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FallLet Me Take That Heartache (Off Your Hands)Boogie Till The Cows Come HomeFore She Was MamaIf You Ever Feel Like Lovin' Me AgainWho Needs You BabyThis Time LoveHow To Make A Man LonesomeSo Much MoreYou Deliver MeYou're Beginning To Get To MeSeven SundaysHolding Her And Loving YouAverage JoeYou Make It Look So EasyWhat Do You Want For Nothin'One, Two, I Love YouHand Me Down HeartCountry Boy And City GirlI'd Love To Be Your LastMiami And MeI'd Say That's RightCould I Ask You Not To DanceShe Likes It In The MorningLose Some Sleep TonightDown By The RiversideWatch ThisMy Heart Will Never KnowI Can't Forget HerBaby FallI Love ItWhen Shes Good Shes GoodThis Is What MattersHeaven Leave The Light OnJesus Was A Country BoyA Few QuestionsIt Aint PrettyI Hate Nights Like ThisYou'll Never Hear The End Of ItWorkin ManOnly On Days That End In YWoman ThingAll AmericanLove Me Like You Love MeBefore The Next Teardrop FallsRumor Has ItIt Ain't Called Heartland (For Nothin')If A Man Ain't Thinking ('Bout His Woman)I Won't Have The HeartWhere Do I Fit In The PictureMoney Can't Buy (The Love We Had)I'm In The Mood For YouYou're My WitnessBury The ShovelJesse JamesA Cowboy's Toughest RideI Can't SleepLive, Laugh, LoveRough Around The EdgesSweet Sun AngelOnce In A Lifetime LoveRealEverybody Needs LoveThe Silence Speaks For ItselfSay No More!Summertime SongLike We Never Said GoodbyeDreaming With My Eyes OpenHeart Over Head Over HeelsLoving You Comes Naturally To MeOrdinary PeopleThat's UsThen WhatThings I Should Have SaidThis Woman And This Man
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Related Information for Clay Walker With his first two singles reaching number one upon their release, Clay Walker immediately established himself as a commercial success. Unlike most of his new country contemporaries of the mid-'90s, he was able to sustain that success over a couple of years, racking up no less than five number one singles in the first three years of his career. Clay Walker (born August 19, 1969) was born and raised on a farm in Beaumont, TX, the hometown of George Jones. Walker fell in love wi.. read more