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Blues In My HeartHurtin's All OverStand By Your ManJust Call Me LonesomeCool LoveSince I Met You BabyYou Won't Forget (about Me)Man We Had A PartySwinging DoorsRelease Me (and Let Me Love Again)My Big Iron SkilletWoman Lives For LoveI Wouldn't Want You Any Other WayWe'll Sing In The SunshineWhen The Saints Go Marching InLook Out HeartI Don't Care If The Sun Don't ShineJust Between You And MeThis Gun Don't CareWishing WellI Go To The RockIf I Cried Every Time You Hurt MeYakety YakIt'll Take AwhileIf I Had A HammerMy First Day Without YouIt Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk AngelsI Forgot To Remember To Forget HimI'd Rather Have A Broken HeartI've Got A Tiger By The TailToo MuchLet My Love Walk InHe Was There All The TimeLove Of The Common PeopleRaining In My HeartWhen I Was A Young GirlMystery TrainOne Day At A TimeStop The WorldI'm The Queen Of My Lonely Little WorldWhole Lotta Shakin' Goin' OnTweedle DeeI Fall To PiecesMay You Never Be AloneHere We Are AgainI Still Belong To YouPut Your Hand In The HandIt's Only Make BelieveTry A Little KindnessTuck Away My Lonesome BluesWorried MindI Cried AgainI Don't Know How To Tell HimTry Me One More TimeI'd Fight The WorldMy Baby Left MeLong Tall SallyLet's Have A PartyWeary Blues From Waitin'There's A New Moon Over My ShoulderMemory MakerMy Heart Gets All The BreaksTwo Separate BarstoolsYour Memory Comes And Gets MeTrying To Get To YouI've Gotta SingLong Legged Guitar Pickin' ManJesus Is The Best Thing That Ever Happened To MeThe King Is ComingLovesick BluesLittle Things Mean A LotLost WeekendThings I Might Have BeenLearning To LeanMemphis Tennessee
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Related Information for Wanda Jackson Wanda Jackson (born Wanda Lavonne Jackson, October 20, 1937 in Maud, Oklahoma) is an American rock and roll singer. Having made her debut recordings at the age of nineteen, she became one of the first popular female rock and roll singers in history and as a result, a pioneering and influential figure in female musicianship. She is known as the "Queen (or First Lady) of Rockabilly."Jackson was still in high school when country singer Hank Thompson heard her sing on an Oklahoma Ci.. read more