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She Even Woke Me Up To Say GoodbyeSatisfactionLast LetterAlmost PersuadedBring Me SunshineThen You Can Tell Me GoodbyeStatue Of A FoolSomething UnseenShe's Gone Gone GoneShe Wakes Me With A Kiss Every MorningTake My Hand For AwhileTender YearsThat's What I Tell MyselfThat's When She Started To Stop Loving YouThere Goes My EverythingThere's A Whole Lot About A Woman (a Man Don't Know)There's More To LoveThink I'll Go Somewhere (and Cry Myself To Sleep)Lord Is That MeI'm Afraid I LiedLove Is No ExcuseLove Me And Make It All BetterLove Me Love MeLove Takes Care Of MeMy Elusive DreamsMy Special AngelNext In LineOnly A Woman Like YouOnly The Lonely (know The Way I Feel)Our Chain Of LoveRainin' In My HeartRibbon Of DarknessRoom For One More HeartacheTo See My Angel CryToday I Started Loving You AgainTogether AgainWillinglyWish I Didn't Have To Miss YouWith Pen In HandWorld Needs A MelodyYearning (to Kiss You)Yesterday's LettersYou Are My TreasureYou Gave Me A MountainYou Turned The Lights OnYou're Heavy On My Mind TodayYou're MineYour Favorite FoolYour Tender Loving CareHere Comes My BabyWichita LinemanWhiskey DirtToo Much Of YouTry A Little KindnessUntil My Dreams Come TrueWalk Through This World With MeWalking On New GrassWanting You But Never Having YouWatching My World Walk AwayWe Found It In Each Other's ArmsWe Know An EndingWe'll Try A Little Bit HarderWhat In The World Has Gone Wrong With Our LoveWhat Locks The DoorWhat's The UseWhen The Grass Grows Over MeA Wound Time Can't Erase(i'm So) Afraid Of Losing You AgainDon't Put Your Hurt In My HeartDon't Wake Me I'm DreamingDon't You Ever Get Tired (of Hurtin' Me)Easy Lovin'Ever Since My Baby Went AwayEverybody Knew But You And MeFirst Day
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Related Information for Jack Greene Jack Greene (born 7 January, 1930, died 15 March, 2013) was an American country musician nicknamed the "Jolly Green Giant" and best known for his 1966 hit "There Goes My Everything."Greene was born on January 7, 1930, in Maryville, Tennessee. In the early 1950's, he moved to Atlanta, Georgia, where he formed his own band, The Peach Tree Boys as a lead vocalist, drummer, and guitarist. In 1959, he moved back to Tennessee and settled in Nashville and formed his own.. read more