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Come A Little Bit CloserJambalaya (on The Bayou)Next Voice You HearNobody But A FoolOn My Mind AgainOne Heart's Beatin' One Heart's Cheatin'Pancho VillaPlaythingPretend You Just Don't Know MeMy Heart Just Won't Listen (to My Mind)Morning PaperMolly DarlingJoey's Back In TownJust Call Me LonesomeLawmanLet's Think About Livin'Make The World Go AwayMan Who Had EverythingMatamorosMemories Can't Kiss Me GoodnightRemember Me (i'm The One Who Loves You)Samuel ColtWabash CannonballWaiting For A TrainWalking The Floor Over YouWhat Makes Me Love You (like I Do)When A Man Loves A Woman (the Way I Love You)Willie The WeeperYou Can Talk Me Out Of AnythingYou Gave Me A MountainUntamed HeartThey'll Never Take Her Love From MeShe Goes Walking Through My MindShe's As Close As I Can Get To Loving YouShe's Feeling Like A New Man TonightT For Texas (blue Yodel No. 1)Tell Me AgainThank You For CallingThere Stands The GlassThese Arms Of MineYou Lucky DogIt's Your Fault I'm CheatingCircumstancesCold Cold HeartCross The Brazos At WacoDown To My Last CigaretteFifteen Years AgoFor The Good TimesForeverFunny How Time Slips AwayCharlie's ShoesChanged My MindAlone With YouAmigo's GuitarAncient HistoryAnything Your Heart DesiresBlizzardBlue MoonlightBouquet Of RosesCattle CallGive Back My HeartGonna Find Me A BluebirdI'm So Lonesome I Could CryI've Got A New HeartacheIf It Pleases YouIs Anybody Going To San AntoneIt Hurts Too Much To Laugh (and I'm Too Big To CryIt's A Long Way Down From Riches To RagsIt's LonesomeIt's Me Not ThemI'm Gonna Keep On Loving YouI Take The ChanceGuess Things Happen That WayGun The Gold And The GirlHeadin' For Heartaches
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Related Information for Billy Walker Billy Walker (January 14, 1929 – May 21, 2006) was an American country-music singer and guitarist, nicknamed "The Tall Texan."Walker was born in Ralls, Texas, in 1929, and became active in the Dallas music scene in the late 1940s. After a brief stint with Capitol Records, he signed with Columbia Records in 1951 at the same time as Ray Price. Walker was a cast member on ABC-TV's Ozark Jubilee in the late 1950's.He is most famous for his 1962 hit "Charlie's S.. read more