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It's Four In The MorningJust MarriedBurning MemoriesReverend Mr. BlackFour WallsI'll Be Satisfied With LoveHello WallsHere's To The GirlsHey Good Lookin'High Noon (do Not Forsake Me)Honky Tonk SongHow Can I Forget YouHello Darlin'He'll Have To GoHave I Waited Too LongGuiltyGood Lord Must Have Sent YouGoing SteadyGive A Lonely Heart A HomeGet Some Loving DoneGentle On My MindGalvestonI Can't Believe That You're In Love With MeI Can't Find The TimeI'd Rather Love YouI Woke Up On The Wrong Side Of The WorldI Miss You AlreadyI Might As Well Be Here AloneI Live Just To Love YouI Just Don't Know How To Say NoI Just Came To Get My BabyI Hear You Talkin'I Hardly Knew It Was YouI Guess I'm Crazy (for Loving You)I Fall To PiecesI Don't Hurt AnymoreI Can't Tell My HeartI Can't Stop Loving YouI Guess I Had Too Much To Dream Last NightI Can't Help It (if I'm Still In Love With You)I'll Be Alright (in The Morning)Funny How Time Slips AwayBurning BridgesBouquet Of RosesBonanzaBlackland FarmerWhen I've Learned Enough To LiveBig ShoesBetter Things Than TheseBelieving It YourselfBefore The Next Teardrop FallsBaxter HillBallad Of PaladinBacktrackAm I That Easy To ForgetAlone With YouAlmostBustedChattanooga Shoeshine BoyCompany's Comin'Forget The PastFoggy Mountain TopFamily BibleFaded LoveFace To The WallEverytime I'm Kissing YouEverything I Have Is YoursEveningDown Lover's Lane AloneDon't Take Your Love From MeDon't Take Your Guns To TownDon't Let The Stars Get In Your EyesDance Her By Me (one More Time)Country GirlCongratulations
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Related Information for Faron Young Faron Young (February 25, 1932, near Shreveport, Louisiana – December 10, 1996), was an American country music singer, predominantly in the honky tonk genre.Starting off singing at the local Optimist Club, Young was discovered by Webb Pierce, who brought him to star on the Louisiana Hayride radio program on KWKH in 1951.He was drafted into the Army in late 1952, just after he was signed to Capitol Records. Nicknamed "The Hillbilly Heartthrob" and "The Singing Sheriff,&quo.. read more