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After The Fire Is GoneMy Mom And Santa ClausIf We Don't Make ItMy Baby's GoneCold Cold HeartI Sleep Just Like A BabyWonders You PerformYour Cheatin' HeartShe Told Me SoJust When I Needed YouTalking To HankSolid As A RockCome SundownMy Loving WifeIt Hurts As Much In TexasYou're The Best LivingA Place In The CountryIf You Want To Wear A CrownWe're Gonna Try To Get AlongFrauleinI'm A Fool To CareCall The Wrecker For My HeartDon't Make Me Build Another WallDon't Do It Darlin'Smack DabA Rose From A Bride's BouquetYou Always Look Your BestYou Comb Her HairTell Me My Lying Eyes Are WrongLove Lives AgainGod Keeps The Wild Flowers BloomingWhere Did The Sunshine GoSecond Time AroundI Want To Grow Old With YouSlave LoverThe Honky Tonk DownstairsTry It You'll Like ItThe World Needs A MelodyDon't Do This To MeEverything's Gonna Be AlrightYou're Back AgainHang Up The Baby's StockingBlackboard Of My HeartAm I Losing Your Memory Or MinePlease Talk To My HeartWound Time Can't EraseDo What You Think's BestMilwaukee Here I ComeMy Sweet ImogeneCandy HeartsMoney To BurnThe Day I Lose My MindShe's All I GotLoveshineWhere We'll Never Grow OldTo See My Angel CryHigh On The Thought Of YouLearning To Do Without MeShe Loves MeHeartbroken MeHonky Tonk Myself To DeathOur Happy HomeHow Beautiful Heaven Must BeAlmost Out Of My MindIt's A 10-33I Made Leaving Easy For YouI Said All That To Say All ThisAround HereMemory IsA New Baby For ChristmasEach Season Changes For YouI Don't Have Sense EnoughGive Away GirlSame Old BoatLet It Rain Let It Shine
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Related Information for George Jones By most accounts, George Jones (born George Glenn Jones September 12, 1931 in Saratoga, Texas, died April 26, 2013, in Nashville, Tennessee), was the finest vocalist in the recorded history of country music. Initially, he was a hardcore honky tonker in the tradition of Hank Williams, but over the course of his career he developed an affecting, nuanced ballad style. In the course of his career, he never left the top of the country charts, even as he suffered innumerable personal and profe.. read more