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Where Is My CastleWhere Could I Go But To The LordWhen You Hurt Me More Than I Love YouWhen The Book Of Life Is ReadWhen It's Just You And MeWhen I Sing For HimWhen God Dips His Love In My HeartWhen A House Is Not A HomeWhat Would I Do Without YouWhat Makes A Man WanderWhat Child Is ThisWell Of His MercyWhy MeWill The Real Me Please Stop CryingWings Of A DoveYour Mem'ry Comes AlongYour LightYoung LoveYou've Got Me Right Where You Want MeYou're Gettin' Heavy On My MindYou Light Up My LifeYou Don't Have Very Far To GoYou Can Move That MountainYou Are GoneYou And Your Sweet LoveYou And Love And IYou Ain't Woman Enough (to Take My Man)YouY'all ComeWorld Of Forgotten PeopleWell It's All RightWedding CakeWe're Gonna Hold OnTill I Kissed YouTie A Yellow Ribbon 'round The Oild Oak TreeThresholdThink I'll Go Somewhere And Cry Myself To SleepThere's Something Lonely In This HouseThere'll Never Be Another For MeThere Goes My EverythingThere Are Some ThingsThen And Only ThenThe Wonders You PerformThe Wayward WindThe Song We Fell In Love ToThe Key's In The MailboxThe CallThat's What Lonesome IsTiny Blue Transistor RadioTo Chicago With LoveToday I Started Loving You AgainWayfaring PilgrimWay Up On The MountainWalk Through This World With MeWalk Out BackwardsWalk Me To The DoorWait For The Light To ShineTwo TogetherTwo Empty ArmsTouch Of YesterdayTouch My HeartToo Soon To KnowToo Much To Gain To LoseToo Many RiversToo Good To Be TrueTogether AloneThat's What It's Like To Be LonesomeHeartbreak AvenueFoolin' AroundFool No.1Five Fingers To SpareFirst NoelFarther AlongFamily BibleEverybody Loves Somebody
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Related Information for Connie Smith Connie Smith (born Constance June Meador 14 August 1941, in Elkhart, Indiana) is an American country music singer. She is best known for her 1964 hit song "Once a Day", which spent 8 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's Country music charts, the longest of any female country music artist in history. This was Smith's only single to reach the No. 1 spot on the Billboard charts.In less than a year, Connie Smith moved from being a small-town Ohio housewife to country stard.. read more