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I Really Don't Want To KnowI Walk AloneI Walk The LineI'll Be There (if You Ever Want Me)I'll Go On AloneI'll Hold You In My HeartI'll Take You Home Again KathleenI'm Slowly Going Out Of Your MindI'm So Lonesome I Could CryI'm So Tired Of Goin' Home All By MyselfImagination Running WildIt Hardly Hurts AnymoreIt's A Little More Like HeavenIt's A SinIt's Another WorldJambalaya (on The Bayou)Johnny My Love (grandma's Diary)Keeper Of The KeyKentucky WaltzKevin BarryLast Thing On My MindLaura (what He's Got That I Ain't Got)Let Me Be The OneLittle AcornsLittle Bit LonesomeLivin' AloneLong Gone Lonesome BluesLonging To Hold You AgainLove Has A Mind Of Its OwnLove Or SpiteLove Song For YouLovesick BluesLovin' You (the Way I Do)Loving ArmsMademoiselleMaiden's PrayerMansion On The HillMaple On The HillMay You Never Be AloneMelody Of LoveMexicali RoseMinute You're GoneMommy Please Stay Home With MeMy Blue HeavenMy HappinessMy Heart Cries For YouMy Melancholy BabyMy Old HometownMy Shoes Keep Walking Back To YouMy Wild Irish RoseNight Train To MemphisNo One Is Sweeter Than YouOh How I Miss You (since You Went Away)Old Bog RoadOnce A DayOnce MoreOne Has My Name (the Other Has My Heart)One Step Ahead Of My PastOnly A FoolPaper FacePeace In The ValleyPins And Needles (in My Heart)Precious JewelPut Me In Your PocketRich And The PoorRosalitaSame Sweet GirlSecond FiddleSend Me The Pillow That You Dream OnSeven Days (hummin' Song)Seven Or ElevenShame On YouShe Thinks I Still CareShe's As Close As I Can Get To Loving YouShe's Better Than Most
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Related Information for Hank Locklin Hank Locklin (born Lawrence Hankins Locklin, February 15, 1918, in McLellan, Florida, died March 8, 2009, Brewton, Alabama) was an American country music singer-songwriter.Born in the Florida Panhandle, he was one of country music's Honky Tonk singers. A member of the Grand Ole Opry, Locklin's biggest hits include "Send Me the Pillow That You Dream On", "Geisha Girl", and "Please Help Me I'm Falling", which went to No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 10.. read more