Georgia Music and Video


Christmas in Dixie:

Atlanta Then and Now; Remember When?

American Trilogy: Elvis’ beautiful rendition with photos matched to the lyrics:


Mamie Davis  Valero Stations  

Jason Aldean My Kinda Party

Allman Brothers Ramblin Man

Brook Benton Rainy Night in Georgia

Lobo Me and You and a Dog Named Boo

Alison Krauss Oh Atlanta!

Zac Brown Band Highway 20 Ride

Billy Joe Shaver Georgia On A Fast Train

Shenandoah Moonlight Over Georgia

Buddy Jewell Sweet Southern Comfort

Atlanta Rhythm Section Doraville

Tracy Byrd Watermelon Crawl

Loggins and Messina Back to Georgia

Oh, Atlanta: Bad Company:

Oh Atlanta: Little Feat:


ARS’ Georgia Rhythm:

Elvis’ American Trilogy –

Norman Luboff  Dixie: 

      1. 15 - Dixie

Otis! Sittin on the Dock of the Bay

      2. 01 - [Sittin' On] The Dock Of The Bay

Charlie Daniels:  Devil Went Down to Georgia:

Lauren Alaina Georgia Peaches

Ray Charles Georgia On My Mind

Willie Nelson 

      3. Georgia On My Mind

      4. Lynyrd Skynyrd
 Georgia Peaches

Gladys Knight 

      5. 04 - Midnight Train To Georgia (Album Version)
      6. Midnight Train To Georgia

The Candy Men: Georgia Pines

Duane Eddy Rebel Rouser

 Joan Baez The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

Margaret Whiting My Own True Love (theme to Gone With The Wind)

Did you know that Georgia on my Mind was NOT the original state song of Georgia? The original state song adopted in 1922 was Georgia. The words to this song were a poem written by Robert Loveman, who although not originally from Georgia, did spend most of his life in Dalton. The words were set to music written by Lollie Belle Wylie. You can read more about Lollie Belle on the Strong Southern Women page. Thanks to Pie CatLady for her comment about this Georgia song.  Here are the words to the original state song, Georgia. Thanks to Ole Georgia Boy for his comment and this link to a YouTube video clip. From what I can hear on the clip and looking at the sheet music image this sounds like it!


From the mountains to the sea,
Where her rivers roll.
There I ever long to be,
O my heart; my soul;
By her meadows let me lie.SM021
In her vales remain.
Underneath her roof-tree sky
Watch the shadows wane.

Georgia-land of our delight,
Haven of the blest,
Here by happy day and night,
Peace enthrones the breast.
Georgia, Georgia dearest earth
Underneath the blue,
Clime that ever giveth birth
To the brave and true.