Tammy Wynette Famous Quotes & Sayings

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pinterest Share on Linkedin

14 Tammy Wynette Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Tammy Wynette Sayings By Tammy Wynette: I caught the preacher making love to Sister Mary Lou. God's gonna getcha for that. I caught the preacher making love to Sister Mary Lou. God's gonna getcha for that. — Tammy Wynette
More Pictures »
Tammy Wynette Sayings By Tammy Wynette: Stand by your man. Give him two arms to cling to and something warm to Stand by your man. Give him two arms to cling to and something warm to come to. — Tammy Wynette
More Pictures »
Tammy Wynette Sayings By Tammy Wynette: Sometimes you do get tired in the business from all the traveling. No one outside Sometimes you do get tired in the business from all the traveling. No one outside of the business realizes what we go through ... Sometimes you don't mean to be unkind, but sometimes you're tired and do things you don't mean. I know the real fans understand. — Tammy Wynette
More Pictures »
Tammy Wynette Sayings By Tammy Wynette: Loneliness surrounds me without your arms around me. Loneliness surrounds me without your arms around me. — Tammy Wynette
More Pictures »
Tammy Wynette Sayings By Tammy Wynette: Sometimes it's hard to be a woman giving all your love to just one man. Sometimes it's hard to be a woman giving all your love to just one man. — Tammy Wynette
More Pictures »
Tammy Wynette Sayings By Tammy Wynette: The sad part about happy endings is there's nothing to write about. The sad part about happy endings is there's nothing to write about. — Tammy Wynette
More Pictures »
Tammy Wynette Sayings By Barbara Mandrell: Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Dolly Parton and I were the first female headliners, where we Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Dolly Parton and I were the first female headliners, where we would book our own opening acts. Before that, it was a standing joke that it was more like we had 'pretty little girl singers' opening for a male headliner. — Barbara Mandrell
Tammy Wynette Sayings By Callie Khouri: When I lived in Nashville, Tanya Tucker and people like that were coming up, and When I lived in Nashville, Tanya Tucker and people like that were coming up, and I'm sure that Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette were going, 'What's that noise? That's not country.' It's always been this battle where whoever comes up behind the reigning stars isn't country enough. There really is a lot more crossover now. — Callie Khouri
Tammy Wynette Sayings By Tammy Wynette: I believe you have to live the songs. I believe you have to live the songs. — Tammy Wynette
Tammy Wynette Sayings By Tammy Wynette: I spent 15 minutes writing Stand By Your Man, and a lifetime defending it. I spent 15 minutes writing Stand By Your Man, and a lifetime defending it. — Tammy Wynette
Tammy Wynette Sayings By Tammy Wynette: I always said that I'm not the best singer in the world, just the loudest. I always said that I'm not the best singer in the world, just the loudest. — Tammy Wynette
Tammy Wynette Sayings By Kacey Musgraves: Look at Loretta Lynn. Look at Jeannie C. Rily singing 'Harper Valley PTA' and Tammy Look at Loretta Lynn. Look at Jeannie C. Rily singing 'Harper Valley PTA' and Tammy Wynette singing about divorce. They were ahead of their times in a lot of ways. — Kacey Musgraves
Tammy Wynette Sayings By Hillary Clinton: You know, I'm not sitting here like some little woman standing by my man, like You know, I'm not sitting here like some little woman standing by my man, like Tammy Wynette. I'm sitting here because I love him, and I respect him, and I honor what he's been through and what we've been through together. And you know, if that's not enough for people, then heck, don't vote for him. — Hillary Clinton
Tammy Wynette Sayings By Lee Ann Womack: And I think that's a singer's job. You know, to really interpret a lyric. There's And I think that's a singer's job. You know, to really interpret a lyric. There's an art to it, and I think some people are really great at it, like Tammy Wynette and George Jones and Tony Bennett. — Lee Ann Womack