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It's Not For Me To UnderstandRoll Me Up And Smoke Me When I DieFunny How Time Slips AwayOn The Road AgainUncloudy DayI Can See Clearly NowHeart Of GoldI'm My Own GrandpaI Gotta Get DrunkLast Thing I Needed First Thing This MorningPlease Don't Tell Me How The Story EndsThe Great DivideCan I Sleep In Your ArmsI Love You A Thousand WaysSlow DancingBack Street AffairAlways On My MindA Fool Such As II'm Gonna Lose A Lot Of TeardropsBrand On My HeartLonely Little MansionIt Wouldn't Be The Same Without YouWonderful FutureWhen I Was Young And Grandma Wasn't OldRemember The Good TimesSomeday (you'll Want Me To Want You)Sister's Coming Home - Down At The Corner Beer JointRun That By Me One More TimeWhere's The Show - Let Me Be A ManGoin' HomeI'm Looking Over A Four-leaf CloverBlue HotelForever And Ever AmenDead FlowersI'm Looking For Blue EyesAin't Nobody's BusinessHallelujahBecause Of YouDon't Go To StrangersI'll Fly AwayCrazy ArmsI Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None O' This Jelly RollLondonLuckenbach TexasLookin' For A FeelingGold Dust WomanDrivin' Nails In My CoffinDown In The EvergladesLet's PretendAin't Necessarily SoBe There For YouA Horse Called MusicBasin Street BluesHighwaymanPhases And Stages (theme)walkin'I Don't Hurt AnymoreLast Stand In Open CountryNight WatchDeep WaterIf I Can Find A Clean ShirtI Gotta Have My Baby BackNo Place But TexasPlayin' Dominoes And Shootin' DiceOld Age And TreacheryHow Do You Feel About Foolin' AroundIs The Better Part OverO'er The WavesChanging SkiesI'll Be ThereShall We GatherSongbirdIf I Were A PaintingDon't Get Around Much AnymoreGolden RocketI Can't Begin To Tell You
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Related Information for Willie Nelson Willie Hugh Nelson (born April 30, 1933) is an American country singer, author, poet, actor and activist, originally from Abbott, Texas. He reached his greatest fame during the outlaw country movement of the 1970s, but remains iconic, especially in American popular culture.Nelson was born and raised in Abbott, Texas, the son of Myrle and Ira D. Nelson, who was a mechanic and pool hall owner. His grandparents William Alfred Nelson and Nancy Elizabeth Smothers gave him mail-order music lessons sta.. read more