Songs with "Oklahoma" in it....?

I'm just wondering if anyone can give me anymore songs that pertain to Oklahoma? It can be in the title, cities could be mentioned, or just the mention of Oklahoma in the song will do!

Please and thank you! :)

Here's the list I have going thus far:

I Ain't In Checotah Anymore by Carrie Underwood

I'll Just Hold On by Blake Shelton

Okie From Muskogee by Merl Haggard

Oklahoma-Texas Line by Rascal Flatts

Oklahoma Breakdown by Stoney LaRue

Oklahoma Girl by Eli Young Band

I Need You by Tim McGraw/Faith Hill

Everywhere by Tim McGraw

Rodeo by Garth Brooks

I know most are country songs...but you can mention any genre :)

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  • Cody
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    1 decade ago
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    Get ready for a big list.

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    * "24 Hours from Tulsa" — Gene Pitney; written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, 1963.

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    * "All Aboard for Oklahoma" – Spade Cooley

    * "Almost to Tulsa" – Buddy Charleton

    , pedal steel guitarist with Ernest Tubb and the Texas Troubadors; later recorded by Mike Auldridge on Dobro.

    * "Along the Verdigris" - Tom Paxton

    * "Anywhere I'm Loving You" - Eleven Hundred Springs

    B

    * "Back to Oklahoma" - Michael Fracasso

    * "Baja Oklahoma" – Willie Nelson, recorded by Bob Whitney, and by Karla Bonoff.

    * "Beim alten Bill in Oklahoma" - Heino

    * "Big Cedar" – Bill Grant and Delia Bell

    * "Blues from Oklahoma" – Virgil Bozeman, 1949.

    * "Boy from Oklahoma" (about Woody Guthrie) - Willis Alan Ramsey

    * "Boys from Oklahoma" - Cross Canadian Ragweed

    C

    * "California Cotton Fields" – Dallas Frazier, recorded by Merle Haggard.

    * "California Okie" – Kevin “Blackie” Farrell, recorded by Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen, 1975

    * "California Okie" – R. J. Jones, a.k.a. “Rocky Topp”, writer; recorded by Buck Owens, 1976

    * "Cherokee Maiden"

    * "Cimarron (Roll On)" – Johnny Bond

    * "Crazy About Oklahoma" – Jimmy Reed

    D

    * "The Day She Left Tulsa" - Wade Hayes

    * "Dear Okie" – Doye O’Dell and Rudy Sooter, 1948. Later recorded by the New Lost City Ramblers, 1968.

    * "Does the Wind Still Blow in Oklahoma?" – Reba McEntire & Ronnie Dunn (2007)

    * "Don't Let the Sun Set on You in Tulsa" - Waylon Jennings

    * "Don't Make Me Come to Tulsa" - Wade Hayes

    * "Dust Pneumonia Blues" – Woody Guthrie

    E

    * "The Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma" – Tim Spencer

    , founding member of the Sons of the Pioneers, 1947.

    F

    * "Fabulous Oklahoma" – Hank Harral, 1956.

    * "For Oklahoma, I’m Yearning" - Wava White/Jack Guthrie

    * "From Oklahoma with Love" - Becky Hobbs

    G

    * "The Gal from Oklahoma" - Junior Brown

    * "The Girl in Oklahoma" - Tracey K Houston

    * "The Girl Who Danced Oklahoma" - Terry Allen

    * "God Is Down in Oklahoma" - Mike West

    * "God's in Oklahoma Today” - Justin McBride

    * "Goin' Back to Oklahoma" - Eddie Meduza

    * "Good Old Oklahoma" - Bob Wills

    * "Goodbye Oklahoma" - God Street Wine

    * "(Gotta Get To) Oklahoma City" - Luke Wills

    H

    * "Halfway to Tulsa" – Larry Sparks

    * "Henryetta, Oklahoma" – Marvin Rainwater

    * "Here with You" – Saliva

    * "Hollis, Oklahoma" – The Tyler McCumber Band

    * "Home in Oklahoma" – written by Jack Elliott

    for Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers in their 1946 movie also called Home in Oklahoma.

    * "Home Sweet Oklahoma" – Tom Paxton

    * "Home Sweet Oklahoma" – Leon Russell

    * "Home Sweet Oklahoma" – Patti Page and Vince Gill, written by Ted Hewitt and Kris Bergsnes, 2008. (The Paxton, Russell and Hewitt/Bergsnes songs are three completely different compositions.)

