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Plenty Of Everything But YouI'm Just Here To Get My Baby Out Of JailGonna Find Me A BluebirdLife To GoLittle Ole Wine Drinker MeWound Time Can't EraseTragic RomanceWhere Could I Go But To The LordMisery Known As HeartacheLeonaKnoxville GirlKneel At The CrossJoy To The WorldJesus Hold My HandIt's Such A Pretty World TodayIt's Only Lonely MeIt's Not MeIf This House Could TalkIf Teardrops Were PenniesIf Heartaches Were WineI've Got To ChangeI'm So Lonesome I Could CryLet's Call It A DayLet's Turn Back The YearsMy SongMorals Of A ManMinute Men (are Turning In Their Graves)Me And You And A Dog Named BooMary Don't You WeepMansion On The HillMan Without A HomeMan Must Hide To CryMan Has CriedLovesick BluesLonesome In MeLives Like MineMother The Queen Of My HeartLittle Guy Called JoeLetter Edged In BlackI'm Gonna Find YouI'll Go Get The Tool BoxI Wish I Had A GirlDrinking And DrivingDon't Be AngryDifference Between Going And Really GoneCold Hard Facts Of LifeHere's To FrankBroken Heart A Wedding BandBorn That WayBlues Plus Booze (means I Lose)Blue FieldBlack SheepBig House On The CornerBig Busy WorldBest I Have (is Not Enough For You)Before I Met YouB. J. The D. J.Everybody But MeFarther AlongGreener PasturesI Washed My Hands In Muddy WaterI Threw Away The RoseI Pawned My Past TodayI Miss You Most In The Winter TimeI Heard That Lonesome WhistleI Could Have Gone RightI Can't Help It (if I'm Still In Love With You)I Can't Go On Living This WayHungry For LoveHow Many Lies Can I TellHelp Stamp Out LonelinessHave I Told You Lately That I Love YouHarm You've DoneHalf As MuchGrieving In My Heart
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Related Information for Stonewall Jackson Stone wall Jackson, born in Tabor City, North Carolina November 6, 1932, is an American country singer and musician who achieved his greatest fame during country's golden honky tonk era in the late 1950s and early 1960s. He was named after the famous general, Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, who was an ancestor.His most popular song was "Waterloo" in 1959. The song is a haunting and catchy tune that states that "Everybody has to meet his Waterloo," meaning their fat.. read more