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You're Out Doing What I'm Here Doing WithoutAll Hat No CattleBottle Of TearsTake Me As I Am Or Let Me GoNothing Sure Looked Good On YouBecause You Believed In MeAlmost Like Having You HereAtlanta AnymoreSittin' On A Gold MineThe Sun Never Comes Up AgainMama Sold RosesAin't No Fun To Be Alone In San AntoneGlass HeartsNothing About Her Reminds Me Of YouThe Last Thing I Planned To Do Today Was CheatSomewhere Over YouDreams Of A DreamerShadows On The WallFightin' Fire With FireShe's No LadyOne Hell Of A HeartacheNo One Will Ever KnowOne Sided ConversationCarmenMemories To BurnOld Porch SwingPick The Wildwood FlowerDon't Look At Me In (that Tone Of Voice)I Don't Need A Thing At AllShe Found The KeyThe Great DivideJohn's Back In TownStarting New Memories TodayI Won't Be Sleeping AloneWhen A Fool LearnsCowboys Don't Get Lucky All The TimeSomethin' 'bout Being GoneThis Dream's On MeFull Time FoolShould I Come Home (or Should I Go Crazy)She Has No Memory Of MePaper RosieNew WomanMy Memories Of YouMaybe I Should Have Been ListeningLittle By LittleIf I'm A Fool For LeavingHold MeGrowing ApartGot No Reason Now For Goin' HomeFourteen Carat MindForever AgainFarewell PartyDrinkin' My Way Back HomeChange Her MindBack In The FireSometimes I Get Lucky And ForgetSpeak Softly (you're Talking To My Heart)From Cotton To SatinYou Could Know As Much About A StrangerTake Off Them ShoesCompletely Out Of LoveRose In The SandYour Uncharted MindI Don't Think She'd Really Mind At AllJust How Little I KnowI'd Love To Live With You AgainHer Body Couldn't Keep You (off My Mind)Til Melinda Comes AroundMissing You Just Started Hitting HomeOne And One And OneYou Put Out An Old Flame Last NightWith Any Luck At AllWhat She Don't Know Won't Hurt HerThe Old Man With A Horn
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Related Information for Gene Watson Gene Watson (born October 11, 1943) is an American country singer He is most famous for his 1975 hit "Love in the Hot Afternoon" and his 1982 hit "Fourteen Carat Mind" BiographyWatson was born in Palestine, Texas, in 1943 and began his music career in the early 1970s, performing in local clubs at night while working in a Houston auto body shop during the day He only recorded for a few small, regional record labels until 1974, when Capitol Records picked up his album Lo.. read more