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On The Wings Of A Snow-white DoveFunny FaceMy LoveIt's Driving Me CrazyMister ShortyBig IronMartha Oh MarthaLonely Too LongOld RedLovesick BluesLast Night About This TimeDown Where The Tradewind BlowsI Wash My Hands In Muddy WaterCottonwood TreeIt's Not All OverI Wish Somebody Loved MeChristmas Time's A-comin'It Kinda Reminds Me Of MeBlow Out The CandlesIt's Too Late Now To Worry AnymoreI'm Here To Get My Baby Out Of JailI've Never Loved Anyone MoreAn Old Friend Misses YouLeaving Is A Whole Lot HarderI'm Having A BallIsland EchoesFalling Out Of LoveDon't Let Me Touch YouFastest Gun AroundLike All The Other TimesDon't Throw Me AwayI Can't Wait Until TomorrowAll The WayI Want Someone To LoveA White Sport Coat (and A Pink Carnation)Lilly Of The ValleyA Good Hearted WomanI Feel Another Heartbreak Coming OnI'm Gonna Miss You When You GoJanetThen I Turned And Slowly Walked AwayWhat God Has DoneWith His Hand On My ShoulderRespectfully Miss BrooksTeenage DreamThe Story Of My LifeStairway Of LoveLong Gone Lonesome BluesPain And MiseryWho At My Door Is StandingWhen The Roll Is Called Up YonderThe Streets Of LaredoSittin' In A TreehouseThe Broken Heart Of MineUtah CarolIt Looks Like I'm Just In Your WaySan AngeloRunning GunTime Goes BySinging The BluesSaddle Tramp (Bonus Track)You Gotta ClimbThere's Power In The BloodThis Peaceful SodI'll Go On AloneShe Was Young And She Was PrettyWill The Circle Be UnbrokenThe Same Two LipsThe Strawberry RoanCap And GownRide, Cowboy RideYou Don't Owe Me A ThingTake Me Back To The PrairieQueen Of The Big RodeoBilly Venero
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Related Information for Marty Robbins Martin David Robinson (born September 26, 1925 in Glendale, Arizona; died December 8, 1982 in Nashville, Tennessee), better known simply as Marty Robbins, was an American Grammy award winning country music singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. One of the most popular and successful country and western singers of his era, for most of his nearly four-decade career, Robbins was rarely far from the country music charts, and several of his songs also became pop hits. In addition to his.. read more