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Leroy The Redneck ReindeerThird Rock From The SunJohn Deere GreenCold Budweiser And A Sweet TaterIt's Always Somethin'If I Had Any Pride Left At AllYou Made Me What I AmJust A Regular JoeStartin' Over BluesJunior's In LoveStoned On Her LoveBack To Back HeartachesWhat A Way To GoSo Help Me Girl (Single Version)If You Want Me ToIs It Cold In HereProp Me Up Beside The Jukebox (If I Die)New Way (To Light Up An Old Flame)Like A River Dreams Of RainThe Grandpa That I KnowFrom Here On OutGoodnight SweetheartI Can Walk The Line (If It Ain't Too Straight)Silent NightO Holy NightThe Cows Came HomeMr. ChristmasI'm Not Through Losin' YouAre We Even YetIn My Own BackyardThe Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)You Can't Go HomeWrap Me In Your LoveIt's Hard To Be MeZeroLet It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It SnowBetter Off GoneNever Mine To LoseHere Comes That TrainThis PretenderTexas Size HeartacheIn Another WorldAll Because Of A Baby BoyThe Quittin' KindShips That Don't Come InPraise And Alleluia To The SaviorMy Give A Damn's BustedHave Yourself A Merry Little ChristmasA Night To RememberWhole Lotta GoneThis Is Your BrainTears In The RainShe Loves MePickup ManI'm Willing To TryDown In A DitchBigger Than The BeatlesI Got A Feelin'That Road Not TakenAnd That Was The Easy PartIf The Devil Danced (in Empty Pockets)Almost HomeGood Brown GravyHomeIf I Lost HerHonky Tonk AttitudeI'd Like To Have A Problem Like ThatC-o-u-n-t-r-yWild Blue YonderSomewhere Under The RainbowNext Thing Smokin'Twice Upon A TimeHouston, We Have A ProblemHollow Deep As MineLife's So Funny
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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