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Sometimes You Just Can't WinIf I Never Love Again (it'll Be Too Soon)In The Sweet By And ByJust Between The Two Of UsHalf A MindI'm DynamiteIt Just Looks That WayWhat Makes Me TickBartenderRhinestone CowboySweet ThangI Really Don't Want To KnowWe'll Never ChangeBig Sister Little SisterSecret LoveLove's Been Here And GoneSaint To A SinnerTodayLegend In My MindDevil Gets His DuesRed White And BlueDear Uncle SamYou Didn't Like My Lovin'Back To The CountrySome Kind Of A WomanToday I Started Loving You AgainI'll Never Get Tired (of Saying I Love You)Love Was Right Here All The TimeBefore Your TimeI Wanna Be FreeLet's Stop Right Where We AreGet Some Loving DoneCountry In My GenesTen Little ReasonsHundred Proof HeartacheMr. And Mrs. Used To BeToday Has Been A DayWound Time Can't EraseI'm All He's Got (but He's Got All Of Me)To Heck With Ole Santa ClausShe's About A MoverWon't You Come Home And Talk To A StrangerRising Above It AllPlace To Hide And CryI've Got Texas In My HeartNever Ending Song Of LoveYour Squaw Is On The WarpathTwo Mules Pull This WagonI Don't Believe I'll Fall In Love TodayHe's All I GotWhere Were YouGirl That I Am NowEnd Of The WorldI'm So Used To Loving YouUnclouded DayThe Shoe Goes On The Other FootSomebody Led Me AwayPrecious MemoriesA Man I Hardly KnowWhispering SeaWhen I Hear My Children PrayOld Time ReligionI Gave EverythingTwo Steps ForwardTen Thousand AngelsSomeone Before MeIf Loneliness Can Kill MeIt All Falls DownI Feel Like Traveling OnOther WomanGod's CountryNo One Will Ever KnowI Can't See Me Without YouWho Says God Is DeadYou're The Only Good Thing
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Related Information for Loretta Lynn Loretta Lynn (born April 14, 1935 in Butcher Hollow,Van Lear, Kentucky) is an American country singer who was the leading country female vocalist during much of the 1960's and 1970's. In the 1970's she became one of the most famous women in all of America and frequently made "most admired women" polls alongside first ladies and world leaders.According to Songfacts, Loretta Lynn's superstar Country career started in 1960 when she recorded " I'.. read more