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Playlist of Patsy Cline

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    Patsy Cline - Crazy

    2:43

    Patsy Cline - Crazy (1961) Video Edit by CorbiOnn

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    Patsy Cline-Walkin After Midnight

    2:49

    a tribute to the wonderful legend.

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    Patsy Cline -- I Fall To Pieces

    2:52

    A video slideshow in tribute to one the all time best female singer/songwriters ever.

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    Best Classic Female Country Songs | Great Country Songs of All Time

    1:6:22

    Best Classic Female Country Songs | Great Country Songs of All Time
    Best Classic Female Country Songs | Great Country Songs of All Time Best Classic Female Country Songs | Great Country Songs of All Time

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    Patsy Cline - Shes Got You

    3:02

    Patsy Cline - She's Got You

    Thought I'd put this up because I've noticed that compared to other videos, the quality seems a little bit better.

    Hope you enjoy it!

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    You Belong To Me

    3:08

    This is a love song by Patsy Cline, with the lyrics translated from English to Spanish. / Esta es una canción de amor cantada por Patsy Cline, con la letra traducida de Inglés a Español. (Song requested by RockaRoller Man. / Canción pedida por RockaRoller Man.)

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    Sweet Dreams.... PATSY CLINE - 1963

    2:37

    Sweet Dreams was released in 1963, shortly after her death....

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    Patsy Cline - Crazy

    2:45

    Crazy by Patsy Cline from the album The Anthology
    Released 2015-03-13 on Not Now Music
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    Patsy's recording career is split exactly in two, 51 tracks for Four Star records between 1955 and 1960 and 51 for Decca between 1960 and 1963, both labels are represented here. She became a favourite of the Grand Ole Opry and the first female-country star to top her own billing,performing at New York s Carnegie Hall. Songs such as 'I Fall To Pieces' made Her a household in the 60s while the Willie Nelson penned Crazy took her name around the world and across generations.
    © 2015 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2015 Not Now Music

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    Patsy Cline Greatest Hits 2018 || The Best of Patsy Cline Full Album

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    Patsy Cline Greatest Hits 2018 || The Best of Patsy Cline Full Album.
    Patsy Cline Greatest Hits 2018 || The Best of Patsy Cline Full Album

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    Patsy Cline - Leavin On Your Mind

    2:29

    If You've Got Leavin' On Your Mind by Patsy Cline

    Lyrics:
    If you got leavin' on your mind
    Tell me now, get it over
    Hurt me now, get it over
    If you got leavin' on your mind
    If there's a new love in your heart
    Tell me now, get it over
    Hurt me now, get it over
    If there's a new love in your heart
    Don't leave me here, in a world
    Filled with dreams that might have been
    Hurt me now, get it over
    I may learn to love again
    If there's a new love in your heart
    Tell me now, get it over
    Hurt me now, get it over
    If there's a new love in your heart
    Hurt me now, get it over
    If there's a new love in your heart
    --

    (C) 1962 Decca Records

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    patsy cline sweet dreams

    2:32

    patsy cline sweet dreams jessica lange ed harris

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    Patsy Cline Singing Crazy Live on the Grand Ole Opry.

    2:38

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    Patsy Cline ‎– 12 Greatest Hits

    33:41

    1 Walkin' After Midnight 2:35
    2 Sweet Dreams (Of You) 2:35
    3 Crazy 2:42
    4 I Fall To Pieces 2:50
    5 So Wrong 3:01
    6 Strange 2:13
    7 Back In Baby's Arms 2:05
    8 She's Got You 3:00
    9 Faded Love 3:44
    10 Why Can't He Be You 3:28
    11 You're Stronger Than Me 2:51
    12 Leavin' On Your Mind 2:27

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    Patsy Cline - Shes Got You - 1962.

    2:53

    Patsy Cline - She's Got You - 1962.

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    Patsy Cline // Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray // LIVE Arthur Godfrey

    2:45

    From the Arthur Godfrey Show - October 22nd, 1957.

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    Lyrics~Walkin After Midnight-Patsy Cline

    2:35

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    Patsy Cline - Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray

    2:32

    Two cigarettes in an ashtray,
    My love and I in a small cafe.
    Then a stranger came along,
    And everything went wrong.
    Now there's three cigarettes in the ashtray.

