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Release Me (and Let Me Love Again)You Are My SunshineLong Black VeilRebel Johnny YumaRawhidePo' FolksPlace For Girls Like YouPickin' TimePen And PaperPart Where I CryPainted Girls And WineP.s. I Love YouOut Of My HeartStep AsideReverend Mr. BlackStay As Sweet As You AreSome Of Those Memories (hurt Me All Of The Time)She Went A Little Bit FartherShe Thinks I Still CareShame On YouSaw MillSave The Last Dance For MeSan Antonio RoseRuby Don't Take Your Love To TownRiverboatRhinestonesObject Of My AffectionNo Letter TodayLove LettersLove Has Finally Come My WayLong Time AgoLive Fast Love Hard Die YoungLittle Green ApplesLillies Grow HighLifetime Isn't Long EnoughLetters Have No ArmsLet's Pretend We're Lovers AgainLet Old Mother Nature Have Her WayLove Letters In The SandMaking BelieveMama Sang A SongNearness Of YouMy Friend On The RightMy DreamsMy Darling My DarlingMountain Of LoveMoments To RememberMoment Isn't Very LongMom And Dad's WaltzMissing You Was All I Did TodayMexican JoeLet Me Hear You Say I Love You (one More Time)Streets Of LaredoWhen I've Learned Enough To LiveYour Old Love LettersYour Cheatin' HeartYou're Right (but I Wish You Were Wrong)You Keep Right On Loving MeYou Had A CallYou Don't Know MeYou Call Everybody DarlingYellow BandanaY'all ComeWorld So Full Of LoveYour Old Used To BeYour Time's Comin'The Shrine Of St. CeciliaWalk TallWorried MindTrail Of TearsI Made A Fool Of MyselfDown By The RiverSeason's Come & GoI'll Be Satisfied With LoveHere Comes My Baby Back Again
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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