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Jimmy Brown The NewsboyLadder Of SuccessWhen I Fall In LoveMoonlight PromisesFinal StepCloudy With Occasional TearsYou Ain't Woman EnoughI Don't Wanna Play HouseHe'll Have To GoArms Of Your LoveHomebreakerKeep Baltimore BeautifulTogether AgainLittle ArrowsHow In The World Do You Kill A MemoryGonna Get Along Without You NowI Don't Care (just As Long As You Love Me)I Didn't Cry TodayI Can't Stay Mad At YouGypsy Joe And MeHe Doesn't Love Me AnymoreHe Says The Same Things To MeHead Over Heels In Love With YouHold Me TightI Can't See Me Without YouI Got YouI Love YouIt Only Hurts For A Little WhileIt Doesn't Matter AnymoreInvisible TearsIn The Misty MoonlightIn The Good Old Days (when Times Were Bad)If I Ever Get To Heaven (i Won't See You)I'm Your WomanI'm So Afraid Of Losing You AgainI Still Miss SomeoneI'll Never Love AnotherI Wouldn't Treat My DogI Won't Be Hanging AroundI Will Follow HimI Wanna Be Loved By YouIt's A Crazy WorldGoin' Down The Road Feelin' BadDaddy Sang BassCry Me A RiverCountry GirlChokin' KindCalifornia Uptight BandBroomstick CowboyBridge Over Troubled WaterBoth Sides NowBorn To Love YouBlueberry HillBefore The SunriseBefore I'm Over YouAsk MeAnother YouAngel Of The MorningDaddy Was An Old Time Preacher ManDear HeartGod Loves His ChildrenGive Me DeathFuel To The FlameFoggy Mountain TopFly Me To The Moon (in Other Words)Father's Table GraceFace Of A ClownUnder Your Spell AgainDream Baby (how Long Must I Dream)Down The RoadDown From DoverDon't Keep Me Lonely Too LongDixie Cup Of SandDidn't IDear John Letter
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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