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Bob Wills Is Still The King was a B-side to the single Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way from the Dreaming my Dreams album of 1975.
The song got lots of airplay so it was chalked up as a two sided hit.
Clyde hails from the 1980 album Music Man.
This was written by J J Cale and also recorded by Dr Hook. Waylon had a #7 hit in the US and a #1 in Canada with this song. Download the free Waylon Jennings Clyde lyrics below.
Come With Me was a #1 hit in Canada and the US for Waylon when it was released as a single from his 1979 album What Goes Around Comes Around.
This was Waylon's 8th #1 hit as a solo artist.
Friends In California is from an album called Goin Down Rockin The Last Recordings from 2012, which came out 10 years after Waylon's death.
This track was a song Waylon recorded years earlier but never was released as a single.
Good Hearted Woman is a single from the 1971 album of the same name. The song was co-written between Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings.
The single peaked at #1 in Canada and #3 in the US. The inspiration came from an ad about Tina Turner referencing Ike Turner with the phrase "good hearted woman loving two-timing men".
Good Ole Boys is from the 1080 album Music Man and became the theme song for the TV show The Dukes Of Hazzard.
The song reached #1 on the US country chart.
I've Always Been Crazy is a track from Waylon's "Live In Austin Tx" album from 2006.
This song was never released as a single.
Just To Satisfy You hails from the 1982 album Black On Black.
Three singles came from this album but this song ranked the highest at #1 in Canada and #2 in the US.
Lonesome Onry & Mean is the name of a 1972 album put out by Waylon Jennings, and although the song and album title are the same, this song was never released as a single.
The two singles that were released hit #6 and #7.
Looking For A Feeling is a song written by Waylon Jennings for his colaboration album from 1979 called Waylon & Willie.
The song was never released as a single.
Luckenbach Texas by Waylon Jennings was released as a single in 1977 from Waylon's album "Ol' Waylon".
The song was a #1 in both Canada and the US.
Pretend I Never Happened one of two singles from 1972 album Lonesome Onry And Mean.
This track reached #6 in the US and #2 in Canada.
Rainy Day Woman is from the 1975 album "The Ramblin Man".
The song peaked at #2 in the US and #18 in Canada.
Rose In Paradise became a #1 hit for Waylon back in 1987 and was his 12th #1 hit song.
The track is found on the album Hangin Tough.
Sweet Dream Woman was a single from the 1971 album Good Hearted Woman.
The song did very well reaching #3 in Canada and #7 in the US. The single was released in 1972.
The Wurlitzer Prize was a collaboration recording with Willie Nelson and can be found on the album "Waylon & Willie".
This track was a hit, reaching #1 in both Canada and US.
Walk On Out Of My Mind goes all the way back to 1967 from the album Only The Greatest.
Waylon took this song to #5 in both the US and Canada.
Waymore's Blues was a B-side to the single Dreaming My Dreams With You.
Both songs are from Waylon's 1975 album Dreaming My Dreams.
Whistlers And Jugglers is a track from the 1978 album I've Always Been Crazy.
This song was never a single release.
Wild Ones is a track from the 1975 album Waymore's Blues II.
The track was never released as a single.
Wrong was Waylon's last top 10 single when it was released from the 1990 album The Eagle.
This one reached #5 in the US.
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