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You've Still Got A Place In My HeartYour Husband My WifeCloudy With Occasional TearsMy Coloring BookMama Your Big Girl's 'bout To CryLost To A Geisha GirlIt Really Doesn't Matter At AllDevil's DollIt Was Only A HeartI'm Saving My LoveBut You Know I Love YouIn The SummertimeI Still Belong To YouI Can't Help It (if I'm Still In Love With You)Just When I Needed YouColor Of The BluesFinal StepCan't Get Used To Losing YouHow Long Has It BeenHands You're Holding NowChild Of The KingI Forgot More Than You'll Ever KnowI Walk The LineHelp Me Make It Through The NightI Say A Little PrayerCrazy ArmsI'll Meet You In The MorningI Can Stand ItHe Loved Me Too LittleLittle Bitty TearHillbilly SongHe Left His Heart With MeArms Of Your LoveBobby Blows A Blue NoteI Need You All The TimeI Really Don't Want To KnowHeaven Help MeHand In Hand With JesusBlue Kentucky GirlInstinct For SurvivalGivin' Out Of Giving InIt's Different NowMaking BelieveLittle Things Got BigLoving Him Was EasierLet's Get TogetherJust As Soon As I Get Over Loving YouDon't Let Me Cross OverOptimisticMine Is A Lonely LifeI'll Be ThereHalf A MindAngel BandAbove And BeyondDon't Let It Happen To UsLadder Of SuccessI'm So Lonesome I Could CryHave You Seen This ManHopelessly Devoted To YouI'm Going Steady With A HertacheGuess My Eyes Were Bigger Than My HeartGonna Find Me A BluebirdHe Wakes Me With A Kiss Every MorningHello Darlin'My Heart Skips A BeatI'm A Lover Not A FighterIf You Could Read My MindGirl Who'll Satisfy Her ManIt Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk AngelsI Look UpBefore I Met YouKeep Your Hands Off My BabyCrying TimeChained To A MemoryAmazing Grace
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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