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Loving YouWell It's All RightGod WillDid You Let Your Light ShineListen To The BandLookin' For A WayLove Takes Care Of MeLovin' On BackstreetsMan That I AmLetter To ShirleyLet It Be MeI'm Gonna Act RightIf God Is Dead (who's This Living For My Soul)In The GhettoIn The Year 2525 (exordius And Terminus)Is It Any Wonder That I Love YouIt's Impossible (somos Novios)Joe And Mabel's 12th Street Bar And GrillLast One To Touch MeMy Can Do Can't Keep Up With My Want ToNow Lonely Is Only A WordSunday Morning Coming DownStand Beside MeSon Of Hickory Holler's TrampSon Of A BumSomething PrettySock It To Me Country StyleShe's All I GotShe Wakes Me With A Kiss Every MorningShe Thinks I Still CareRuby Don't Take Your Love To TownRoll Over BeethovenRings Of GoldRaining In My HeartPlastic SaddleOnly A Woman Like YouOne Mile MoreNow Lord What Can I Do For YouI'll Share My World With YouI Used It All On YouI Never Once Stopped Loving YouEven The Bad Times Are GoodEasy Lovin'Dreams Of The Everyday HousewifeDon't You Ever Get Tired (of Hurtin' Me)Don't Pay The RansomDelta DawnDaddy Sang BassCut Across ShortyCrystal ChandeliersCrumbs From The TableCarolynBy The Time I Get To PhoenixBefore I Found The WineBad Moon RisingBaby Don't Get Hooked On MeAlways Late (with Your Kisses)Folsom Prison BluesForgive Me For Calling You DarlingI Got YouHow Much More Can She StandHouse Of The Rising SunHound DogHere I Go AgainHelp Me Make It Through The NightHello Darlin'He's Got The Whole World In His HandsHe Turned The Water Into WineHarper Valley P.t.a.Half The LoveGot It Comin' DayGood Time Charlie's Got The BluesGood Hearted WomanGentle On My MindGardener For Her Roses
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Related Information for Nat Stuckey Nathan Stuckey (December 17, 1933, Cass County, Texas – August 24, 1988) was an American country singer. He recorded for various labels between 1966 and 1978, charting in the top 10 of Hot Country Songs with "Sweet Thang", "Plastic Saddle", "Sweet Thang and Cisco" and "Take Time to Love Her".Raised in Atlanta, Texas, in Cass County, Nat Stuckey attended Arlington State College, where he earned a radio and television degree. Nat established himself.. read more