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Spell Of The Freight TrainShe Loves Me The Way That I Love YouSeven Years With A Wonderful WomanSearching For The Morning SunRoll On MississippiRight To Do WrongPut Back My Ring On Your HandPretty House For SalePoor Boy Like MePlay Guitar PlayPlace For The LonesomePirogue JoeOne TimeOne On OneShe Made Me GoShe's As Close As I Can Get To Loving YouSpecialSomeone Loves You HoneySomeone I Can't ForgetSomeday You WillSnakes Crawl At NightSix Days On The RoadSingin' A Song About LoveShutters And BoardsShoulder To Cry OnShelter Of Your EyesShe's Too Good To Be TrueShe's That KindShe's Still Got A Hold On YouOne Of These DaysOne Mile MoreOnce AgainMore And MoreMoanin' The BluesMississippi Cotton Pickin' Delta TownMissin' YouMind Your Own BusinessMiller's CaveMem'riesMe And Bobby McgeeMary Go RoundMansion On The HillMan I Used To BeMama Don't Cry For MeLovin' Understandin' ManMore To MeMy Love Is Deep My Love Is WideOn The SouthboundOld PhotographsOklahoma MorningNow I Can Live AgainNow And ThenNothing's Prettier Than Rose IsNothin' Left But Leavin'North WindNo One Could Ever Take Me From YouNight GamesNever More Than INever Been So Loved (in All Of My Life)My Son Calls Another Man DaddyLovesick BluesStreets Of GoldIt's Just A Matter Of Making Up My MindYou're So Good When You're BadYou're My JamaicaYou'll Still Be The OneYou Win AgainYou Were All The Good In MeYou Snap Your Fingers (and I'm Back In Your Hands)You Never Did Give Up On MeYou Almost Slipped My MindYonder Comes A SuckerWonder Could I Live There AnymoreWings Of A DoveWhy Don't You Love Me
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Related Information for Charley Pride Becoming a trailblazing Country Music superstar was an improbable destiny for Charley Pride (born March 18, 1938), especially considering his humble beginnings as a sharecropper’s son on a cotton farm in Sledge, Mississippi. His unique journey to the top of the music charts includes a tumultuous detour through the world of Negro league, minor league and semi-pro baseball as well as many long years of labor alongside the vulcanic fires of a smelter. But in the end, with boldness, perse.. read more