Top Del Reeves Albums
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The Original UA Hits
The Original UA Hits
[2013]
I'm Gonna Sing My Songs for Jesus
I'm Gonna Sing My Songs for Jesus
[2007]
Son of the South (Re-recorded Version)
Son of the South (Re-recorded Version)
[2007]
Girl On the Billboard
Girl On the Billboard
[1991]
Santa's Boy
Santa's Boy
[1966]
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Destiny's Child Diesel On My Tail Sam's Place She Thinks I Still Care According To My Heart Ain't That Right All My Friends Are Gonna Be Strangers All Together Now Am I Losing You Another Pretty Country Song Anywhere U.s.a. At The Sight Of You Baby Ride Easy Be Glad Belles Of The Southern Bell Best Is Yet To Come Big Daddy Billy Bayou Bimbo Birds Eye View Blame It On My Do Wrong Bottle Let Me Down But I Do Chair That Rocked Us All Crazy Arms Dead And Gone Dime At A Time Don't Let Your Deal Go Down Down In The Boondocks Dozen Pairs Of Boots Engine Engine No.9 Everybody Wants To Sing A Goodtime Song Everybody's Got To Be Somewhere Eyes Don't Come Crying To Me Family Bible Giddy Up Go Girl On The Billboard Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad Got A Little Bit Of Heaven Grandma Was A Motor Great Great Day Green Green Grass Of Home He'll Have To Go Heartaches By The Number Help Me Make It Through The Night Her And The Car And The Mobile Home Here We Go Again Homemade Love Honky Tonk Man How Long Has It Been I Ain't Broke But I'm Badly Bent I Could Never Be Ashamed Of You I Don't Feel At Home In This House Anymore I Don't Have Sense Enough (to Come In Out Of The Pain) I Don't Love You Anymore I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know I Know One I Saw The Light I Threw Away The Rose I Want To Do Thy Will Oh Lord I Want Your Heart I Woke Up I Would Like To See You Again I'll Go Get The Tool Box I'm Not Through Loving You I've Got A Tiger By The Tail If You Want Me To I'll Go In A Mansion Stands My Love Indian Burial Ground Is It Really Over It's A Sin To Tell A Lie Just A Closer Walk With Thee King Of The Road Laughter Keeps Running Down My Cheeks Less Of Me Let Your Love Flow Listen To My Song Little Highball Lonely Christmas Call Long Black Veil Looking At The World Through A Windshield Love Bug Lover's Question Make The World Go Away Mama's Little Jewel Man Needs Woman Mexican Joe Motel Time Again My Baby Walks All Over Me My Half Of Our Past My Window Faces The South No Place To Go But Home Nothing Seems To Work Anymore Nothing To Write Home About Older The Violin The Sweeter The Music Ole Romeo On Sunday Afternoon On The Back Row On The Rebound One Bum Town One More Round Of Gin Our Way Of Life Paper Bunny Phantom 309 Philadelphia Fillies Plain As The Tears On My Face Private Puttin' In Overtime At Home Race Is On Right Back Loving You Again Satisfied Sidewalks Of Chicago Six Days On The Road So Much Got Lost Son Of The South Stand At Your Window Stranger In My Place Suspicious Minds Sweet Thang And Cisco Swinging Doors Take A Little Good Will Home Take Good Care Of Her Talking To The Wall Teardrops Will Kiss The Morning Dew There Ain't No Easy Run There Goes My Everything Things Her Memory Makes This Must Be The Bottom Those Railroad Tracks In Between Three Time Loser Three Years Late Travelin' Light Tree Of Hate Truck Drivin' Son Of A Gun Trucker's Paradise Under Your Spell Again Voyage Of Ole Chris Wait A Little Longer Please Jesus Walking On New Grass We're The Greatest Lovers In The World We've Got Same Feelings To Do When You Are Gone White Lightning Woman Don't Like A Good Man Women Do Funny Things To Me Wood Would You're The Happy Song I Sing One Day At A Time Wild Blood
Related Information for Del Reeves
Franklin Delano "Del" Reeves (July 14, 1932 – January 1, 2007) was a country music singer, best known for his "girl-watching" novelty-type songs of the 1960s. He became one of the most successful male country singers of the 1960s. Reeves was named after Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who had been nominated by the Democratic Party to be their presidential nominee just a few days before he was born.Del Reeves is probably best known for his fair share of 1960s hits. He proved that he could become a country singer in his own right and become successful, with songs such as "The Girl on the Billboard" and "The Belles of Southern Bell", both highlights from his career. He is also known for his 1968 trucke... read more