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Just A Closer Walk With TheeBrown To BlueThat's All It TookKneel At The Feet Of JesusLooking Back To SeeFunny How Time Slips AwayKing Of The MountainJoy To The WorldCrazy ArmsI Always Get Lucky With YouWho's Gonna Fill Their ShoesBartender's BluesChoicesThe Window Up AboveBury It With JohnnyWhite LightningThe CeremonyLonely Christmas CallWood And WireShe's MineOpen Pit MineWill The Circle Be UnbrokenUntil ThenA House Of GoldI'm Just Blue EnoughYou Better Move OnWino The ClownTake Me Back To TulsaWe CouldIt Is No Secret (what God Can Do)Tender YearsA Picture Of Me Without YouI've Been Out A-walkin'Thousand Times A DayI've Still Got Some Hurtin' Left To DoI'm Not Ready YetYou Gotta Be My BabyWhat A Friend We Have In JesusGirl You Sure Know How To Say GoodbyeOut Of ControlGonna Have A Little Talk With You FriendJust A Little Talk With JesusTrouble In MindTwo Story HouseGolden RingWhere Grass Won't GrowMagic ValleyWhy Baby WhyKing Of The RoadTake The Devil Out Of MeIf Drinkin' Don't Kill Me (her Memory Will)From Here To The DoorI'll Follow You Up To Our CloudIf I Could Hear My Mother Prayer AgainWalls Can FallLove BugHold EverythingNot Even FriendsWhere Could I Go But To The LordAll Fall DownDeveloping My PicturesSoftly And TenderlyRelief Is Just A Swallow AwayRoll Over BeethovenTreasure Of LoveLet's All Go Down To The RiverJesus Hold My HandSweet ThangMaybellineRight Won't Touch A HandHello HeartSparkling Brown EyesWaltz Of The AngelsI Can't Change OvernightTime Changes Everything
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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