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Keep On Chasin' RainbowsShort On Love Too LongI Am The DreamerBlue Suede ShoesIf You Can't Write The MusicSouthern ComfortWho Will Pray For MeWhat Am I Living For(Lost Her Love) On Our Last DateThere Is Something On Your MindIt's Too LateI Hurt For YouI Can't See Me Without YouThe Last Kiss (Is The Last Kiss Goodbye)Don't Cry JoniYou've Never Been This Far BeforeAfter All The Good Is GoneIt's Only Make Believe(Lying Here With) Linda On My MindStory Of My LoveBorn To Sing The BluesLonely Blue BoyYou've Got A Good Love ComingYou Ought To Try It SometimeLong Black TrainLet Me Be The JudgeI'm Not Through Loving You YetA Bridge That Just Won't BurnLost In The FeelingI'll TryI'm In A Blue, Blue MoodThe Likes Of MeDon't Cry No MoreRed Neckin' Love Makin' NightLouisiana Woman, Mississippi ManPlay, Guitar, PlayThree Times A LadyHeavenlyJudge Of HeartsI Wish I Was Still In Your DreamsFifteen Years Ago (Re-Recorded Versions)I'd Love To Lay You DownAll I Have To Offer You Is MeI Still Believe In WaltzesLovin' What Your Lovin' Does To Me (Single)Don't Call Him A CowboyWe Had It AllGoodbye TimeI Don't Want To Be With MeThe Image Of Me (Single)The Third ManMy BabeBoogie Grass Band (Single)The Hurt In My HeartYou'll Never Walk AloneShe's MineGuess My Eyes Were Bigger Than My Heart (Single)Hey Miss RubyHalfway To HeavenBlueberry HillMaybe BabyStar Spangled HeavenSentimental JourneyVibrate (from My Head To My Feet)Make Me Know You're MineI Want To Know You Before We Make LoveYou Win AgainI Need Your Lovin'SorryBaby's GoneDim Lonely PlacesGive Me Some LovinAlmost PersuadedBack Street AffairHello Darlin'
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