Means your true lovin' daddy ain't coming back/I'm movin' on." Hank Snow, the original Rhinestone Cowboy, died on December 20, 1999, at 85. His career began in 1934 when he got his first local radio program in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He sold more than 70 million records and had six songs at number one on the best-seller list including "I'm Movin' On", quoted above, which is the Billboard all time number one song. Snow entered the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1978 and was a member of the Grand Ole Opry cast for nearly 50 years. There are thousands of Hank Snow pages on the Internet. The Nashville Songwriters Foundation (which runs the Hall of Fame) has a page at http://vhost.telalink.net/~nsf/snow.html, and lyrics to his more famous songs are at a site named Cow Pie at http://www.roughstock.com/cowpie/songs/songs.html/s/snow_hank.

Cow Pie's "song corral" at http://www.roughstock.com/cowpie/songs/ also has links to song lyrics by many other "pickers."