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Where Does The Good Times GoWe're Gonna Let The Good Times RollWe're Gonna Get TogetherUnderstand Your ManVery Merry ChristmasWait A Little Longer Please JesusWaitin' In Your Welfare LineWalk The FloorWay That I Love YouWe Split The BlanketWe Were Made For Each OtherThere Goes My LoveGreat White HorseDevil Made Me Do ThatDiggy Liggy LoDon't Ever Tell Me GoodbyeDon't Let Her KnowDon't Let True Love Slip AwayDon't Wipe The Tears That You CryDown Down DownDown On The Corner Of LoveDevil Like Me (needs An Angel Like You)Darling You Can Depend On MeCinderellaClose Up The Honky TonksCold Cold WindCongratulations (you're Absolutely Right)Corn LiquorCotton FieldsCrying TimeDang MeDown To The RiverDust On Mother's BibleGetting Used To Losing YouGetting Used To Loving YouGirl On Sugar Pie LaneGonna Have LoveGood Old Days (are Here Again)Good Old Fashioned Country ChristmasGoodbye Good Luck God Bless YouGreat Judgement DayGet Out Of Town Before SundownFull Time DaddyEternal VacationEverybody Needs SomebodyEverything Reminds Me You're GoneExcuse Me (i Think I've Got A Heartache)Fallin' For YouFishin' On The MississippiFool Me AgainFoolin' AroundCigareets Whusky And Wild Wild WomenChristmas Time's A Comin'All I Want For Christmas Is My DaddyAll I Want For Christmas Is YouAll The Dreamin' They Could StandAll The Way With JesusAmsterdamArms Full Of EmptyAshes Of LoveBad Bad DreamAll Around Cowboy Of 1964Alabama Louisiana Or Maybe TennesseeA-11AbileneAbove And Beyond (the Call Of Love)Across This Town And GoneAct NaturallyAdios Farewell Goodbye Good Luck So LongAfter You Leave MeAin't It Amazing GracieBand Keeps Playin' OnBecause It's Christmas TimeBuckarooBut I Do
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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