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Candy KissesCan The Circle Be UnbrokenBlue Eyes Crying In The RainBlues Are Settin' InBonaparte's RetreatBorn To Be With YouBorn To LoseBridge I Just Can't BurnBroken Marriage VowBurning A Hole In My MindBurning MemoriesBustedC-h-r-i-s-t-m-a-sCrying Steel Guitar WaltzHe Don't Make Me CryI'll Get Over YouI've Been Loving You Too Long (to Stop Now)I've Got A New HeartacheI've Got Him FooledI've Got YesterdayI've Got You On My Mind AgainI've Kissed You My Last TimeI've Thought Of Leaving YouIf I Had The Right To Do You WrongIf I Kiss You (will You Go Away)If My Heart Had WindowsIf Not For YouI'm Too Lonely To SmileI'm Tired Of PretendingI'll Hold You In My HeartI'll Love You 'till Country Music(box Set)I'll Never Find Another YouI'll Reap My Harvest In HeavenI'll Repossess My HeartI'm Counting On YouI'm Down To My Last I Love YouI'm Gonna Change EverythingI'm Just Not SmartI'm Living In Two WorldsI'm Throwing Rice (at The Girl I Love)If Teardrops Were PenniesIf You Love Me (let Me Know)Jesus Is Coming SoonJesus Loved The Devil Out Of MeJesus Take A HoldJingle BellsJust A Cheap AffairJust A MemoryJust Beyond The MoonJust Call Me LonesomeJust For What I AmJust When I Needed YouKill Him With KindnessJealousyJealous HeartIn The Sweet By And ByInvitation To Your PartyIs It Really OverIt Was Waiting To HappenIt Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk AngelsIt's All Over (but The Crying)It's Gonna Take A Little Bit LongerIt's Such A Pretty World TodayIt's Written All Over Your FaceJ. J. SneedJambalaya (on The Bayou)Kisses On OccasionHe Will Set Your Fields On FireHelp Me Make It Through The NightHere Comes Santa ClausHey JoeHolding On To Nothin'Honky Tonk WaltzHow Great Thou ArtHundred Thousand Times
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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