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I Won't Have To Cross Jordan AloneJacksonClosest Thing To Love (i've Ever Seen)AnymoreFire And RainDon't Worry 'bout MeI Ain't A Talkin'All I Ever Wanted Was LoveHe Called Me BabyStanding In The ShadowsSweet DreamsYou Don't Have To Be A Baby To CryThey Listened While You Said GoodbyeYour Cheatin' HeartTell Tommy I Miss HimHe'll Have To StayHave I Told You Lately That I Love YouNo, NeverLonely BridgeLove Takes A Lot Of My TimeLet Those Brown Eyes Smile At MeHow Beautiful Heaven Must BeI Can't Seem To Say GoodbyeMoonlight PromisesHe'll Have To GoI Ain't NeverHello Darlin'He Wakes Me With A Kiss Every MorningGonna Find Me A BluebirdGuess My Eyes Were Bigger Than My HeartI'm Going Steady With A HertacheHopelessly Devoted To YouHave You Seen This ManI'm So Lonesome I Could CryLadder Of SuccessDon't Let It Happen To UsAbove And BeyondAngel BandHalf A MindI'll Be ThereMy Heart Skips A BeatI Can't Believe That It's All OverHeartbeatMy Shoes Keep Walking Back To YouAmazing GraceChained To A MemoryJust One TimeCrying TimeGood Love Is Like A Good SongKeep Your Hands Off My BabyBefore I Met YouI Look UpIt Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk AngelsGirl Who'll Satisfy Her ManIf You Could Read My MindI'm A Lover Not A FighterMine Is A Lonely LifeI'm Looking For A WorldHold Me TightHead Over Heels In Love With YouHe Says The Same Things To MeHe Doesn't Love Me AnymoreGypsy Joe And MeGonna Get Along Without You NowGoin' Down The Road Feelin' BadGod Loves His ChildrenGive Me DeathFuel To The FlameFoggy Mountain TopFly Me To The Moon (in Other Words)Father's Table GraceFace Of A ClownHomebreakerHow In The World Do You Kill A MemoryI'm Living In Two Worlds
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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