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How Great Thou ArtHow Much Lonelier Can Lonely BeHow Sweet It IsHurt Goes OnHurtin's All OverI Can Stand ItI Can Turn Your World AroundI Can't Get Used To Being LonelyI Can't RememberI Don't Have Anyplace To GoI Don't Know Why I Keep Loving YouI Don't Love You AnymoreI Don't Want To Be With MeI Got YouI Know You're Going AwayI Love Charlie BrownI Love You DropsI Never Once Stopped Loving YouI Overlooked An Orchid (while Searching For A Rose)I Saw A ManI Thought Of YouI WillI'd Rather Be A FoolI'd Still Want To Serve Him TodayI'll Be There (if You Ever Want Me)I'll Come RunningI'll Fly AwayI'll Love You Enough (for Both Of Us)I'll Never Get Over Loving YouI'll Share My World With YouI'm All Wrapped Up In You (writer Don Gibson)I'm Ashamed Of YouI'm Gonna SingI'm Little But I'm LoudI'm So Used To Loving YouI'm Your WomanIf God Is Dead (who's This Living For My Soul)If I Could Just Get Over YouIf I Talk To HimIf It Ain't Love (let's Leave It Alone)If It Ain't Strong EnoughIf My Heart Had WindowsIf The Whole World Stopped Lovin'If We Want Love To LastIf You Were Mine To LoseIf You Won't Tell On MeIn Case You Ever Change Your MindIn The GardenInvisible TearsIt Comes And GoesIt Only Hurts For A Little WhileIt'll Be EasyIt's Gonna Rain TodayIt's Just My LuckIt's Not The End Of EverythingIt's Now Or NeverIt's Such A Pretty World TodayJesus Take A HoldJoy To The WorldJust A Closer Walk With TheeJust A Little Sunshine In The RainJust For What I AmJust Let Me KnowJust One TimeKeep On Holding To Those Nail Scarred HandsLast LetterLaying On The HandsLet It Be MeLet Me Help You Work It OutLittle Drummer BoyLittle ThingsLiving Without You (is Too Much To Live With)Lonely WomanLong Black LimousineLouisiana Man
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Related Information for Connie Smith Connie Smith (born Constance June Meador 14 August 1941, in Elkhart, Indiana) is an American country music singer. She is best known for her 1964 hit song "Once a Day", which spent 8 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's Country music charts, the longest of any female country music artist in history. This was Smith's only single to reach the No. 1 spot on the Billboard charts.In less than a year, Connie Smith moved from being a small-town Ohio housewife to country stard.. read more