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Anywhere On Earth You AreA Woman's LoveWhen We All Get To HeavenWhat A Friend We Have In JesusTurn Your Eyes Upon JesusThe Old Rugged CrossStanding On The PromisesSoftly And TenderlyLeaning On The Everlasting ArmsIn The GardenI'll Fly AwayI Want To Stroll Over Heaven With YouI Love To Tell The StoryHow Great Thou ArtWho's Cheatin' WhoWhere Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)Little BittyDrive (For Daddy Gene)What A Day Yesterday WasWantedSong For The LifeSomedayRight On The MoneyLove's Got A Hold On YouLet's Get Back To You And MeJob DescriptionIf I Had YouI Don't Need The Booze (to Get A Buzz On)Chasin That Neon RainbowAnother Good ReasonTall,Tall TreesBuicks To The MoonWhere I Come FromWhen Somebody Loves YouWhen Love Comes AroundTropical DepressionThere GoesThe SoundsThe Blues ManPop A TopLittle ManIt Must Be LoveI'll Go On Loving YouHole In The WallGone CrazyEverything I LoveAll American Country BoyBluebirdNever Loved BeforeI'll TryI'd Love You All Over AgainI Still Love YouI Slipped And Fell In LoveI Only Want You For ChristmasI Don't Even Know Your NameHurtin' Comes EasyHomeHave Yourself A Merry Little ChristmasGone CountryGeorge Strait And Alan Jackson---murder On Music RowFrom A DistanceFarewell PartyDon't Close Your EyesIf It Ain't One ThingIf We Make It Through DecemberMy Own Kind Of HatMust've Had A BallMidnight In MontgomeryMerry Christmas To MeMeat And Potato ManMaybe I Should Stay HereMargaritavilleLaid Back 'n Low Key (cay)Kiss An Angel Good MorninJust Playin' Possum
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Related Information for Alan Jackson Alan Eugene Jackson (born October 17, 1958) is an American country music singer, known for blending traditional honky tonk and mainstream country sounds and penning many of his own hits. He has recorded 14 studio albums, three Greatest Hits albums, two Christmas albums, one Gospel album and several compilations, all on the Arista Nashville label. More than 50 of his singles have appeared on Billboard's list of the "Top 30 Country Songs". Of Jackson's entries, 35 were number-o.. read more