    I watched her take him from me,
    And his love is no longer my own.
    Now they are gone, and I sit alone,
    And watch one cigarette burn away.

    I watched her take him from me,
    And his love is no longer my own.
    Now they are gone, and I sit alone,
    And watch one cigarette burn away.

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    Patsy Cline - Greatest Hits

    52:53

    TRACKLIST
    01- Faded Love
    02- Blue Moon of Kentucky
    03- Why Can't He Be You
    04- Crazy Arms
    05- I can see an angel
    06- In Care of the Blues
    07- So Wrong
    08- Stop The World (And Let Me Off)
    09- There He Goes
    10- Too Many Secrets
    11- Walkin' After Midnight
    12- Your Cheatin' Heart
    13- Always
    14- Sweet Dreams
    15- When I Get Through With You
    16- Your Kinda Love
    17- Leavin' On Your Mind
    18- Then You'll Know
    19- Fingerprints
    20- I Don't Wanna


    Patsy Cline - Greatest Hits (THE BEST OF POP - FULL ALBUM)
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    Patsy Cline (born Virginia Patterson Hensley; September 8, 1932 – March 5, 1963) was an American country music singer and part of the Nashville sound during the late 1950s and early 1960s. She successfully crossed over to pop music and was one of the most influential, successful, and acclaimed vocalists of the 20th century. She died at age 30 in the crash of a private airplane.


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    Patsy Cline - I Fall To Pieces

    2:43

    From The Glenn Reeves Show on February 23rd, 1963.

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    Patsy Cline - Back In Babys Arms

    2:05

    PATSY CLINE

    LYRICS:
    I'm back in baby's arms;
    How I missed those loving arms.
    I'm back where I belong,
    Back in baby's arms.

    Don't know why we quarreled,
    We never did before.
    Since we found out how it hurts,
    I bet we never quarrel any more.

    I'm back in baby's arms;
    How I missed those loving arms.
    I'm back where I belong,
    Back in baby's arms.

    Thought I didn't need his love,
    'Til he took it away.
    Now I'm back where I belong,
    And in my baby's arms I'm gonna stay.

    I'm back in baby's arms;
    How I missed those loving arms.
    I'm back where I belong,
    Back in baby's arms.

    Back in baby's arms.
    Back in baby's arms.
    Back in baby's arms.

    Artist: Patsy Cline
    Album: The Patsy Cline Story
    Year: 1963
    Song: Back In Baby's Arms

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    Patsy Cline - Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray

    2:31

    Patsy Cline performing Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray on Ozark Jubilee.
    Lyrics:
    Two cigarettes in an ashtray,
    My love and I in a small cafe.
    Then a stranger came along,
    And everything went wrong.
    Now there's three cigarettes in the ashtray.

    I watched her take him from me,
    And his love is no longer my own.
    Now they are gone, and I sit alone,
    And watch one cigarette burn away.

    I watched her take him from me,
    And his love is no longer my own.
    Now they are gone, and I sit alone,
    And watch one cigarette burn away.

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    Tex Ritters Ranch Party - Johnny Cash, Bobby Helms & Patsy Cline

    25:13

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    Patsy Cline - Walkin After Midnight

    2:08

    Music video by Patsy Cline performing Walkin' After Midnight.

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    Patsy Cline - Your Cheatin Heart

    2:23

    Patsy Cline (1932 - 1963) Recorded on: February 12, 1962

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    patsy cline someday youll want me to love you

    2:54

    i love this song so much i thought i'd share it

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    Just a closer walk with thee - Patsy Cline And Willie Nelson

    3:09

    Just a closer walk with thee - Patsy Cline And Willie Nelson

    Just a closer walk with Thee,
    Grant it, Jesus, is my plea.
    Daily walking close to Thee,
    Let it be, dear Lord, let it be.

    I am weak, but Thou art strong
    Jesus, keep me from all wrong.
    I'll be satisfied as long
    As I walk let me walk close to Thee

    In this world of toil and snares,
    If I falter, Lord, who cares?
    Who but Thee my burden shares?
    None but Thee, oh Lord, none but Thee.

