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Driftwood On The RiverDrivin' Nails In My CoffinEach Night At NineEven The Bad Times Are GoodFamily BibleFilipino BabyFireball MailFollow MeFort Worth JailFour WallsFrauleinGames People PlayGive Me A Little Old Fashioned LoveGive My Love To RoseGo On HomeGone And Left Me BluesToo Old To Cut The MustardHelp Me Make It Through The NightHey Good Lookin'Holding On To Nothin'Holding Things TogetherHoneymoon With The BluesHow Can I Be SureI Believe I'm Entitled To YouI Can't Help It (if I'm Still In Love With You)I Chased You Till You Caught MeI Could Never Be Ashamed Of YouI Dreamed Of An Old Love AffairI Hung My Head And CriedI Love You So Much It HurtsI Need Attention BadI Never Had The One I WantedI Reached For The WineI Saw The LightI Think I'll Give UpI Told You SoI Walk The LineI Will Miss You When You GoI Wonder Where You Are TonightI Wonder Why I Worry Over YouI Wonder Why You Said GoodbyeI'd Like To Live It AgainI'll Always Be Glad To Take You BackI'll Be There (if You Ever Want Me)I'll Get Along SomehowI'll Just Call You DarlingI'll Never Tell You That I Love YouI'll Step AsideI'm A Long Gone DaddyI'm As Free As The BreezeI'm Free At LastI'm Gonna Tie One On TonightI'm Living In SunshineI'm Movin' OnI'm Not Leaving You (it's All In Your Mind)I'm So Afraid Of Losing You AgainI'm Sorry NowI'm Waiting For Ships That Never Come InI've Got All The Heartaches I Can HandleI've Got The Blues For MammyIf I Ever Stop Hurtin'If My Heart Had WindowsIf We Never Meet AgainIf We Put Our Heads TogetherIf You Call That Gone GoodbyeIf You Don't Quit Checkin' On MeKey's In The MailboxKind Of Love She Gave To MeLast GoodbyeLast LetterLast Night I DreamedLet The World Keep On A Turnin'Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said HelloLet's Stop Right Where We AreLet's Turn Back The Years
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Related Information for Ernest Tubb Ernest Dale Tubb (February 9, 1914 – September 6, 1984), nicknamed the Texas Troubadour, was an American singer and songwriter and one of the pioneers of country music. His biggest career hit song, "Walking the Floor Over You" (1941), marked the rise of the honky tonk style of music. In 1948, he was the first singer to record a hit version of "Blue Christmas", a song more commonly associated with Elvis Presley and his mid-1950s version. Another well-known Tubb hit was ".. read more