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I'll Be Alright (in The Morning)I'll Be YoursI'll Go On AloneI'm A Poor BoyI'm Gonna Change EverythingI'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A LetterI'm Not Sure (i Still Love You)I'm So In Love With YouI've Come To Say GoodbyeI've Got Five Dollars And It's Saturday NightIf I Ever Fall In Love (with A Honky-tonk Girl)If I Had YouIf That's The FashionIf You Ain't Lovin' (you Ain't Livin')In The Chapel In The MoonlightIn The Misty MoonlightIntroductory Speech Gentleman JimIs It Really OverIs She All You Thought She'd BeIs This MeIt All Depends On YouIt's A Great Life (if You Don't Weaken)It's Four In The MorningJust Like MeJust MarriedJust Out Of ReachLast LetterLast WaltzLeavin' And Sayin' GoodbyeLeft To Right Or Right To WrongLet Me Hear You Say I Love You (one More Time)Let Old Mother Nature Have Her WayLet's Pretend We're Lovers AgainLetters Have No ArmsLifetime Isn't Long EnoughLillies Grow HighLittle Green ApplesLive Fast Love Hard Die YoungLong Black VeilLong Time AgoLove Has Finally Come My WayLove LettersLove Letters In The SandMaking BelieveMama Sang A SongMexican JoeMissing You Was All I Did TodayMom And Dad's WaltzMoment Isn't Very LongMoments To RememberMountain Of LoveMy Darling My DarlingMy DreamsMy Friend On The RightNearness Of YouNo Letter TodayObject Of My AffectionOut Of My HeartP.s. I Love YouPainted Girls And WinePart Where I CryPen And PaperPickin' TimePlace For Girls Like YouPo' FolksRawhideRebel Johnny YumaRelease Me (and Let Me Love Again)Reverend Mr. BlackRhinestonesRiverboatRuby Don't Take Your Love To TownSan Antonio RoseSave The Last Dance For MeSaw Mill
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Related Information for Faron Young Faron Young (February 25, 1932, near Shreveport, Louisiana – December 10, 1996), was an American country music singer, predominantly in the honky tonk genre.Starting off singing at the local Optimist Club, Young was discovered by Webb Pierce, who brought him to star on the Louisiana Hayride radio program on KWKH in 1951.He was drafted into the Army in late 1952, just after he was signed to Capitol Records. Nicknamed "The Hillbilly Heartthrob" and "The Singing Sheriff,&quo.. read more