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I'll Hold You In My HeartIt's Been So Long DarlingI'll Be Home For ChristmasFaithless LoveDream Sweet Dreams About MeDon't Pull Your Love - Then You Can Tell Me GoodbyeLast Time I Saw HerOne Pair Of HandsShe Thinks I Still CareMy Cricket And MeBridge Over Troubled WaterI'll Paint You A SongDream Baby (how Long Must I Dream)Just This One TimeI Hang My Head And CryAnd The World Keeps SpinningOh Happy DayMy WayLovesick BluesBe Honest With MeHow High Did We GoHere We Go AgainThis Savior I Sing Of TodayHave I Stayed Away Too LongFreeborn ManFaithMy GirlLegend Of Bonnie And ClydeLet It Be MeThe Moon's A Harsh MistressHow Do I Tell My Heart Not To BreakCount On MeHomeward BoundLast LetterPlease Come To BostonHelp Me Make It Through The NightThe Greatest Gift Of AllI Love How You Love MeI'll Be Lucky SomedayHalf As MuchYou Don't Have To Say You Love MeLet Me Be A Little KinderBreak My MindAll The WayJust To Satisfy YouI Want To Be With You AlwaysGuide MeLove Is A Lonesome RiverManhattan KansasI Don't Believe YouIf You Could Read My MindBack In The RaceMy Baby's GoneWhat A Wonderful WorldEarly Morning SongWithout YouThe Straight LifeHe's Got The Whole World In His HandsCold December In Your HeartAll My TomorrowsLet It SnowI Love My TruckTake These Chains From My HeartMac Arthur ParkFor Cryin' Out LoudTurn Around Look At MePencils For SaleCold Cold HeartHe Ain't Heavy He's My BrotherSummer Winter Spring And FallToo Late To Worry Too Blue To CryThat's Not HomeTake Me BackPave Your Way Into TomorrowOld Toy Trains
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Related Information for Glen Campbell Glen Campbell (April 22, 1936 in Delight, Arkansas) is an American pop-country singer and guitarist, best known for a series of hits in the 1960s and 1970s, as well as for hosting a television variety show. Much like George Benson in the jazz world, Campbell's emerging vocal abilities eventually overshadowed his much-admired musical skills as a guitarist and changed the expected course of his career.Before starting a solo career in 1962, Campbell was known as an accomplished guitari.. read more