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    Patsy Cline: Shes Got You

    3:03

    Escrita por Hank Cochran, se trata de una canción original de Patsy Cline y fue single en 1962, logrando un muy buen éxito en las listas. Formaba parte de su disco Sentimentally Yours, además del EP llamado como la canción, ambos también de 1962. Fue claramente la canción más exitosa de la artista en aquel año. En el anterior, lanzaría su mítica canción Crazy, su obra maestra más reconocida. Sentimentally Yours sería el tercer y último disco de Patsy Cline debido a su prematura muerte, pues casi a los cinco meses justos de publicarse tal álbum, fallecería a los 30 años en un accidente aéreo. Luego de su muerte saldrían varios discos póstumos de la artista. Es sorprendentemente larga la lista de personas pertenecientes o relativas a Patsy Cline que han muerto en trágicos accidentes. Por ejemplo, destacar que en el avión en el que murió Cline iban, corriendo su misma suerte, los músicos Randy Hughes (además era su mánager), Cowboy Copas y Hawkshaw Hawkins. Paradojas del destino, todos ellos venían de dar un concierto en memoria y recaudando dinero para la familia del disc jockey Cactus Jack Call, que a su vez murió en un accidente de tráfico poco más de un mes antes. Además, una nieta de Patsy que ella nunca llegó a conocer (pues la hija de la cantante tenía solo cinco años cuando murió esta), y que se llamaba Virginia porque este era el nombre real de la artista, moriría a su vez en un accidente de tráfico en 1994. Por problemas en el aeropuerto, Patsy no pudo coger su último avión el día acordado. En el concierto-homenaje a Jack Call, también actuó Dottie West. Dados los problemas con el vuelo, Dottie le propuso a Patsy hacer el viaje al destino al que iban ambas (Nashville) en coche con Bill, el marido de West, de vuelta a Nashville (un viaje de 16 horas), pero Cline lo rechazó diciendo que no se preocuparan por ella, que cuando fuera el momento de irse, se iría. Finalmente, llegó el momento de que se fuera por mor del avión, pero ocurrió demasiado pronto. Su carrera discográfica solo le duró en vida seis años. El vídeo usado no es mío, sino del usuario de YouTube BIGSLMAN. Yo solo le he dado la vuelta a la imagen (así me gustaba más) y he subtitulado la canción. En la imagen del vídeo se muestran personajes del videojuego Bioshock: Burial at Sea -Episode 1 (2013), en el que aparece esta canción, entre otras de muy buen gusto musical.

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    Patsy Cline - The Best of Country

    50:12

    TRACKLIST
    01 Anytime 00:11
    02 Come on in 02:09
    03 Crazy Dreams 04:04
    04 Crazy 06:38
    05 Foolin' around 09:23
    06 I can see an angel 11:37
    07 I can't forget 14:01
    08 I fall to pieces 16:29
    09 Lonely Street 19:20
    10 San Antonio Rose 21:55
    11 Seven lonely days 24:19
    12 She's got you 26:34
    13 Strange 29:37
    14 Stupid Cupid 31:54
    15 That's my desire 34:12
    16 There he goes 37:16
    17 True love 39:44
    18 Walkin' dream 41:53
    19 Yes I understand 44:13
    20 You belong to me 47:05

    Patsy Cline - The Best of Country (FULL ALBUM)

    Virginia Patterson Hensley (September 8, 1932 äóñ March 5, 1963), known professionally as Patsy Cline, was an American singer. Part of the early 1960s Nashville sound, Cline successfully crossed over to pop music and was one of the most influential, successful and acclaimed vocalists of the 20th century. She died at the age of 30 in a multiple-fatality crash in the private plane of her manager, Randy Hughes. Cline was best known for her rich tone, emotionally expressive and bold contralto voice and her role as a country music industry pioneer. Along with Kitty Wells, she helped pave the way for women as headline performers in the genre. Cline was cited as an inspiration by singers in several styles. Books, movies, documentaries, articles and stage plays document her life and career. Her hits began in 1957 with Donn Hecht's and Alan Block's Walkin' After Midnight, Hank Cochran's and Harlan Howard's I Fall to Pieces, Hank Cochran's She's Got You, Willie Nelson's Crazy and ended in 1963 with Don Gibson's Sweet Dreams. Millions of her records have sold since her death. She won awards and accolades, causing many to view her as an icon at the level of Jim Reeves, Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley. Ten years after her death, in 1973, she became the first female solo artist inducted to the Country Music Hall of Fame. In 1999, she was voted number 11 on VH1's special, The 100 Greatest Women in Rock and Roll, by members and artists of the rock industry. In 2002, country music artists and industry members voted her Number One on CMT's The 40 Greatest Women of Country Music and ranked 46th in the 100 Greatest Singers of All Time issue of Rolling Stone magazine. According to her 1973 Country Music Hall of Fame plaque, Her heritage of timeless recordings is testimony to her artistic capacity.

