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Do Right Woman Do Right ManRed Headed StrangerFarther Down The LineI Don't Feel AnythingDreams Come TrueNobody Slides My FriendWorking Man BluesSeaman's BluesGo AwayI've Seen That Look On Me (a Thousand Times)One With The SunI Just Drove ByJust Out Of ReachA Moment Isn't Very LongYou Done Me WrongIf You Really Loved MeForgiving You Was EasyThe Part Where I CryUntil It's Time For You To GoHeartaches Of A FoolCan I Sleep In Your ArmsPermanently LonelyPick Up The TempoOne In A RowNo Tomorrow In SightIt Could Be Said That WayI'd Trade All Of My Tomorrows (for Just One Yesterday)Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' OnSecond FiddleMammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be CowboysMy Bucket's Got A Hole In ItOvertimeSanta Claus Is Coming To TownIt Will Come To PassA Whiter Shade Of PaleOpportunity To CryRoly PolyMy Life's Been A Pleasure (i Still Love You As I Did In Yesterday)Freight Train BoogieThere Stands The GlassRiver BoyNo Love At AllI Guess I've Come To Live Here In Your EyesI Am The ForestYou Look Like The DevilUndo The RightWorry B GoneThanks AgainThree DaysMaria (shut Up And Kiss Me)You Always Hurt The One You LoveI Can Cry AgainSlowlyThe TroublemakerDon't Be Ashamed Of Your AgeAm I BlueNatural To Be GoneYou've Seen That Look On Me A Thousand TimesI Walk AloneYou Just Can't Play A Sad Song On A BanjoLovin' LiesYou Don't Know MeRemember Me (when The Candle Lights Are Gleaming)Midnight RiderPressure DropI Never Cared For YouHusbands And WivesEight More Miles To LouisvilleSomewhere In Texas Part 1Last LetterI'm A Worried ManHave I Told You Lately That I Love YouWhat Was It You WantedI'd Rather You Didn't Love MeI Just Can't Let You Say Goodbye
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Related Information for Willie Nelson Willie Hugh Nelson (born April 30, 1933) is an American country singer, author, poet, actor and activist, originally from Abbott, Texas. He reached his greatest fame during the outlaw country movement of the 1970s, but remains iconic, especially in American popular culture.Nelson was born and raised in Abbott, Texas, the son of Myrle and Ira D. Nelson, who was a mechanic and pool hall owner. His grandparents William Alfred Nelson and Nancy Elizabeth Smothers gave him mail-order music lessons sta.. read more