Watch the video for Slide off of Your Satin Sheets from Johnny Paycheck's The Soul & the Edge: The Best of Johnny Paycheck for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Johnny Paycheck (May 31, 1938 – February 18, 2003) was a country music singer. He is most famous for covering the David Allan Coe song "Take This Job And Shove It". Born Donald Eugene Lytle in Greenfield, Ohio, he began playing guitar by age 6 and made his first record at age 15.
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Slide Off Of Your Satin Sheets. This song is by Johnny Paycheck and appears on the album Slide Off Of Your Satin Sheets (1977) and on the compilation album The Soul & The Edge: The Best Of Johnny Paycheck (2002). What a beautiful mansion he built youSplendor Lord you got it wall to wallAnd yet with all of that you're still not happyCause every time he's gone I get your call. Slide off of you satin sheetsSlip into your long soft minkYou know where to find my doorAnd I know what your cryin for.
Johnny Paycheck-Someone To Give My Love To (chords). Johnny Paycheck-Take this Job and shove it (chords). Johnny Paycheck-I'm The Only Hell (mama Ever Raised) (tab). Capo 3. Intro: . Verse 1 . What a beautiful mansion he built you Splendor lord you've got it wall to wall And yet with all of that you're still not happy Cause every time he's gone I get your call
Slide Off Of Your Satin Sheets (LP).