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It's So EasyThe House SongLorenaSad Songs & WaltzesGood Timing ManThe Shadow Of Your Distant FriendBig MamouI Ain't The OneI Walk The LineBack Home (Where I Come From)Medley Of Buddy Holly Hits:I Knew You'd Be Leavin'The Devil's Right HandBe MineCrying Don't Even Come CloseThat's What You Get For Lovin' MeI Ain't Living Long Like ThisRagged But RightI May Be Used (But Baby I Ain't Used Up) [Live]I'm Not Lisa (special Guest Appearance By Jessi Colter)I Will Always Love You In My Own Crazy WayFolks Out On The RoadI Don't Do It No MoreShe's Too Good For MeBorn To LoseYou Put The Soul In The SongHow Much Is It Worth To Live In L.A.?Something's Wrong In CaliforniaThe Blues Don't CareBetween Fathers And SonsLaid Back Country PickerMoney (That's What I Want)Willy The Wandering Gypsy And MeLove's Gonna Live HereOut Of JailMemories Of You And IWill The Wolf SurviveI've Got A WomanCowboy MoviesLock Stock And TeardropsMason Dixie LinesWorking Without A NetWhere Does Love GoShooters ThemeThe Days Of Sand And ShovelsHighwaymanCryingThe EvergladesSo Good WomanWould You Lay With MeAll Of My Sisters Are GirlsRide Me Down EasyWhy Do I Have To ChooseOld TimerThe CrowdThis TrainHey WillieWhen I Get BigYoyos Bozos Bimbos & HeroesYou Deserve The Stars In My CrownWoman I Hate ItJohn's Back In TownSan Francisco Mabel JoySuddenly SingleHeartaches Older Than YouLow Down FreedomYou're Gonna Wonder About MeIf The Shoe FitsAll Of Me Belongs To YouI've Got A Tiger By The TailAway In A MangerLove's Gonna Live Here AgainWild OnesWhite RoomSilent Partners
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Related Information for Waylon Jennings Waylon Arnold Jennings (born June 15, 1937 in Littlefield, Texas, died February 13, 2002 in Chandler, Arizona), was an American country music singer, musician, and actor. A self-taught guitar player, he rose to prominence as a bass player for Buddy Holly following the break-up of The Crickets. He escaped death in the February 3, 1959 plane crash that took the lives of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and The Big Bopper when he gave up his seat to the latter. By the 1970s, he had become associated wi.. read more