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AfraidSad Songs And WaltzesI Just Can't Let You Say GoodbyeI'd Rather You Didn't Love MeYou Don't Know MeLovin' LiesYou Just Can't Play A Sad Song On A BanjoI Walk AloneYou've Seen That Look On Me A Thousand TimesNatural To Be GoneDon't Be Ashamed Of Your AgeThe TroublemakerMidnight RiderWhat Was It You WantedHave I Told You Lately That I Love YouI'm A Worried ManLast LetterSomewhere In Texas Part 1Eight More Miles To LouisvilleHusbands And WivesI Never Cared For YouPressure DropSlowlyI've Just Destroyed The WorldSan Antonio RoseMy Kind Of GirlWay You See MeWhen A House Is Not A HomeYesterday's WineThat's Why I Love Her SoOn The Sunny Side Of The StreetHere Comes Santa ClausThere Is No Easy Way (but There Is A Way)Make Way For A Better ManUnchained MelodyMost Unoriginal SinDevil In A Sleepin' BagSome Enchanted EveningFire And RainBig BootyWhat A Wonderful WorldCome Rain Or Come ShineSummer Of RosesBubbles In My BeerPlease Come To BostonSweet DreamsShe's Still GoneLast Thing I Needed First Thing This MorningHalf A ManO Little Town Of BethlehemYou RemainStaring Each Other DownThere'll Be No Teardrops TonightSitting In LimboColumbus Stockade BluesAngel EyesSome Other WorldAmazing GraceI Can Cry AgainDreams Come TrueLoving You Is EasierMoonlight Becomes YouOne For My Baby And One For The RoadHeartaches By The NumberYou Wouldn't Cross The Street To Say GoodbyeCountry WillieSound In Your MindCongratulationsBlackjack County ChainI Don't Feel AnythingFarther Down The LineRed Headed StrangerDo Right Woman Do Right ManCrazyYou Are My Sunshine
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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