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Shoe Goes On The Other Foot TonightIn The GardenGood Year For The RosesI Turn To YouTalk To Me Lonesome HeartSuppose Tonight Would Be Our LastAlong Came JonesI Don't Need Your Rockin' ChairA Beggar To A KingLove Coming DownBig Harlan TaylorYou're EverythingLily Of The ValleyHe Stopped Loving Her TodayThe Lonely Know My SecretThe Lone Ranger(i Heard That) Lonesome WhistleLovin' You Is Worth ItA Goodbye JokeI Don't Love You AnymoreWhere Does A Little Tear Come FromHigh-tech RedneckDream OnBrothers Of A BottleA Wandering SoulBaby You've Got What It TakesLast One To Touch MeThree's A CrowdSan Antonio RoseYou're Still On My MindOld Fashioned SingingYesterday's WineOnce MoreDon't Leave Without Taking Your SilverHello Darlin'No Use To CryCup Of LonelinessTennessee WhiskeyI've Been Known To CryOl' King KongMy Lord Has Called MeHopelessly YoursApartment No.9If You BelieveMultiply The HeartachesNever Grow ColdMy Favorite LiesWean MeSouthern CaliforniaYou're Gonna Change (or I'm Gonna Leave)I Stayed Long EnoughShoulder To ShoulderI'll Walk The LineBlue Moon Of KentuckyBack In My Baby's Arms AgainHe Made Me FreeI Threw Away The RoseIf I WereSatisfied MindMansion On The HillTill I Hear It From YouWhat's In Our HeartsNever Bit A Bullet Like ThisI'm A One Woman ManWhen The Grass Grows Over MeRight In The Wrong DirectionSwing Low Sweet ChariotWrong's What I Do BestYou Couldn't Get The PictureIt Scares Me Half To DeathI Want To Be Where You're Gonna BeVisitTalk To MeWedding BellsBubbles In My Beer
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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