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Sister's Coming Home - Down At The Corner Beer JointRun That By Me One More TimeWhere's The Show - Let Me Be A ManGoin' HomeRoll Me Up And Smoke Me When I DieJust BreatheEverything But YouIt Came Upon A Midnight ClearPrecious MemoriesAmerica The BeautifulOh What It Seemed To BeHe Was A Friend Of MineI Didn't Come Here (and I Ain't Leavin')SomethingThat's All There Is To This SongI'm Looking Over A Four-leaf CloverYou Made Me Live Love And DieLet Me Talk To YouWhat Do You Want Me To DoA Song For YouSlow Down Old WorldWashing The DishesPretty PaperWhy Do I Have To ChooseSweet Jennie LeeMessagePenny For Your ThoughtsMy Baby's GoneCold November WindHands On The WheelRight Or WrongWabash CannonballThe Warm Red WineOver You AgainHeaven And HellI'll Pick Up My Heart And Go HomeSuffering In SilenceMoonlight In VermontDarkness On The Face Of The EarthCrazy Old SoliderUntil It's Time For You To GoHeartaches Of A FoolCan I Sleep In Your ArmsPermanently LonelyPick Up The TempoOne In A RowNo Tomorrow In SightIt Could Be Said That WayI'd Trade All Of My Tomorrows (for Just One Yesterday)Working Man BluesAlabamHow Long Have You Been ThereHeart Of A ClownPins And NeedlesSentimental JourneyGood Timing ManSeptember SongShe's Out Of My LifeJust Walkin' Out The DoorWon't You Ride In My Little Red WagonThe Part Where I CrySpanish EyesLouisianaYou DecideFour WallsBlue ChristmasIt Should Be Easier NowWhy Are You Pickin' On MeBonaparte's RetreatStill Is Still Moving To MeI'm AliveSlow Movin' OutlawBlack RoseWe Had It AllGoin' Steady
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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