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Almost PersuadedInvisible TearsOh Happy DaySomething StupidRose Colored GlassesLittle PedroLighter Shade Of BlueLet's Build A World TogetherLaura (what He's Got That I Ain't Got)Kiss AwayKing Of The RoadJust A Little Lovin' (will Go A Long Way)If God Can Forgive Me (why Can't You)Just A Closer Walk With TheeI've Got A Tiger By The TailI Do My Swinging At HomeIn The GardenIf You Were Never HereIf I Had My WayIf I Could Hear My Mother Pray AgainIt's All OverLong Lonesome HighwayLivin' In A House Full Of LoveMy Woman's Good To MeMy LoveMy Little Lady (saddie Brown)My Elusive DreamsMove A Little Farther AlongMountain Of LoveMisty BlueMilky White WayMental JourneyMemories Are Made Of ThisMarriage On The RocksLullaby To A Little GirlLove's Gonna Live HereLove Looks Good On YouLosing You Is Something NewLoser's CathedralI'm So Afraid Of Losing You AgainI'm Not Man EnoughFrom A Jack To A KingFour Strong WindsFallen StarFaded LoveDon't Mention TomorrowDay That Love Walked InDavid's SongDanny BoyCowpokeChurch In The WildwoodChina DollCabin In The Corner Of GlorylandSilent NightBridge Over Troubled WaterBefore You Travel On (lonesome Road)Before The Next Teardrop FallsGentle On My MindGonna Lay Down My BurdensI'm Down To My Last I Love YouI'll Take My Chances With YouI Walk AloneI Told Them All About YouI Thought I'd DieI Remember YouI Love You So Much It HurtsI Guess I'm Crazy (for Loving You)I Don't Love You AnymoreHoneyHomecomingHold That TearHey Good Lookin'Heavenly SunshineHeart We Did All That We CouldHave A Little Faith
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Related Information for David Houston Charles David Houston (born December 9, 1938 in Bossier City, Louisiana; died November 30, 1993 in Bossier City) was an American Grammy award winning country music singer. His peak in popularity came between the mid-1960s through the early 1970s. David Houston died of a brain aneurysm on November 30, 1993, less than two weeks before his 55th birthday.In 1963, David Houston rose to national stardom with the single "Mountain of Love"; the song, which was different fr.. read more