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War PaintStanding TallGonna Leave The Light OnWe Both WalkHarper Valley PtaI Can Buy My Own RosesDon't Stop In My World (If You Don't Mean To Stay)Strong Enough To CryBest Woman Wins (lorrie Morgan With Dolly Parton)Where Does That Leave MeHand Over Your HeartReading My HeartBetween Midnight And TomorrowEvening Up The OddsAnother Winter Without YouCrying TimeOne Less MonkeyOne Of Those Nights TonightThe Color Of RosesHelp Me Make It Through The Night (Bonus Studio Track)Charlie And BettyDiamonds From A Willow TreeMy Night To HowlShow Me HowI Can Count On YouDo You Still Wanna Buy Me That Drink (Frank)Good Morning HeartacheAutumn's Not That ColdCrazy From The HeatTears On My PillowTell Me I'm Only DreamingThe Things We DoIn TearsHere I Go AgainSomeone To Call Me DarlingIn For RainI've Enjoyed As Much Of This As I Can StandI Guess You Had To Be ThereIf I Didn't Love YouThe Only Thing That Looks Good On Me Is YouSay The Part About I Love YouIt's Too Late To Love Me NowFrom Our House To YoursYou Leave Me Like ThisHe Drinks Tequila (lorrie Morgan With Sammy Kershaw)I'm Not That Easy To ForgetBe My ReasonMaking Love For The First TimeI Can't Think Of Anything But YouMaybe Not Tonight (lorrie Morgan With Sammy Kershaw)I'll Take The MemoriesA Good Year For The Roses (lorrie Morgan With Sammy Kershaw)Never Been Good At Letting GoYou'd Think He'd Know Me BetterAin't Got Time To Rock No BabyGreater NeedA Picture Of Me (without You)Will You Love Me TomorrowYou Can't Take ThatWatch MeMirror MirrorAngelAnother Lonely SongIt's A HeartacheI Just Might BeSomething In Red1-800 Use To BeSoldier Of LoveShakin' Things UpIn A Perfect WorldBack Among The LivingBack In Your Arms AgainDear MeExcept For MondayFinishing Touch
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Related Information for Lorrie Morgan Loretta Lynn "Lorrie" Morgan (born on June 27, 1959 in Nashville, Tennessee) is an American country music singer.The daughter of singer George Morgan, she made her first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry at age thirteen, performing Marie Osmond's "Paper Roses." Her father died when she was sixteen.When her father died in 1975, she took over his band and began leading the group through various club gigs. Within a few years she disbanded the group, and in 1977 she went on t.. read more