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Who Left The Door To Heaven OpenSomeone Can Steal Your Love From MeShe's A Girl Without Any SweetheartShe Thinks I Still CareSeptember In The RainScotch And SodaSanta Claus Is Coming To TownSan Antonio RoseRudolph The Red-nosed ReindeerRub-a-dub-dubRoving GamblerRollin' In Your Sweet SunshineRock In The OceanShe's Just A Whole Lot Like YouShenandoah WaltzSoft LipsSmoke! Smoke! Smoke! That CigaretteSixty Minute ManSixteen TonsSix Pack To GoSix Days On The RoadSing Me Something SentimentalSimple Simon Simple HeartSilver BellsSigned Sealed And DeliveredShotgun BoogieRight Or WrongRednecks, White Socks And Blue Ribbon BeerPop A TopMother The Queen Of My HeartMost Of AllMay I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight MisterMake Room In Your Heart (for A Memory)Lovin' On Back StreetsLove ThiefLost HighwayLord Knows I'm DrinkingLittle Rosewood CasketLittle BlossomLetter Edged In BlackMy Front Door Is OpenMy Old FlamePick Me Up On Your Way DownPaying Off The Interest With My TearsPaper DollOrange Blossom SpecialOn Tap, In The Can, Or In The BottleOle NapoleonOlder The Violin The Sweeter The MusicOklahoma HillsNo Help WantedNine Pound HammerMy Rough And Rowdy WaysLet Me Call You SweetheartJust One Step AwayWhen Your Love Burns LowWhen You're Lovin' You're Livin'When The Saints Go Marching InWhen My Blue Moon Turns To Gold AgainWhen God Dips His Love In My HeartWhat's Made Milwaukee Famous (had Made A Loser Out Of Me)What Will I Do Next MondayWhat Made Her ChangeWe've Gone Too FarWe Wish You A Merry ChristmasWarm Red WineWhere Is Your Heart TonightWhere My Sweet Baby Used To WalkIf Luvin' You Is WrongI Guess I'm Getting Over You (Live)You'll Be The OneYou Remembered MeYou Always Hurt The One You LoveYesterday's GirlWorld's Greatest Feelin'
Related Information for Hank Thompson Hank Thompson (September 3, 1925 – November 6, 2007) was a country-western music entertainer whose career spanned six decades, and who has sold over 60 million records worldwide.Thompson's musical style, characterized as Honky Tonk Swing, is a mixture of big-band instrumentation, fiddle and steel guitar that supports his distinctive, gravelly baritone vocals on songs he often writes himself. His backing band, The Brazos Valley Boys, was voted the No.1 Country Western Band for 14 ye.. read more