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According To My HeartEngine Engine No.9Travelin' LightWait A Little Longer Please JesusI Don't Love You AnymoreChair That Rocked Us AllPaper BunnyJust A Closer Walk With TheeOur Way Of LifeOne More Round Of GinPhiladelphia FilliesI Forgot More Than You'll Ever KnowI Know OneI Saw The LightI Don't Have Sense Enough (to Come In Out Of The Pain)I Don't Feel At Home In This House AnymoreHelp Me Make It Through The NightHer And The Car And The Mobile HomeHere We Go AgainHomemade LoveHonky Tonk ManHow Long Has It BeenI Ain't Broke But I'm Badly BentI Could Never Be Ashamed Of YouI Threw Away The RoseI Want To Do Thy Will Oh LordListen To My SongLess Of MeLaughter Keeps Running Down My CheeksKing Of The RoadLet Your Love FlowIt's A Sin To Tell A LieIs It Really OverIndian Burial GroundIn A Mansion Stands My LoveWild BloodI'm Not Through Loving YouI'll Go Get The Tool BoxI Would Like To See You AgainI Woke UpI Want Your HeartLittle HighballHeartaches By The NumberDead And GoneCrazy ArmsBut I DoBottle Let Me DownBlame It On My Do WrongBimboBilly BayouBig DaddyBest Is Yet To ComeBelles Of The Southern BellBe GladBaby Ride EasyAnywhere U.s.a.Another Pretty Country SongAm I Losing YouDestiny's ChildDiesel On My TailHe'll Have To GoGreen Green Grass Of HomeGreat Great DayGrandma Was A MotorGot A Little Bit Of HeavenGoin' Down The Road Feelin' BadGirl On The BillboardGiddy Up GoFamily BibleEverybody's Got To Be SomewhereEverybody Wants To Sing A Goodtime SongDozen Pairs Of BootsDown In The BoondocksDon't Let Your Deal Go DownDime At A Time
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Related Information for Del Reeves Franklin Delano "Del" Reeves (July 14, 1932 – January 1, 2007) was a country music singer, best known for his "girl-watching" novelty-type songs of the 1960s. He became one of the most successful male country singers of the 1960s. Reeves was named after Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who had been nominated by the Democratic Party to be their presidential nominee just a few days before he was born.Del Reeves is probably best known for his fair share of 1960s hits. He prov.. read more