Bad Bob Rohan
Dustin' Roy Rogers (live at the Mickey Gilley - 2010)
Eldon Baker
Ezra & His Beverly Hill Billies, MacGregor Transcriptions, ca. 1939-40
Gene Autry & Roy Rogers
Holy Modal Rounders, The (Happy Rolling Cowboy)
Jake Penrod, Landmark, 2009
Jason Petty (Lost Highway Original Cast Recording)
Jimmy Wakely Trio, The, Thesaurus radio transcriptions, ca. 1942
Lost Canyon Rangers, The
Oklahoma Wranglers (Willis Bros.)
Plainsmen, The
Riders Of The Purple Sage
Slim Whitman
Sons of the Pioneers, 1934
Sons of the Pioneers, later version
Sons of the San Joaquin
Sterling Blythe
Stompin' Tom Connors (live)
Texas Jim Lewis & His Lonestar Cowboys (radio transcription)
Texas Troubadours
Willis Bros.
Wylie & The Wild West (also released as Wylie Gustafson)

HAVE I TOLD YOU LATELY THAT I LOVE YOU (Gene Autry/S. Wiseman) (Hank performed this one on Mother's Best Flour transcriptions)
Ace Cannon (instr.)
Adam Harvey (feat. Renee Geyer)
Aggie McPhee
Al & Brenda Hooper
Al Martino
Alec Beckett
Benning Brothers, The (instr.)
Big Bad John
Bill Anderson & Jan Howard
Bill Nauman (instr.)
Billy Fury (as Ronnie Wycherley - acetate)
Billy Fury
Billy Vaughn & His Orchestra (instr.)
Bing Crosby & The Andrew Sisters
Blue Diamonds, The (1st version)
Blue Diamonds, The (2nd version)
Bo Porter & The Dixie Rockets
Bob Atcher, Columbia
Bob Atcher
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys, Tiffany Transcriptions
Bobby Vinton
Boppin' Pete Trio
Boxcar Willie
Brendan Dugan
Brook Benton
Bruce McMillan
Carl Smith
Cascade Country, Voyager
Charlie Pratt, 2005
Cliff Nickens
Cliff Richard
Country Couzins
Country Gentlemen, The
Country Gentlemen, The (live 1983)
Country Six Stringers (instr.)
Derrick Mehaffey
Des O'Connor
Diamond Accordion Band, The (instr. medley: My Son Calls Another Man Daddy/Have I Told You Lately That I Love You + 1 non Hank song)
Dick Cunningham
Die Campbells
Doc & Chickie Williams, Wheeling WLP-1984
Don Edwards (live)
Doreen & Ruud Hermans
Eddie Cochran with Dick D'Agostin & The Swingers (live 1959)
Eddie Cochran (live)
Elvis Presley
Emilio (Hace Cuanto He Dicho Que Te Amo) (Text in Spanish)
Ernie Barton
Everly Brothers, The
Faron Young, Capitol
Fireball Steven
Floyd Cramer (instr.)
Floyd Cramer (instr. medley: Have I Told You Lately That I Love You/Half As Much + 1 none Hank song)
Foster & Allen
Foy Willing, 1946
Foy Willing & Riders Of The Purple Sage
Fran Warren
Frankie Yankovic (live instr.)
Freddy Quinn
Gene Autry, Columbia, 1945
Gene Autry (live or on radio)
George Morgan
George Rout (instr.)
Glen Navis
Gray Bartlett (instr.)
Hal Peters & His Trio
Hank Curci (instr.)
Hank Thompson & The Brazos Valley Boys (live)
Hank Thompson (live at The Golden Nugget)
High Valley
Homer & Jethro
Hugo Montenegro (instr. with chorus)
Jazzy Blue, 2003
Jazzy Cowboy Blue
Jerry Lee Lewis (The Caribou Sessions - 1980)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, King's Hotel, Newport, Wales, UK - Mar. 14, 1993)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Kullås-parken, Sarpsborg, NO - Aug. 25, 1993)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Blues Festival, Piazza Del Duomo, Pistoia, IT - Jul. 10, 2005)
Jim Ed Brown
Jim Ed Brown & Helen Cornelius
Jim Reeves
Jim Reeves (1 - live on radio, Country Style U.S.A.)
