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Its Funny What A Fool Will Do - George Jones (2) - George Jones (CD)

09.11.2019
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  1. Country Church Time () Taggin' Along, The Good Ole Bible, Will the Circle Be Unbroken, My Lord Has Called Me, Take the Devil Out of Me, Boat of Life, Jesus Wants Me, Wandering Soul, We'll Understand It, Cup of Loneliness, If You Want to Wear a Crown, My Soul's Been Satisfied White Lightning and Other Country Favorites () White Lightning, I'm With the Wrong One, .
  2. George Jones (born September 12, , Saratoga, Texas, USA - died April 26, , Nashville, Tennessee, USA) was an American award-winning country music singer. He is known for his long list of hit records, his distinctive voice and phrasing, and his marriage to Tammy Wynette.
  3. Oh, It's funny what a fool will do Instrumental Here am I with empty arms again Counting all the times that you walked out and walked back in Still I cried just like a baby, after you Oh, oh, It's funny what a fool will do. Is all your love worth all these heartaches, I don't think so I still hold you and yet I need to let you go.
  4. 7 quotes from George Jones: 'Maybe some folks are alcoholics and others are just voluntary drunks. Maybe some folks drink due to body chemistry and others due to their lazy characters. Maybe some have drinking problems, while others have problems enough to drink.', 'There are questions I'm still not wise enough to answer, just wise enough to no longer ask.', and .
  5. Ain't It Funny What a Fool Will Do This song is by George Jones and appears on the album Sings from the Heart ().
  6. May 21,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - George Jones - I'm A Fool For Loving Her YouTube; Tied To A Stone - Duration: GeorgeJonesOfficial 7, views. Merle.
  7. george jones - aint it funny what a fool will do/ you comb her hair(45/7") - opcirtioscythtiabreakinsitelutarep.coinfo music.
  8. The Race Is On is an album by George Jones, released on United Artists in The title track had been recorded in June but was not released until September on the album I Get Lonely in a Hurry and the single galloped to number 3 on the Billboard country chart. It also climbed to number 96 on the pop charts, a rarity for a Jones single, and United Artists capitalized on its.

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