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Once More With FeelingSlow DancingTo Make A Long Story Short (she's Gone)Home Is Where You're HappyAlways NowI'll Stay AroundStay Away From Lonely PlacesAs Time Goes ByIf It's Wrong To Love YouWhite ChristmasTill I Gain Control AgainKneel At The Feet Of JesusLast Thing On My MindFeed It A MemoryTougher Than LeatherIt's Not Supposed To Be That WayEverybody's Talkin'It Turns Me Inside OutMe And Bobby McgeeNo Reason To QuitYou Left Me A Long Long Time AgoCowboys Are Frequently Secretly Fond Of Each OtherI Don't CareThat Lucky Old SunStill Water Runs The DeepestThis Cold War With YouIsland In The SeaMy Life's Been A Pleasure (i Still Love You As I Did In Yesterday)Dark As A DungeonCherokee MaidenNot That I CareSweet MemoriesSince I Fell For YouWho Do I Know In DallasI Just Don't UnderstandBetter Left ForgottenLife Turned Her That WayGotta Walk AloneRidin' Down The CanyonFreight Train BoogieYou Always Hurt The One You LoveNobody Slides My FriendThey All Went To MexicoLittle Old Fashioned KarmaDown To Our Last GoodbyeGravediggerI Still Can't Believe You're GoneCryIf I Had YouSorry WillieI Don't Feel AnythingBlackjack County ChainGotta Serve SomebodyCongratulationsSound In Your MindCountry WillieSomething To Think AboutYou Wouldn't Cross The Street To Say GoodbyeOne For My Baby And One For The RoadFarther Down The LineRed Headed StrangerNo Love AroundI Don't Do WindowsJust One LoveWonderingJingle BellsSatan Your Kingdom Must Come DownYou Are My SunshineCrazyDo Right Woman Do Right ManLoving You Is EasierWorking Man BluesSeaman's BluesGo AwayI've Seen That Look On Me (a Thousand Times)
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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