COUNTRY LOVE SONGS by Various Artist

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Country love songs by various artist

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Country Nashville Sound
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United States
Various Artists
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TGG Direct LLC

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by Various Artist  

Track Listing:

 1. Walkin' After Midnight - Patsy Cline
2. Jambalaya - Jerry Lee Lewis
3. You're Singing Our Love Song - Jerry Wallace
4. Give Me Some Love - Conway Twitty
5. I Can't Get You Off My Mind - Hank Williams
6. Broken Promises - Willie Nelson
7. Baby Doll - Barbara Fairchild
8. If I Could Write a Song - Razzy Bailey
9. Sticks and Stones - Donna Fargo
10. Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash
11. I Don't Claim to Be an Angel - Kitty Wells
12. There Goes My Everything - Anna Murray
13. The - Billie Jo Spears Cheating Kind
14. Walk On By - Leroy Van Dyke
15. I Can't Forget - Patsy Cline
16. You'll Lose a Good Thing - Freddy Fender
17. Cheatin' Is - Barbara Fairchild
18. I Love You Because - Johnny Cash
19. Abilene - Waylon Jennings
 20. I Miss You So Much - Mickey Gilley 

Product Details:
Genre: Country, 

Nashville Sound

Record Label: TGG Direct LLC
Style: Nashville Sound
UPC: 011891602693
Artist: Various Artists
Release Year: 2012
Format: CD
 Playing Time: 50 min.
Recording Mode: Stereo

Album Notes:
Nothing seems to get to the heart of what love is and what it can do to a life than a good country song, where beers flow, tears flow, and Saturday night brings the illusion of everything swept clean. This set features country legends like Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Patsy Cline, Conway Twitty, and Kitty Wells delivering country love songs. Then there's a Jerry Lee Lewis version of "Jambalaya" here, a song that is only marginally a love song, if it is at all, and Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues," which is likewise not a love song, although there's certainly emotional yearning in it. Both are fun to hear, but they break the otherwise romantic and thematic flow of this playlist.
~ Steve Leggett