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If The Devil Danced (in Empty Pockets)If You Want Me ToHere Comes That TrainNever Mine To LoseBetter Off GoneLet It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It SnowZeroIt's Hard To Be MeWrap Me In Your LoveYou Can't Go HomeThe Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)I Can Walk The Line (If It Ain't Too Straight)Goodnight SweetheartSo Help Me Girl (Single Version)What A Way To GoStoned On Her LoveJunior's In LoveStartin' Over BluesBack To Back HeartachesIf I Had Any Pride Left At AllYou Made Me What I AmJust A Regular JoeIn My Own BackyardAre We Even YetI'm Not Through Losin' YouNot In This LifetimePoor MeI'm In Love With A Capital UI'd Rather Have What We HadMagazine AngelsThere Goes The NeighborhoodI Just Don't KnowSomehow TonightHard To HandleTougher Than NailsHurt Me All The TimeOne More BreathMr. ChristmasThe Cows Came HomeO Holy NightSilent NightFrom Here On OutShow Me A WomanI'm The Only Thing I'll Hold Against YouDon't Our Love Look NaturalGirl Ridin' ShotgunBehind Closed DoorsBack To The CaveMy Give A Damn's BustedPraise And Alleluia To The SaviorShips That Don't Come InCold Budweiser And A Sweet TaterThe Quittin' KindAll Because Of A Baby BoyI Got A Feelin'That Road Not TakenAnd That Was The Easy PartHave Yourself A Merry Little ChristmasJohn Deere GreenA Night To RememberBigger Than The BeatlesDown In A DitchI'm Willing To TryPickup ManShe Loves MeTears In The RainThird Rock From The SunThis Is Your BrainWhole Lotta GoneLeroy The Redneck ReindeerLife's So FunnyAlmost HomeIt's Always Somethin'In Another WorldTexas Size Heartache
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Related Information for Joe Diffie Joe Diffie (born December 28, 1958, in Tulsa, Oklahoma) is an American country musician.He was raised in Velma, Oklahoma. He worked in a foundry while playing local nightclubs in Oklahoma and moved to Nashville in 1986 to work for Gibson Guitar Corporation. His first album arrived in 1990 when country music was thriving commercially and creatively. His first single, a sensitive traditional country ballad, Home, reached No. 1, although Diffie quickly counted on novelty hits to sustain h.. read more