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I Think I'm Gonna Kill MyselfPick Up The TempoSlow Rollin' LowDark Side Of FameLet's Turn Back The YearsDon't Think Twice, It's All RightHow Long Have You Been ThereI May Never Pass This Way AgainBob Wills Is Still The KingLinesFreedom To StayDown Came The WorldGood Ol' NightsLady In The HarborIf I Can Find A Clean ShirtToo Far GoneShe Called Me BabyStanding In That Oklahoma SunshineI Fall In Love So EasilyLet Me Talk To YouLook Into My TeardropsWaltz Me To HeavenThese New Changing TimesHeaven Or HellAloneLonely WeekendsGirl I Can Tell (you're Trying To Work It Out)Stop The World (and Let Me Off)Wurlitzer Prize (i Don't Want To Get Over You)If You're Goin' GirlRings Of Gold33rd Of AugustBaby Don't Be Looking In My MindI'm A Long Way From HomeThe Ghost Of General LeeNashville RebelNorweigan Wood (this Bird Has Flown)If You Really Want Me To I'll GoCasey's Last RideMoney Cannot Make The ManBack In The Saddle AgainI'll Go Back To HerFoolin' AroundBridge Over Troubled WaterMac Arthur ParkWhistlers And JugglersWasting TimeTonight The Bottle Let Me DownIt's The World Gone Crazy (cotillion)Young Widow BrownI've Always Been CrazyI Tremble For YouTo Beat The DevilYou Love The Ground I Walk OnBillyBut You Know I Love YouLife Goes OnAin't No God In MexicoCedartown GeorgiaSlow Movin' OutlawA Couple More YearsTwo Streaks Of SteelJust For YouIt Should Be Easier NowWave Goodbye To MeThe Door Is Always OpenDestiny's ChildI'll Find It Where I CanBlack RoseWoman Don't You Ever Laugh At MeMonaMe And PaulGemini Song (when I'm Bad I'm Bad)Medley Of Elvis HitsYou Don't Mess Around With Me
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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