    I

    * "I Ain't in Checotah Anymore" – Carrie Underwood

    * "I Heard Oklahoma Calling Me" – David Allan Coe

    * "I'm Gonna Send You Back to Oklahoma" – Ted Taylor

    * "Idabel Blues" – Stoney LaRue

    * "If I Ever Get Back to Oklahoma" – Jason Boland & the Stragglers

    * "If You're Ever in Oklahoma" – J.J. Cale

    * "In Oklahoma" – Cross Canadian Ragweed; written by Cody Canada and Stoney LaRue.

    * "In Old Oklahoma" – Ben Steneker

    * "I've Got Those Oklahoma Blues" – Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers. This 1940s recording is of a song written by Frank Wallace and recorded by him in 1928 under its original title “Oklahoma Blues”–see below in this list for that song and other compositions with the same title.

    K

    * "Kiamichi Mountain Home" – Bill Grant and Delia Bell

    * "King of Oklahoma" – Michael Franks

    L

    * "Last Trip to Tulsa" – Neil Young

    * "Lawton, Oklahoma Blues" – Lightnin' Hopkins

    * "Leroy's Dust Bowl Blues" – Steve Earle and Del McCoury

    * "A Long Way from OK" – Jeff Wood (1997)

    * "Lonesome Okie Goin’ Home" – Merl Lindsay (1947)

    * "Lost My Heart in Oklahoma" – Kevin Fowler

    * "Loves in Oklahoma" – Jason Eklund

    , 1993.

    M

    * "M'En Revenant d'Oklahoma" – Paul Brunelle. In Québecois French.

    * "Mannford, Oklahoma" – Lee Hazlewood

    * "Mehan, Oklahoma" – James Talley

    * "Moffet, Oklahoma" – Charlie Walker

    * "Moonlight in Oklahoma" – Smoky Wood and the Wood Chips

    * "My Heart's in Oklahoma" – Pull My Finger

    * "My Oklahoma" – Clay Greenberg

    * "My Oklahoma" – Terrye Newkirk (Greenberg's and Newkirk's songs are two completely different compositions.)

    * "My Oklahoma Angel Love" – Dream Train (written by Charles Manson)

    * "My Oklahoma Home" – Sis Cunningham and her brother Bill, recorded most famously by Pete Seeger and on a Seeger tribute CD Bruce Springsteen. Also known as "My Oklahoma Home Blowed * Away."

    * "My Oklahoma Lullaby" – Tom Paxton

    * "My Oklahoma Rose" – Billy Hayes and Marty Symes, recorded by Wilf Carter (Montana Slim).

    * "My Pony Knows the Way" – Tom Paxton

    * "My Rose of Oklahoma" – Goldwing Express

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    * "Next to the Soil" – Everett I. "Billy" Hughes

    * "Never Been to Spain" – Sung by Three Dog Night, written by Hoyt Axton, an Oklahoman.

    [edit] O

    * "Okie" – J. J. Cale (1974)

    * "Okie Boogie" – Johnny Tyler

    * "Okies in California" – Doye O’Dell

    * "Okie from Muskogee" – Merle Haggard (1969) — 58th on the Top 500 Country Music Songs list

    * "Okie Skies" – The Bays Brothers (2004)

    * "Okie Wind" – Greg Jacobs

    * "Oklahoma" – many different songs have this one-word title. The list that follows gives some samples from their lyrics to distinguish them from each other:

    * "Oklahoma" – Bathtub Mary. “Leavin' Oklahoma the car broke down.” Probable writers: Phil DaRosa and Jon Wearn.

    * "Oklahoma" – Billy Gilman sings “Oklahoma”--key line “Son, we think we found your dad in Oklahoma.” Writers: John Allen, David Vincent Williams.

    * "Oklahoma" – Bishop Allen. “You've got eyes like Oklahoma/Learn to swim in Lake Texoma.”

    * "Oklahoma" – Bob Schneider. “She came from Oklahoma, said the end of the world was on its way.”

    * "Oklahoma" – The Call. “Another hot Oklahoma night.” Writer: band member Michael Been.

    * "Oklahoma" – Common Rotation--Adam Busch, Eric Kufs and Jordan Katz. Chorus begins with “There's a skyline in Oklahoma, stretches out over the corn.” Lyrics by Eric Kufs, music by all three band members.

    * "Oklahoma" – Dan Bern. “On the 19th day of April/In 1995/There was the worst car bombing/Near 200 people died.”

    * "Oklahoma" – Darkest Hour. “Within a mechanical pose/And a heart pumping a need for control.” Writers: Paul Burnette, John Henry, Kris Norris, Ryan Parrish, Mike Schleibaum.

