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Let It Rain Let It ShineMaking BelieveYou Never Know Just How Good You've Got ItJambalayaThis Wanting YouMaybe Next ChristmasSea Between Our HeartsA Man I Always Wanted To MeetI'd Rather Switch Than FightLong Time To ForgetBefore I Met YouSize Seven RoundI Don't Have Sense EnoughCrawdad SongBull Mountain LadWineBurn The Honky Tonk DownI Fall In Love With You Every DayI Can Still See Him In Your EyesHeartaches And Hangovers(we're Not) The Jet SetThe More I Saw Of HerYou Can Always Come BackWhat's Bad For You Is Good For MeLife To GoRight Now I'd Come Back And Melt In Her ArmsShe Once Made A Romeo CryTake This Job And ShoveHere We AreGood Old Fashioned CryOne Of These Days (but Not Tonight)A Whole Lot Of Trouble For YouHallelujah WeekendWorst Of LuckUnfaithful OneInto My ArmsMy Tears Are On The RosesYour Angel Steps Out Of HeavenMockin' Bird HillCountry ChristmasGetting Over The StormHe's So Good To MeLet's Make HistoryBody ManYour Heart Turned LeftBeing TogetherTell Me Something I Don't KnowI'm Gonna Burn Your Playhouse DownThe Precious JewelLoving LiesOn The Banks Of The PonchertrainBlindfold Of LoveI AmWell It's All RightFeeling Single Seeing DoubleGoing Life's WayBoogie Woogie Mexican BoyThe Baptism Of Jesse TaylorI Can't Get Used To Being LonelyGirl I Almost KnewThe Games That Daddies PlayRest In PeaceIn The Shadow Of A LiePass Me ByLonesome LifeOld Country ChurchI Just Lost My Favorite GirlI'm The One She Missed Him With TodayI'll Be Your Stepping StoneI'm With The Wrong OneDon't Think I Don't Love YouWon't It Be Wonderful ThereYour Lying Blue EyesIf The World Didn't End TomorrowBury Me Beneath The Willow
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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