order by popularity | order by alphabet
You Can't Break The Chains Of LoveYesterday's BestWe CouldWave Goodbye To MeWaltz Of The AngelsTip Of My FingersTill I Get It RightThink I'll Go Somewhere And Cry Myself To SleepThief In The NightThere's A Big WheelThere Goes My EverythingThen He Touched MeThat's What It's Like To Be LonesomeTell Me What I Want To HearTeddy Bear SongToday I Started Loving You AgainToo Broke To BreakToo Many Memories All AroundWalk On Out Of My MindViolet And A RoseUnder Your Spell AgainUnder SuspicionTwo Whoops And A HollerTwo Voices Two Shadows Two FacesTrue Love's A BlessingTrouble With GirlsToo Much To Gain To LoseToo Many Teardrops Too LateTear Dropped ByHow Long Does It Hurt (when A Heart Breaks)Evil On Your MindEnough Heart To HurtDon't Take Advantage On MeDon't Fall In Love With A Married ManDirt Under His FeetDid I Turn Down A Better DealDear John LetterDay To Day (tear To Tear)Daddy Sang BassD-i-v-o-r-c-eFoggy RiverForgive Me JohnFranklin County MoonshineHow In The World Will I Get Over YouHello Old Broken HeartHello Darlin'Heart We Did All That We CouldHeart To Heart (and Fool To Fool)Happy TracksHangin' OnGoodnight MeGo On With Your DancingFunny FaceCrying Steel Guitar WaltzCorner Of DespairComing Or GoingBefore I'm Over YouBeautiful LiesBe Nice To EverybodyAt The TimeAre You SincereAre You CertainAnother Lonely NightAnother (just Like Me)All Right (i'll Sign The Papers)Ain't You AshamedBig Midnight SpecialBilly ChristianBitter TearsCome On PhoneColor Song (i Lost My Love)Closest Thing To PerfectCigarettes And Coffee BluesBright Lights And Country MusicBreak My Mind
Page: 1 2 3 
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