Jim Reeves (2 - live on radio, Country Style U.S.A.)
Jim Reeves (1 - live on radio, Navy Country Hoedown)
Jim Reeves (2 - live on radio, Navy Country Hoedown)
Jim Reeves (on WCAY radio)
Jim Reeves (live in Germany, 1957), Bear Family, 2001
Jim Reeves (live on Western Ranch Party)
Jim Reeves (live on Louisiana Hayride)
Johnny Carroll (instr. medley: Have I Told You Lately That I Love You + 3)
Jimmy Day (instr.)
Joe Paul Nichols
Joe Paul Nichols (with Norma Jean)
John McSweeney (medley: Have I Told You Lately That I Love You + 2 non Hank songs)
John White (instr.)
Johnny Rodriguez (Text in Spanish & English)
Judy Boucher
Kazuhiro Inaba (live)
Kitty Wells & Roy Drusky
Larry Lee & The Leesures
'Little' Jimmy Dickens
Lovett Sisters
Lucille Starr
Lulu Belle & Scotty, Starday, Recorded ca. June 1962
Lulu Belle & Scotty, Old Homestead 90037
Lulu Belle & Scotty (live, The 4th Annual Fan Fair Reunion Show at the Ryman - 1975)
Lydia Tuinenburg & Her Melody Strings
Mac & Jenny Traynham, Southern Mountain Melody
Mac Wiseman
Marty Robbins
Mel Street
Melba & Jean (live, mc Roy Acuff), Hickory LPS-114, Recorded in 1963
Michael Holliday
Micke Muster (1)
Micke Muster (2)
Mom & Dads, The (instr.)
Moon Mullican & The Showboys (live on KECK, Odessa - 1950)
Nashville Allstars, The
Natasha Joubert
Pat Boone
Pat Derry (medley: Have I Told You Lately That I Love You + 2 songs)
Patsy Montana
Patsy Riggir
Patti Page
Philomena Begley
Piet Bester (instr.)
Poe Sisters, The (live, 1940s)
Poley (Noel) Everrett
Porter Wagoner & Skeeter Davis
Ray Price
Red & Betty Foley
Red Foley & Kitty Wells
Red Foley with Roy Ross & His Ramblers
Reg Lindsay
Ricky Nelson (single version), 1957
Ricky Nelson (album version), 1957
Ringo Starr
Roger Whittaker
Rosalie Allen
Sapphires (instr.)
Sean Wilson & Sally O'Brien
Shot Jackson & Bob Lucier (instr.)
Sissy Spacek
Sleepy LaBeef (medley: Have I Told You Lately That I Love You + 1 song), Ponk PM 004
Sonny Burgess & The Pacers
Sonny Chillingworth
Sons Of The Pioneers, The
Sons Of The Pioneers, The (alternate)
Sons Of The San Joaquin
Statler Brothers
Stonewall Jackson
Stu Phillips (medley: Have I Told You Lately That I Love You/You Win Again + 1 none Hank song)
Susan McCann
Tanner Sisters
Tex Ritter, 1946
Tim McNamara
Tommy Collins
Tommy Hunter
Tony Barber
Unknown (male group)
Vera Lynn
Vern Young
Vince Taylor
Wanda Vick & Friends (instr.)
Warner Mack, Kapp
Wesley Tuttle, Capitol Transcriptions, 1946
Westerners, The
Whitey & Hogan, Sonora H 7004
Whitey Colyer & The Blue Ridge Partners, Zap SLP-106, 1970
Will Greaves & His Rhythm Rangers (feat. Bill Broadway, 'King of the Silver Strings'), Columbine 106
Willie Nelson
Wim Pols
Yugo Montenegro (instr.)