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Old Time ReligionMy Heart Skips A BeatI Don't Care (just As Long As You Love Me)Arms Full Of EmptyLove's Gonna Live HereLet's Agree To DisagreeBecause It's Christmas TimeMemphisSweethearts In HeavenDown On The Corner Of LoveStorm Of LoveKickin' Our Hearts AroundIf You Ain't Lovin' (you Ain't Livin')There's Gotta Be Some Changes MadeCotton FieldsYou Left Her Lonely Too LongAll I Want For Christmas Is My DaddyI Finally Gave Her Enough Rope To HangIf I Had You Back AgainI've Never Had A Dream Come True BeforeDon't Ever Tell Me GoodbyeCongratulations (you're Absolutely Right)Corn LiquorBring Back My Peace Of MindCrying TimeDiggy Liggy LoDang MeDarling You Can Depend On MeDevil Like Me (needs An Angel Like You)Devil Made Me Do ThatDon't Let Her KnowGetting Used To Loving YouGetting Used To Losing YouGet Out Of Town Before SundownFull Time DaddyForever And EverHot DogDon't Wipe The Tears That You CryEternal VacationDust On Mother's BibleDown To The RiverDown Down DownDon't Let True Love Slip AwayGirl On Sugar Pie LaneCold Cold WindClose Up The Honky TonksBefore You GoBand Keeps Playin' OnBad Bad DreamAshes Of LoveAll The Way With JesusAll The Dreamin' They Could StandAll I Want For Christmas Is YouAll Around Cowboy Of 1964Alabama Louisiana Or Maybe TennesseeAin't It Amazing GracieAdios Farewell Goodbye Good Luck So LongAct NaturallyAcross This Town And GoneBig In VegasBile 'em Cabbage DownBlack Texas DirtCinderellaCigareets Whusky And Wild Wild WomenChristmas Time's A Comin'Christmas Time Is NearChristmas ShoppingChristmas Ain't Christmas Dear Without YouCharlie BrownCatch The WindBring It To JesusBridge Over Troubled WaterBlues For LifeBlue Christmas TreeBlue Christmas Lights
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Related Information for Buck Owens Alvis Edgar Owens, Jr. (August 12, 1929 – March 25, 2006), better known as Buck Owens, was an American singer and guitarist who had 21 No. 1 hits on the Billboard country music charts with his band, the Buckaroos. They pioneered what came to be called the Bakersfield sound—a reference to Bakersfield, California, the city Owens called home and from which he drew inspiration for what he preferred to call American music.While Owens originally used fiddle and retained pedal steel guitar i.. read more