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Wrong Road AgainQueen Of The Silver DollarRocky TopTry A Little KindnessAlways On My MindIf You Want MeBlue BayouBlue Blue DayStay Away From The Apple TreeWhat The World Needs Now Is LoveMisty BlueWhich Way You Goin' BillyYou And Your Sweet LoveYou Couldn't Even Light His CandleYour Old Love LettersYours LoveJust The Way You AreI Will SurviveCryin' TimeTennessee WaltzAll I Want Is YouSing Me An Old Fashioned SongHere You Come AgainIt's A HeartacheWhat I've Got In MindIt Makes No Difference NowI'm So Lonely I Could CryLove Ain't The Question (love Ain't The Answer)Loving Him Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do)I've Never Loved Anyone MoreHe's Got More Love In His Little FingerLonely Hearts ClubDo Right Woman Do Right ManSay It Again57 ChevroletI'm Gonna Be A Country Girl Again(you Never Can Tell) C'est La VieLook What They've Done To My SongIt Could'a Been MeEvery Time Two Fools CollideCrystal ChandeliersFeverFor The Good TimesOne More ChanceBefore Your TimeI Don't Believe I'll Fall In Love TodayI Don't Wanna Play HouseI Stayed Long EnoughI'll Share My World With YouKeep Me From Cryin' TodayLivin' In A House Full Of LoveLook Out Your WindowLove Takes Care Of MeMarty GrayHome Loving ManHold Me TightBlanket On The GroundCome On HomeDaddy I Love YouEnough For YouEvery Word I WriteGames People PlayHarper Valley P.t.a.Heart Over MindHello Darlin'Midnight TrainMr. Walker It's All OverThe Wisdom Of A FoolThing Of PleasureTill Something Better Comes AlongTips And TablesToday I Started Loving You AgainTrue LoveWe Love Each OtherWhy Did You Have To Be So Good
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Related Information for Billie Jo Spears Billie Jo Spears (born January 14, 1937 in Beaumont, Texas as Billie Jean Spears, died December 14, 2011 in VIdor, Texas) was a country music singer who was particularly popular in the 1970s.Spears moved from Texas to Nashville in 1964. She earned a Capitol Records contract in 1968. Her first hit was 1969's "Mr. Walker, It's All Over."Spears won country fans over with her tough, bluesy style; however, it was not until 1975's "Blanket on the Ground" that.. read more