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Can't Get Used To Losing YouThe End Of The WorldHe Loved Me Too LittleLove Love LoveI Don't Wanna Play HouseLittle Bitty TearOh BoyHillbilly SongHe Left His Heart With MeI Forgot More Than You'll Ever KnowIn The SummertimeI Can Stand ItI'll Meet You In The MorningCrazy ArmsI Say A Little PrayerHelp Me Make It Through The NightChained To A MemoryAmazing GraceI Walk The LineArms Of Your LoveBobby Blows A Blue NoteI Need You All The TimeMine Is A Lonely LifeOptimisticDon't Let Me Cross OverJust As Soon As I Get Over Loving YouLet's Get TogetherLoving Him Was EasierLittle Things Got BigMaking BelieveI'll Be ThereUnder Your Spell AgainI Really Don't Want To KnowHeaven Help MeHand In Hand With JesusBlue Kentucky GirlInstinct For SurvivalLittle ArrowsA Place In The CountryGivin' Out Of Giving InIt's Different NowChild Of The KingHands You're Holding NowIt Really Doesn't Matter At AllMy Coloring BookCloudy With Occasional TearsYour Husband My WifeYou've Still Got A Place In My HeartYou Taught Me Everything That I KnowBorn To Love YouYou Mean The World To MeYou Ain't Woman EnoughWindmills Of Your MindWhy So LonelyAsk MeWhere I Ought To BeWell All RightWhat Does It Take (to Keep A Man Like You Satisfied)What I Go Thru (to Keep Holding On To You)When I Fall In LoveChokin' KindMama Your Big Girl's 'bout To CryAll I Ever Wanted Was LoveHow Long Has It BeenFinal StepFly Me To The Moon (in Other Words)Color Of The BluesJust When I Needed YouI Can't Help It (if I'm Still In Love With You)I Still Belong To YouBut You Know I Love YouI'm Saving My LoveDown From DoverBus Fare To KentuckyLost To A Geisha Girl
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Related Information for Skeeter Davis Mary Frances "Skeeter" Davis (December 30, 1931 – September 19, 2004) was a country music singer and a member of the Grand Ole Opry radio show for more than 40 years. She was best known for her hit song "The End of the World" (1963), one of the most popular American records of the 1960's. One of the first women to achieve major stardom in the country music field as a solo vocalist, she was an acknowledged influence on Tammy Wynette and Dolly Parton.Mary Frances Penick.. read more