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Hello Darlin'Dim Light Thick Smoke And Loud Loud MusicLonely TownStore Up LoveBarroom HabitsShe Only Meant To Use HimJust BecauseYours To Hurt TomorrowI Think I'm In LoveOne More SunriseI've Never Had It BadAmos MosesThat's My JobYou're The Reason Our Kids Are UglyWe're So CloseBlue Suede ShoesSittin' In A Dim Cafe(there'll Be) Peace In The ValleyWe're Gonna Try It TonightIf You Can't Write The MusicI'm Tired Of Being SomethingChild With ChildC'est Si BonWhere I StandYou Sure Know How To Hurt A FriendCheatin' FireYou Are To MeWhen The Feeling's RightThe Fire Of Two Old FlamesGreen EyesI Don't Know A Thing About LoveSuppertimeSomebody Lied15 Years AgoIs A Blue Bird BlueBecause You Love MeFallin For You For YearsFool I've Been TodaySouthern ComfortOne On OneThing Of The PastFit To Be Tied DownSensitive HeartI Am The DreamerA Little Of YouHey Little Lucy! (don'tcha Put No Lipstick On)Shadow Of A Distant FriendYou Were Named Co-respondent(i Can't Believe) She Gives It All To MeRiverboat GamblersSomething Strange Got Into Her Last NightAmandaBlue Kentucky GirlI'd Still Play The FoolIf We Want Love To LastNoteIn My EyesRestlessOnce Is Not Enough Kind Of LoveYou'll Never Know How Much I Needed You TodayDy-no-miteShort On Love Too LongKeep On Chasin' RainbowsSally Was A Good Ole GirlJason's FarmThe Feel Of Bein' GoneAll I Can Be Is A Sweet MemoryYour Leaving Left Me Still Loving YouI Made You A WomanClose Enough To LoveMy Adobe HaciendaHero For A DayA Good Love Died TonightBlue Is The Way I FeelI'm Goin' Crazy And She's Just Goin'
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Related Information for Conway Twitty Conway Twitty (1 September 1933 – 5 June 1993), born Harold Lloyd Jenkins, was one of the United States' most successful artists of the 20th century. Twitty had the most singles (55) reach Number 1 on various national music charts. Conway Twitty's across the board totals were greater than that of Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, the Beatles, and Garth Brooks. Most notably known as a country music singer, Twitty also enjoyed success in early Rock and Roll, R&B, and Pop.. read more