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I Guess That Comes from Being Poor

I Guess That Comes from Being Poor

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Artist: Norma Jean
Release: August 1972
Label: RCA Victor Records
Genres: Country
Recorded:
Length: 28:28
Producer: Jerry Bradley
Format: CD • Digital • Vinyl
Purchase: Amazon

I Guess That Comes from Being Poor is the eighteenth album and twenty-first release by the artist Norma Jean, originally from Wellston, Oklahoma and based out of Nashville, Tennessee.

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Music Chronology

Norma Jean
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Thank You for Loving Me I Guess That Comes from Being Poor The Only Way to Hold Your Man
1972 1972 1973

Track Listing[edit]

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All songs written by Norma Jean except where noted.

  1. "I Guess That Comes from Being Poor" — 2:26
  2. "Hungry Eyes" — 3:17
  3. "One's on the Way" — 2:32
  4. "Life of a Poor Boy" — 2:19
  5. "Hundred Dollar Funeral" — 2:46
  6. "The Lord Must Have Loved the Poor Folks" — 2:36
  7. "There Won't Be Any Patches in Heaven" — 3:09
  8. "Po' Folks" — 3:00
  9. "Old Doc Brown" — 3:33
  10. "Coat of Many Colors" — 2:50 —

Personnel[edit]

Norma Jean[edit]

Additional Musicians[edit]

Bass – Joe Zinkan Bass Guitar – Harold Bradley Drums – Buddy Harman Electric Guitar – Dave Kirby* Fiddle – Johnny Gimble Lead Vocals – Norma Jean (2) Piano – David Briggs (2) Rhythm Guitar – Jerry Stembridge Steel Guitar – Lloyd Green Vocals – The Jordanaires

Production[edit]

  • Jerry Bradley — Producer
  • Hank Cochran — Writer (Track: 1)
  • Merle Haggard — Writer (Track: 2)
  • Shel Silverstein — Writer (Track: 3)
  • E.C. McCarty — Writer (Track: 4)
  • Vic McAlpin — Writer (Track: 5)
  • Glenn Martin — Writer (Track: 6)
  • Lola Jean Dillon — Writer (Track: 7)
  • Bill Anderson — Writer (Track: 8)
  • Red Foley — Writer (Track: 9)
  • Dolly Parton — Writer (Track: 10)

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