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GoodDixieland You Will Never DieJust Keep It Up And See What HappensHere I Go AgainMr. MistletoeIf The Creek Don't RiseMillion Shades Of BlueAll You Add Is LovePlease Don't Tell Me How The Story EndsPick Of The WeekRudolph The Red Nosed ReindeerFlying MachineIt Don't Do No Good To Be A Good GirlIt Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk AngelsCome On HomeMama SpankHelp Me Make It Through The NightI'm Not LisaYou Mean The World To MeYour Sweet Love Lifted MeIt's Only Lonely MeOkie From MuskogeeMr. Walker It's All OverI Saw Mommy Kissing Santa ClausWhere's The Playground BobbyI'm Gonna Write A SongAuctioneerI Wish I Was A Little Boy AgainTake Me Home Country RoadsSpirit Of ChristmasCountry GirlDon't Wish Me Merry ChristmasI Used To Know All Those ThingsYou Don't Have To Say You Love Me (Re-Recorded)Silver Threads & Golden Needles (Re-Recorded)Love Of The Common PeopleTalking In Your SleepWhat A Man My Man Is (Live)A Hundred Times TodayA Penny For Your ThoughtsKeep Me In Mind (Single Version)Two Roll Of Scotch TapePaper MansionsThe Ways To Love A ManCould I Have This DanceNo Another TimeLove Me Love MeI Might As Well Be Here AloneI Fall To PiecesStay There Till I Get There (Single Version)Desperado (Re-Recorded)Danny's SongHeartbreak HotelRodeo CowboyThat's A No NoCryingThe Devil Went Down To GeorgiaLie A LittleSing Me A Sad SongListen To A Country SongSnowbirdIf I Kiss You (will You Go Away)How Can I Unlove YouWorst Is Yet To ComeI've Been EverywhereStand By Your ManFaithless LoveRocky TopRide Ride RideFlattery Will Get You EverywhereParadiseI've Never Loved Anyone MoreFor The Good TimesYou're My ManTop Of The World
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Related Information for Lynn Anderson Lynn Rene Anderson (September 26, 1947 – July 30, 2015) was a multi-award-winning American country music singer known for a string of hits throughout the 1970s and 1980s, most notably her 1970 country-pop, worldwide megahit "(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden". Anderson's crossover appeal and regular exposure on national television helped her to become one of the most popular and successful country singers of the 1970s.Anderson charted 12 No. 1, 18 Top 10, and more than 50 Top.. read more