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Wreck Of Number TwoYesterday's PromiseYou And MeYou Can't Conceal A Broken HeartYou Don't HearYou Don't Love Me (but You're Afraid Somebody Will)How Far Is Heaven (Re-Recorded)Slowly DyingThank You For Loving MeThat Ain't A Woman's WayThat Glory Bound TrainThat's A No NoThat's Me Without YouThe Man I Used To KnowThe Pale Horse And His RiderThe Teddy Bear SongThe Third ManThere Must Be Another Way To LiveThere's No Greater Time Than NowThank God For A Mother Like MineTennessee WaltzSomeday You'll Call My NameStand Beside MeStand By Your ManStanding Room OnlyStep AsideStubborn HeartSugar In The GroundSugartimeSweeter Than The FlowersTake These Chains From My HeartTalk Back Trembling LipsThere's Poison In Your HearThey Can't Take Your LoveToo Many RiversTouch And Go HeartTouch My HeartTruck Driver's SweetheartTrue And Lasting KindTry A Little KindnessUnloved UnwantedWait A Little Longer Please JesusWait For The Light To ShineWalk Softly On The BridgesWalk Through This World With MeToo Far From GodTomorrow Never ComesThey're Stepping All Over My HeartThing Called SadnessThings I Might Have BeenThis DivorceThis Is ItThis Old HeartThis White CircleThis World Holds Nothing (since You're Gone)Three Ways (to Love You)Today I Started Loving You AgainTogether AgainWaltz Of The AngelsLast One To Touch MeCrying TimeDon't Hang Around He's Married To MeDon't Let Our Sweet Love DieDon't Take All Your LovingDon't Wait The Last Minute To PrayDust On The BibleEach DayEasily PersuadedEasy Part's OverEvery Step Of The WayEverybody Loves SomebodyEverybody's Reaching Out For SomeoneDon't Forget To Say I Love YouDon't Call Me Your DarlingD-i-v-o-r-c-e
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Related Information for Kitty Wells Kitty Wells (born Muriel Deason on 30 August 1919 - 16 July 2012) is a country singer from Nashville, Tennessee, known as the Queen of Country Music. During the 1950s she was the only female vocalist to consistently hit the top of the country charts and her stardom was on the same level as the biggest male vocalists of the period.Wells' success in the 1950s and 1960s was so enormous that she still ranks as the sixth most successful female vocalist in the history of the Billboard coun.. read more