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I'll Make AmendsI'll Take My Chances With YouI'll Take You HomeI'm A FoolI'm Gonna Get You Off My MindI'm So Afraid Of Losing You AgainI'm So HelplessI'm So Lonesome I Could CryI've Got SomeIf The Whole World Stopped Lovin'It Keeps Right On A Hurtin'It Was Fun While It LastedIt Worries MeIt's Only LoveJody And The KidJust About That TimeJust Between The Two Of UsKansas CityKeeper Of The KeyLeaving On A Jet PlaneLet It Be MeLet's Do What's Right Even If It's WrongLet's Put Our World Back TogetherLife's Gone And Slipped AwayLittle Green ApplesLock Stock And TeardropsLonely StreetLonely Thing Called MeLonesome 7-7203Long Black VeilLong Long Texas RoadLong Way Back To LoveLook Into My TeardropsMake The World Go AwayMarking TimeMemphis MorningMexican JoeMinute Of Your TimeMore Than We DeserveMr. Jones I Want To Marry Your WifeMy Arms Are A HouseMy Grass Is GreenMy LoveMy Love For You Goes On And On And OnMy WayNew LipsNow (is A Lonely Time)One By OneOnly A Woman Like YouOur Church Your WeddingOur Everlasting Love Has DiedPeel Me A NannerPick Of The WeekPlease Don't Let Me Love You AnymorePlease Help Me I'm FallingPortrait Of MeRainbows And RosesRemember Me (i'm The One Who Loves You)Ribbon Of DarknessRing Of FireSaginaw MichiganSatisfied MindSecond Hand Rose (second Hand Heart)She Thinks I Still CareSilver WingsSlippin' AroundSo Much Got LostSomewhere My LoveSt. Louis BluesSuch A FoolSunday Morning Coming DownSwing Wide Your Gate Of LoveTake Good Care Of HerTake Me BackTalk Back Trembling Lips
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Related Information for Roy Drusky Roy Drusky , Birth name Roy Frank Drusky Jr. Born June 22, 1930(1930-06-22) , Origin Atlanta, Georgia Died September 23, 2004 Genre(s) Country Music Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, producer, actor, disc jockey Years active 1953-2004 Label(s) Starday Records, Columbia Records, Decca Records, Mercury Records Associated acts Eddy Arnold, Jim Reeves, Priscilla Mitchell Roy Drusky was a country music singer who was popular from the 1960s through the early 1970s.A native of Georgia, read more