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How Long Will It Take (to Stop Loving You)Is It Only That You're LonelyIt Meant Goodbye To Me (when She Said Hello To HimLonely HeartRunning Into MemoriesI Was Coming Home To YouStrangerLove Looks Good On YouMidnight Turning Day Blues (blue Yodel No.6)It's BadI'm Not The Man I Supposed To BeRelease Me (and Let Me Love Again)If You've Got The Money I've Got The TimeThe Long Black VeilTreasure UntoldRun 'em OffThere's No Food In This HouseYou Want Everything But MeLittle UnfairIf You're Ever Lonely DarlingSick Sober And SorrySilenceMy Baby's Just Like MoneyWhen It Rains The BluesIf You Can Spare The TimeMy Lovin' Gal Lucille (blue Yodel No.2)Preparations To Be BlueI Don't Trust You AnymoreI Can TellConfusedWhat Good Did You Get Out Of Breaking My HeartWhy Should I Be LonelyI Love You MostlyNobody Knows But MeSigned Sealed And DeliveredIf She Just Helps Me Get Over YouLullaby YodelAlways LateRailroad LadyMy Bucket's Got A Hole In ItTreat Her RightLook What Thoughts Will DoI Never Go Around MirrorsThat's The Way Love GoesJames RiverIf I Had Half The SenseTravelin' BluesMom And Dad's WaltzWoman Let Me Sing You A SongForever (and Always)I Want To Be With You AlwaysSaginaw, MichiganI'm Not That Good At GoodbyeThe Waltz Of The AngelsGive Me More More More (of Your Kisses)She's Gone Gone GoneBrakeman's BluesWatermelon Time In GeorgiaThat's All I Can RememberDon't Let Her See Me CryI'm An Old Old Man (tryin' To Live While I Can)My Rough And Rowdy WaysI Buy The WineLucky ArmsI Can't Get Over You To Save My LifeShe Found The KeyThrough The Eyes Of A FoolDon't Stay Away (till Love Grows Cold)My Old PalCigarettes And Coffee BluesI Love You A Thousand Ways
Related Information for Lefty Frizzell William Orville 'Lefty' Frizzell (March 31, 1928 – July 19, 1975) was an American country music singer-songwriter of the 1950s and a leading exponent of the Honky Tonk style of country music. His relaxed style of singing was a major influence on later stars Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson.Frizzell was born in Corsicana, Texas, but moved with his family shortly after his birth to El Dorado, Arkansas, where they remained until the early 1940s. Frizzell began playing the guitar as a ver.. read more