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No Fool Like An Old FoolNo Love Have INo More Me And YouNobody's Fool But YoursOld FaithfulLeave Me Something To Remember You ByThen Maybe I Can Get Some SleepCountry Girl (leavin' Dirty Tracks)You You Only YouYou'll Never Miss The WaterYou're A Real Good FriendYou're For MeYou're Welcome AnytimeYour Monkey Won't Be Home TonightYour Mother's PrayerYour Tender Loving CareYou Made A Monkey Out Of MeYou Left Her Lonely Too LongWho's Gonna Mow Your GrassWhole Lot Of Somethin'With LonelyWithin My Loving ArmsWould You Be ReadyYou Ain't Gonna Have Ol' Buck To Kick Around No MoreYou Can't Make Nothing Out Of That But LoveYou Gotta Have A LicenseLyin' AgainIs Anybody Goin' To San AntoneBig Game Hunter(it's A) Monster's HolidayBlue LovePlease Don't Take Her From MeWhy Don't Mommy Stay With Daddy And MeI Won't Be Needing YouSomething's WrongGreat ExpectationsRhythm And BoozeThree Dimension LoveMy Bucket's Got A Hole In ItI Washed My Hands In Muddy WaterOnly Daddy That'll Walk The LineThere'll Be No OtherPut Another Quarter In The Jukebox (Live)The Night They Drove Old Dixie DownHonky Tonk ManMemphisWhite Satin BedWhere Has Our Love GoneTogether AgainTogethernessTomorrow Is Christmas DayToo Old To Cut The MustardTouch MeTrouble And MeTruck Drivin' ManUncle PenToday I Started Loving You AgainTired Of LivingThere Never Was A FoolThere's A Gonna Come A DayThere's Gotta Be Some Changes MadeThink It OverThink Of MeThis Old HeartTijuana LadyTill These Dreams Come TrueUnder The Influence Of LoveUnder Your Spell AgainWeekend DaddyWham BamWhat A Liar I AmWhatcha Gonna Do NowWhen Jesus Calls All His ChildrenWhen The Roll Is Called Up YonderWhen You Get To Heaven (i'll Be There)
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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