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How Much Tequila Did I Drink Last Night was another song co-written by Steve Goodman and John Prine. To my knowledge it was never released as a single.
The track can be found on Steve's 1983 album "Affordable Art".
The 20th Century Is Almost Over can be found on Steve's album "Say It In Private" from 1977.
There is no record of the song being released as a single that I could find.
The Dutchman was written by Michael Peter Smith and is an older song from 1968. Steve Goodman covered the song along with many others over the years and put the track on his
1972 studio album "Somebody Else's Troubles". I was unable to find any charting of this cover by Goodman. Download The Dutchman Steve Goodman lyrics below.
You Never Even Called Me By Man Name was made popular by David Allan Coe but the song was written by Steve Goodman and john Prine and was recorded by Goodman in 1971 for his album, "Steve Goodman".
I don't he ever released this song as a single. Download the Steve Goodman chords sheet below.
You're The Girl I Love is a track from the 1977 album "Say It In Private".
To my knowledge I don't believe the song was released as a single.
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