    * "Oklahoma" – The Dead Salesmen (Australian duo). Only reference to Oklahoma is a single mention 40 seconds from the end of the song.

    * "Oklahoma" – Elvin Bishop. Blues autobiography: “I come all the way from Oklahoma.”

    * "Oklahoma" – Fred Gillen, Jr. From 2nd verse: “I'm not going down without a fight the like of which/will knock out every light/and burn out every switch in Oklahoma.”

    * "Oklahoma" – Lasse Stefanz. In Swedish. YouTube video available.

    * "Oklahoma" – P (Johnny Depp and Gibby Haynes). YouTube video available.

    * "Oklahoma!" (Oklahoma's official state song) – Rodgers and Hammerstein.

    * "Oklahoma?" – from the musical Dirty Rotten Scoundrels by David Yazbek, 2004. Rhymes “melanoma” with Oklahoma for comic effect!

    * "Oklahoma" – One-Eyed Jack. “Say you never get to heaven, Oklahoma's not that far.”

    * "Oklahoma" – Cal Smith; written by Webb Pierce and Max Powell, 1967. “Oklahoma how I wish I could come home.”

    * "Oklahoma" – Quarkspace: band members Paul Williams, Darren Gough, Chet Santia, Jay Swanson. 1996 space-rock.

    * "Oklahoma" – Sammy Kershaw. “Oklahoma, you got the best part of me.”

    * "Oklahoma" – Scud Mountain Boys. Probable writer: band leader Joe Pernice. “She's gone to Oklahoma/I don't know where that is.”

    * "Oklahoma" – Van Zant. “Come Hell or come high water/We'll stand together in the rain/Oklahoma.”

    * "Oklahoma" – Whiskeytown on the EP Rural Free Delivery. “See old Mabel walk on down . . .” No audible reference to Oklahoma.

    * "Oklahom

    Source(s): Wikipedia. I'm unable to list any more of the songs, so go to this link for every song. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_songs_about_O...
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  • wheaty
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    1 decade ago

    Eli Young Band- Oklahoma Girl

    Cross Canadian Ragweed- In Oklahoma

    Stoney Larue- Oklahoma Breakdown

    Kevin Fowler- I Lost My Heart In Oklahoma

    Vince Gill- Oklahoma Borderline

    Terry Allan- Girl Who Danced Oklahoma

    David Frizzel- You're the Reason God Made Oklahoma

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  • crase
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    3 years ago

    Lyrics To Oklahoma

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  • 1 decade ago

    Living on Tulsa Time

    Heart of Rock and Roll (Tulsa Austin Oklahoma City seattle San Francisco too)

    the Musical Oklahoma

    Your the Reason God Made Oklahoma

    There is an old movie called Tulsa about oil

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  • 1 decade ago

    Does The Wind Still Blow In Oklahoma by Reba McEntire and Ronnie Dunn, Oklahoma Heart by Becky Hobbs.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Oklahoma Hills by Jack Guthrie

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sVBVOmx6Rk

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    Songs with "Oklahoma" in it....?

    I'm just wondering if anyone can give me anymore songs that pertain to Oklahoma? It can be in the title, cities could be mentioned, or just the mention of Oklahoma in the song will do!

    Please and thank you! :)

    Here's the list I have going thus far:

    I Ain't In Checotah Anymore...

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  • "Oklahoma" - Billy Gillman

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  • Me
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    1 decade ago

    "Boys From Oklahoma"-Cross Canadian Ragweed

    "Does The Wind Still Blow in Oklahoma"- Reba and Ronnie Dunn

    "Never Been To Spain"- Three Dog Night (Mentions it in the chorus)

    "Don't Let the Sun Set on You in Tulsa" - Waylon Jennings

    "Don't Make Me Come to Tulsa" - Wade Hayes

    "God's in Oklahoma Today” - Justin McBride

    "I Ain't in Checotah Anymore" – Carrie Underwood

    "I Heard Oklahoma Calling Me" – David Allan Coe

    "Idabel Blues" – Stoney LaRue

    "If I Ever Get Back to Oklahoma" – Jason Boland & the Stragglers

    "Oklahoma Rising" - Vince Gill

    "Oklahoma Borderline" - Vince Gill,

    "Oklahoma Wind"– Billy Joe Shaver

    "Tell Me Something Bad About Tulsa" - George Strait

    "Take Me Back to Tulsa" - Bob Wills

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  • 1 decade ago

    So far, everyone has missed 'Oklahoma Swing' - by Vince Gill and Reba McIntire.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You forgot about "Oklahoma" theme from the musical.

    Source(s): me.
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