Here's a short list of songs written and performed by Shelly Lee Alley and performed by other recording artists through the years.
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Click to listen to Merle Haggard, 'Same Train, Different Time' "Travelin' Blues"
Floyd Tillman 'I Love You So Much It Hurts' 
Biff & Marge Collie, "Why Are You Blue" 
'Songs of Jimmie Rodgers: A Tribute'
John Mellencamp, "Gambling Bar Room Blues"
"Broken Dreams" recorded by Billy Carter
Moon Mullican 'Moon's Tunes'
"I Don't Know What To Do"
'Bob Crosby's Bob Cats, Volume 3 of 3' 
"I'll Keep Thinking of You" 
The River Road Boys 'Down The Trail' 
  "Down The Trail"
Shelly Lee Alley 'Alley Cat Stomp 1937-1941'
"Big House Blues"
'A Salute to the Heroes of Texas Swing'  
Dayna Wills, "Traveling Blues"
The River Road Boys 'Bluebonnet Lane' "Down In Dixieland"
Shelly Lee Alley and his Alley Cats 1938
"Houston Blues"
Bennie Hess, Shelly, Mrs. Jimmie Rodgers and Biff Collie
Bennie Hess and Shelly




AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Why Are You Blue.
PUBLISHER New York : Peer International, c1951
AUTHOR Rodgers / Alley
TITLE Travelin' Blues / by Jimmie Rodgers ; Shelly Lee Alley.
PUBLISHER New York : Southern Music, c1931.

AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Down The Trail.
PUBLISHER Chicago : M. M. Cole, c1937.

AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE I'm All Alone
PUBLISHER Chicago : Bell Music, c1942
AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE My Love.
PUBLISHER New York : Peer International, c1942.

AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Someone I Love.
PUBLISHER Dallas, TX : Majestic Music, c1920.

A sample of Alley's more popular songs;


AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Blue Bonnet-Waltz.
PUBLISHER Dallas, TX: c1917.
AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Dear Little You.
PUBLISHER Dallas, TX : Majestic Music, c1920.

AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Little Home Of Long Ago / by Shelly Lee Alley.
PUBLISHER Chicago : M. M. Cole Publishing, c1931.
Featured by Diane Davis
AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Those Mean Mamma Blues.
PUBLISHER Dallas, TX : R. W. R. Music, c1923.


AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Love Dreams Of Long Ago.
PUBLISHER Dallas, Texas : Webb & Wills Music, c1926.


AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Through The Shadows.
PUBLISHER Dallas, TX : E. G. Council, c1928.
AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Only Childhood Sweethearts / by Shelly Lee Alley ; Anne E. Gardner.
PUBLISHER Chicago : M. M. Cole Publishing, c1931.


AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Broken Dreams
PUBLISHER c1931.


AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE I'll Go On Loving You / by Shelly Lee Alley.
PUBLISHER Chicago : M. M. Cole Publishing, c1931.


AUTHOR Rodgers / Alley
TITLE Gambling Bar Room Blues / by Jimmie Rodgers ; Shelly Lee Alley.
PUBLISHER New York : Southern Music, c1933.
AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE I'll Forgive You, But I Can't Forget.
PUBLISHER Chicago : Bell Music, c1940.


AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE I'll Keep Thinking Of You.
PUBLISHER Chicago : Bell Music, c1940.
AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Answer To My Precious Darling.
PUBLISHER New York : Peer International, c1942


AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Beer Joint Blues.
PUBLISHER New York : Peer International, c1942.


AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Big House Blues.
PUBLISHER New York : Peer International, c1942.
AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Things Are Different Now.
PUBLISHER New York : Peer International, c1942.


AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE I Don't Know What To Do.


AUTHOR Bruner/Alley
TITLE I Just Can't Steal The Sweetheart Of A Soldier
PUBLISHER Hollywood : Cross Music, c1944
AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Down In Dixie Land.


AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Won't You Come Home.
PUBLISHER New York : Peer International, c1949.


AUTHOR Alley, Shelly Lee.
TITLE Won't You Hold Me In Your Arms Again.
PUBLISHER New York : Peer International, c1949.
Click play to hear the 1931 recording of "Travellin' Blues" with Jimmie Rodgers
Below are a sample of letters and newspapers:
"The Port Arthur News Society Page", September 7, 1945
"The Port Arthur News Society Page", Monday, October 15, 1945
"The New York Age" Saturday, January 10, 1942
Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys 'Riding Your Way'
"Travelin Blues"