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Crying In The Rain - Tammy Wynette - Crying In The Rain (Vinyl)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Tammy Wynette - I Love Country at Discogs. Complete your Tammy Wynette collection.
  2. "Another Chance" is a song written by Robert Dawdry, Dennis Knutson and Jerry Taylor. It was originally recorded by American country artist Tammy meztishakarlandanayaforcehammer.xyzinfo was released as a single in March and became a top ten hit on the Billboard country songs chart.
  3. Crying In The Rain Recorded by Tammy Wynette Written by Howard Greenfield and Carole King C F G7 C I'll never let you see F G7 C The way my broken heart is hurting me F E7 Am I've got my pride and I know how to hide F Dm All the sorrow and pain G7 Am G7 Am.
  4. "Starting Over" is a song written by Bob McDill that was originally recorded by American country artist Tammy meztishakarlandanayaforcehammer.xyzinfo was released as a single in March and became a top twenty hit on the Billboard country songs chart.
  5. The Everly Brothers originally recorded Crying in the Rain written by Howard Greenfield and Carole King and The Everly Brothers released it on the single Crying in the Rain in It was also covered by Anita Meyer & Metropole Orkest, Peter Jezewski, Barbara Ray, Bill .
  6. Tammy Wynette - Crying in the Rain Lyrics. I'll never let you see The way my broken heart is hurtin' me I've got my pride and I know how to hide All the sorrow and pain I'll do my cry.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Biggest Hits on Discogs.
  8. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Tammy Wynette - Crying In The Rain / Bring Back My Baby To Me at Discogs. Complete your Tammy Wynette collection.
  9. How could there be a George Jones without a Tammy Wynette? These two are like a King and Queen of real country. There's only a Very few real country artist left to us and in a couple of years all we will have left is the electronic country hard sounds. No soul searching stories of real life and hard times, just junk/5(35).

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