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Sixteen TonsThe ScientistShelter Of My ArmsYou Ought To Hear Me CrySan AntonioWives And GirlfriendsCome On Up To The HouseSend Me A PictureSmoke! Smoke! Smoke! (that Cigarette)I Thought I Left YouUsed To HerFarther AlongThe Nearness Of YouWhat A Friend We Have In JesusI've Got A Lot Of Traveling To DoHard To Be An OutlawBand Of BrothersThe Git Go (with Jamey Johnson)The SongwritersThe WallBring It OnCold War With YouWhenever You Come AroundGuitar In The CornerCome On Back JesusThe HighwayEvery Time He Drinks He Thinks Of HerDeck The HallsThe Thrill Is GoneAfter The Fire Is GoneI'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A LetterSuperman (iTunes Originals Version)Beer For My HorsesDon't Fade AwayMama Tried (Live)If I Had My WayRainin' In My HeartOutskirts Of Town (Featuring Keb' Mo')Grandma's HandsGeorgia On My MindNo Place To FlyYou Were ItMarie (the Dawn Is Breaking)Dry LightningFrom Here To The Moon And BackTill The End Of The WorldShe Was No Good For MeSomewhere BetweenThat Just About Does ItYou Took My Happy AwayI'm Confessin' (that I Love You)Put Another Log On The Fire (male Chauvinist Natio )Rocks From Rolling StonesBack To EarthFour In The MorningI'm Movin' OnBlame It On The TimesScarlet RibbonsI Feel Sorry For HimPlease Don't Tell Me How The Story EndsHarbor LightsBoth Ends Of The CandleHonky Tonk WomenPride Wins AgainLost HighwayHark The Herald Angels SingI Can't Find The TimeSoft Rain(sittin' On) The Dock Of The BayPut Me On A Train Back To TexasLonely StreetStella BlueMedley:Exactly Like YouPhases And Stages (theme)walkin'
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