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Thy Burdens Are Greater Than MineLet Me Walk Lord By Your SideCamping In Canaan's LandI'm Better Off Now That You're GoneI'm Lonesome Without YouI'm Lost And I'll Never Find The WayIf I LoseIf That's The Way You FeelIn DespairI'll Remember You Love In My PrayersI'll Never Grow Tired Of YouI Am Weary Let Me RestI Don't Want Your Ramblin LettersI Hear A Choo ChooI Just Got WiseI Just Think I'll Go AwayI Love No One But YouI Only ExistI'll Meet You In Church Sunday MorningIt's Never Too Late To Start OverIt's Raining Here This MorningJacob's LadderLong Journey HomeThe Lonesome RiverLonesome NightLonely TombsLittle MaggieLittle Glass Of WineLittle BennyLife Of SorrowLet's Part The Best Of FriendsLet's Go To The FairLet Us Be Lover's AgainLet Me Be Your FriendKneel At The CrossKeep A MemoryKaty DaleyJordanI Am The Man, ThomasHow Mountain Girls Can LoveChildren Go Where I Send TheeCheap Love AffairBright Morning StarsBrand New Tennessee WaltzBound To RideBootleg JohnBeautiful Star Of BethlehemBaby GirlAre You Afraid To DieAnother NightAngel BandAll The Love I Had Is GoneAll I Ever Loved Was YouA Vision Of MotherA Man Of Constant SorrowA Few More YearsCotton Eyed JoeCould You Love Me One More TimeCry From The CrossHome Far AwayHills Of Roane CountyHey! Hey! Hey!Hemlocks And PrimrosesHave You Someone (in Heaven Waiting)Harbor Of LoveHandsome MollyGreen PasturesGathering Flowers For The Master's BouquetThe Fields Have Turned BrownEast Virginia BluesDrunkard's HellDon't Cheat In Our Home TownDeath Is Only A DreamDarkest Hour Is Just Before Dawn, TheDaniel Prayed
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Related Information for Stanley Brothers The Stanley Brothers (Carter Stanley, 1925-1966, and Ralph Stanley, born 1927) were an American bluegrass duo originally hailing from Dickenson County, Virginia. The family soon moved to McClure, Virginia, where their parents worked a small farm in the Clinch Mountains. Music was a part of their lives from the word go, as they were able to listen to the likes of The Monroe Brothers, Mainer's Mountaineers, and other artists featured on the Grand Ole Opry radio program.The War interrup.. read more