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Take Me To Your WorldKeep Me In MindLonely StreetIt's All OverThere's No Heart So StrongIf I Were A Little GirlWe Love To Sing About JesusStill AroundI'm Not Mine To GiveI Don't Wanna Play HouseMe And JesusSend Me No RosesWoman To WomanRun Angel RunYearning (to Kiss You)Ways To Love A ManTo Live On LoveWhen Jesus Takes His Children HomeYou Can't Hang On (to Lookin' On)Only ThingLonging To Hold You AgainWe Go TogetherThe Lovin' KindTake Me Home And Love MeWhen True Love Steps InThere Goes My EverythingMake Me Your Kind Of WomanYou And Me TogetherMy Arms Stay Open LateLovely Place To CrySally TrashOld Fashioned SingingLegend Of Bonnie And ClydeThe Wonders You PerfromYou'll Never Walk AloneThings I Love To DoThat's When I Feel ItIt's Been A Beautiful Life (loving You)Let's Get Together (one Last Time)Walk Through This World With MeWhere Could You Go (but To Her)Singing My SongJust As Soon As I Get Over Loving YouMarriage On The RocksNear YouThere's Power In Our LoveTwo Story HouseMy Elusive DreamsHe'll Never Take The Place Of YouReach Out Your Hand (and Touch Somebody)One Final StandI Wish I Had A Mommy Like YouFunny FaceListen SpotThere's No Use Hanging OnHey Good Lookin'Lovin' You Is Worth ItI'll Share My World With YouI've LearnedPlayin' Around With LoveLet's All Go Down To The RiverLet's Build A World TogetherIt Came Upon A Midnight ClearOne Happy ChristmasNever Grow ColdJust Someone I Used To KnowThe CeremonyIt's So SweetI KnowHe's Got The Whole World In His HandsIt Keeps Slipping My MindTonight My Baby's Coming HomeSomething StupidIf This Is Our Last TimeIt Is No Secret (what God Can Do)
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Related Information for Tammy Wynette Tammy Wynette (May 5, 1942 – April 6, 1998) was an American country singer and songwriter. She was known as the "First Lady of Country Music" and one of her best-known songs was "Stand by Your Man," which was one of the biggest selling hit singles by a woman in the history of the music genre. Tammy Wynette was born Virginia Wynette Pugh near Tremont, Mississippi, the only child of William Hollis Pugh (died February 13, 1943) and Mildred Faye Russell (1922–19.. read more