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If Teardrops Were SilverIt's Enough To Make A Woman Lose Her MindSomeone's HeartacheSnowbirdOne White RoseLeaving On A Jet PlaneI Learned It All From YouI Hate MyselfSweet TemptationI'd Fight The WorldSecond BestJust For YouThere Goes My EverythingYou'd Better GoBilly ChristianIf You Can Live With It (i Can Live Without It)If You Were Losing Him To MeBefore I'm Over YouI Can't Stop Loving YouIt Is No Secret (what God Can Do)Foggy RiverHeart We Did All That We CouldHangin' OnHello Old Broken HeartHappy TracksHow In The World Will I Get Over YouHeart To Heart (and Fool To Fool)Hello Darlin'How Long Does It Hurt (when A Heart Breaks)I Can't Cry Him AwayI Can't Help It (if I'm Still In Love With You)I Don't Apologize For Loving YouI'll Thank You All My LifeI'll Never Be FreeI'll Live For YouI'll Hold You In My HeartI'll Take The DogI'll Fly AwayI Don't See How I Can Make ItI Love You More And More EverydayI Love You BecauseI Forgot To CareI Don't RememberI'm AloneGoodnight MeColor Song (i Lost My Love)Closest Thing To PerfectCigarettes And Coffee BluesBright Lights And Country MusicBreak My MindBorn To LoseBlues Stay Away From MeBitter TearsBig Midnight SpecialBeautiful LiesBe Nice To EverybodyAre You SincereAre You CertainAnother Lonely NightCome On PhoneComing Or GoingGo On With Your DancingGirls In DisgraceFunny FaceFranklin County MoonshineForgive Me JohnEvil On Your MindEnough Heart To HurtGot You On My MindDear John LetterDay To Day (tear To Tear)Daddy Sang BassD-i-v-o-r-c-eCrying Steel Guitar WaltzCorner Of Despair
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Related Information for Jean Shepard Jean Shepard (born November 21, 1933 in Paul's Valley, Oklahoma as Ollie Imogene Shepard)was one of the first female vocalists in the country music field to become a major star in the early 1950's. Shepard's family moved west to Visalia, California in hopes of a better life. In high school, Shepard formed the Melody Ranch Girls, which became locally famous. One night, Country star Hank Thompson saw Shepard performing at a show and liked what he heard. With Thompson's h.. read more