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Butterfly KissesI Would Like To See You AgainIn Our Old AgeIf You Want To Find LoveOne LifeAfter All This TimeI Wish I Could Say ThatHow Do I Break It To My HeartA Little More Like Me (the Crucifixion)A Stranger In My PlaceFighting Fire With FireIf I Knew What I Know NowIf I Could Only Change Your MindNo DreamsHold MeIf I Ever Fall In Love AgainMorgana JonesFly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)O Little Town Of BethlehemI'll Be Home For ChristmasSilver BellsThe First NoelThe Christmas SongYou Can't Make Old Friends (duet With Dolly Parton)LoserLook At YouWhere Or When (With David Foster)Ol' RedAm I Too LateUnforgettableTulsa TurnaroundAin't No SunshineJust The Thought Of Losing YouLying AgainCarol Of The BellsWhite ChirstmasBelovedDreams Of The San JoaquinIf Wishes Were HorsesChildren, Go Where I Send Thee (feat. Home Free)The LightI Can't Help Falling In LoveThis MasqueradeHow Sweet It Is (to Be Loved By You)Since I Fell For YouYou Don't Know MeOnce Again She's All AloneMaking Music For MoneyOnce Again It's ChristmasHere's That Rainy DayTicket To NowhereSomething's BurningWe All Got To Help Each OtherThe Hoodooin' Of Miss Fannie DeberryWhen You Love SomeoneTwentieth Century FoolThere's An Old Man In Our Town'mericaYou Had To Be ThereTennessee BottleSing Me Your Love SongWhat I Did For LoveWrite Your Name (across My Heart)You And IYou Made Me Feel LoveYou Were A Good FriendYou Gotta Be TiredYou're My LoveYou've Lost That Lovin' FeelingWithout You In My LifeYou'll Know LoveWhat I Learned From Loving YouWe've Got It AllThree Times A LadyWe Are The Same
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Related Information for Kenny Rogers Kenneth Donald Rogers (born August 21, 1938, in Houston, Texas) is a prolific American country music singer, photographer, producer, songwriter, actor and businessman. Kenny Rogers graduated from Jefferson Davis High School in Houston.Although he has been very successful, charting more than 60 top 40 hit singles across various music genres and topping the country and pop album charts for more than 100 individual weeks in the United States alone, many still consider him a vastly underrated.. read more