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She's Still Got A Hold On YouThat's The Only Way Life's Good To MeYou Win AgainI Don't See How I Can Love You AnymoreGood Hearted WomanGeorgia Keeps Pulling On My RingGive A Lonely Heart A HomeGone Gone GoneGone On The Other HandGood Chance Of Tearfall TonightGood Woman's LoveFootprints In The Sands Of TimeFoolsFolsom Prison BluesFifteen Years AgoEven After Everything She's DoneEasy Part's OverDown On The FarmDon't Fight The Feelings Of LoveDoes My Ring Hurt Your FingerGot Leavin' On Her MindGreen Green Grass Of HomeI Don't Think She's In Love AnymoreI Could Never Be Ashamed Of YouI Could Have Saved You The TimeI Can't Help It (if I'm Still In Love With You)I Can't Believe That You've Stopped Loving MeI Can See The Lovin' In Your EyesI Ain't All BadHope You're Feelin' Me (like I'm Feelin' You)Honky Tonk BluesHello Darlin'Have I Got Some Blues For YouHardest Part Of Livin's Loving MeHard Time Will Be The Best TimeHappy StreetHappiest Song On The JukeboxGuess Things Happen That WayDistant DrumsDid You Think To PrayDetroit CityBefore I Met YouBanks Of The OhioBack To The Country RoadsBaby Is GoneAtlantic Coastal LineApartment No.9Anywhere (just Inside Your Arms)Another I Love You Kind Of DayAmazing LoveAlong The MississippiAll The TimeAll I Have To Offer You Is MeIt's Just A Matter Of Making Up My MindAct NaturallyAbove And Beyond (the Call Of Love)Able Bodied ManBefore The Next Teardrop FallsBest Banjo PickerDays Of Sand And ShovelsDaydreams About Night ThingsDay You Stop Loving MeDay The World Stood StillCrystal ChandeliersCotton FieldsCompletely HelplessComin' Down With LoveComfort Of Her Wings.Come On Home And Sing The Blues To DaddyBustedBurgers And FriesBrand New Bed Of RosesBoth Of Us Love YouBilly BayouBest In The World
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Related Information for Charley Pride Becoming a trailblazing Country Music superstar was an improbable destiny for Charley Pride (born March 18, 1938), especially considering his humble beginnings as a sharecropper’s son on a cotton farm in Sledge, Mississippi. His unique journey to the top of the music charts includes a tumultuous detour through the world of Negro league, minor league and semi-pro baseball as well as many long years of labor alongside the vulcanic fires of a smelter. But in the end, with boldness, perse.. read more