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Well It's All RightFeeling Single Seeing DoubleWon't It Be Wonderful ThereIf The World Didn't End TomorrowBury Me Beneath The WillowAll I Want To DoTaggin' AlongIt Came Upon A Midnight ClearLetter To HeavenHang Up The Baby's StockingAfter The Fire Is GoneBeacon In The NightWho Will I Be Loving NowWhy Me LordBig Fool Of The YearLet A Little Loving Come InSilent NightAin't Your Memory Got No Pride At AllNew Man In TownYou're Looking At A Happy ManI Can't Escape From YouDon't Touch MeYou Made A Believer Out Of MeThe Old Rugged CrossGreen Green Grass Of HomeThe Real MccoyFrozen HeartIt's OkWe Can Make ItIt Sure Was GoodIt's An Old Love ThingYou All GoodnightThe RockI Can't Help ItMy Cup Runneth OverThat's Good That's BadDon't Rob Another Man's CastleNever Ending Song Of LoveI Gave It All Up For YouLouisiana ManA Cold Day In DecemberI Love You So Much It HurtsShip Of LoveMade For The BluesWhat's Your Mama's NameSmall Y'allThe Old Man No One LovesYou Never ThoughtMama's HandsShe Needs MeRun BoyFree As A BreezeA Hard Act To FollowMan Worth Loving YouToo Wild Too LongMr. FoolCome Home To MeSweet DreamsReal DealTarnished AngelLet There Be A WomanYou Can't Do Wrong And Get ByA Drunk Can't Be A ManDon't Let The Stars Get In Your EyesGonna Take Me Away From YouRelease MeA Few Ole Country Boys (with Randy Travis)Y'all ComeSomeone That You Used To KnowRolling In My Sweet Baby's ArmsMary Don't Go Round (Single Version)When I Wake From DreamingLet A Little Love And Care InToo Much WaterYou Are The One
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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