    Listen to the Best Music of:
    Etta James, Billie Holiday, Bill Evans, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Nina Simone, Muddy Waters, Django Reinhardt, Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, James Brown, Chet Baker, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Duke Ellington, Elvis Presley, Count Basie, Herbie Hancock, Edith Piaf, Aretha Franklin, Charlie Parker, Lightnin' Hopkins, B.B. King, Thelonious Monk, Howlin' Wolf, Quincy Jones, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, Paul Anka, John Coltrane, John Lee Hooker, Coleman Hawkins, Robert Johnson, Dean Martin, Oscar Peterson, George Gershwin, Frank Sinatra, Hank Williams, Benny Goodman, Art Tatum, Joe Turner, Bing Crosby, Dave Brubeck, Mahalia Jackson, Fats Domino, Marvin Gaye, Bud Powell, Sonny Rollins, Tony Bennett... and many others!

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    Patsy Cline - Always

    2:48

    (Artwork by Jeff D'Ottavio) Here is a beautiful song written by none other than Irving Berlin and turned into a classic country ballad by Patsy Cline. I think it rivals some of her more famous songs for beauty and emotional impact. Always was recorded on February 5th 1963, exactly one month to the day before Patsy Cline was killed in a plane crash near Dyersburg, Tennessee.

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    Patsy Cline Crazy Arms

    2:30

    Written in 1956 and recorded as a #1 hit by Ray Price, this Texas shuffle tune was covered by Patsy Cline as a single probably in 1961. Rather than the mellow tones of Ray Price, Patsy's release had her powerful, heart throbbing delivery and you knew instantly she had lived there.

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    Patsy Cline - Three Cigarettes In an Ashtray

    2:14

    Lyrics :

    Two cigarettes in an ashtray,
    My love and I in a small cafe.
    Then a stranger came along,
    And everything went wrong.
    Now there's three cigarettes in the ashtray.

    I watched her take him from me,
    And his love is no longer my own.
    Now they are gone, and I sit alone,
    And watch one cigarette burn away.

    I watched her take him from me,
    And his love is no longer my own.
    Now they are gone, and I sit alone,
    And watch one cigarette burn away.

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    Crazy. Patsy Cline

    2:45

    Lyrics: Willie Nelson


    Crazy, I'm crazy for feeling so lonely,
    I'm crazy, crazy for feeling so blue......
    I knew, you'd love me as long as you wanted,
    And then someday, you'd leave me for somebody new.

    Worry, why do I let myself worry?
    Wondering, what in the world did I do?
    Oh, crazy, for thinking that my love could hold you.....
    I'm crazy for trying and crazy for crying
    And I'm crazy for loving you.

    Crazy, for thinking that my love could hold you,
    I'm crazy for trying, and crazy for crying
    And I'm crazy for loving you.....

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    Patsy Cline - When I Get Thru With You

    2:38

    Patsy Cline

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    Patsy Cline - Lovesick Blues

    2:29

    From Community Jamboree in 1960

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    Patsy Cline - Crazy - In HQ Audio )))

    2:47

    Crazy is a ballad composed by Willie Nelson. It has been recorded by several artists, most notably by Patsy Cline, whose version was a No. 2 country hit in 1962.

    Partly due to the genre-blending nature of the song, it has been covered by dozens of artists in several genres over the years; nevertheless, the song remains inextricably linked with Cline. Nelson's own version appears on his 1962 debut album ...And Then I Wrote.

    Patsy Cline was already a country music superstar and looking for material to extend a string of hits.[citation needed] She picked it as a follow-up to her previous big hit I Fall to Pieces. Crazy, its complex melody suiting Cline's vocal talent perfectly, was released in late 1961, immediately became another huge hit for Cline and widened the crossover audience she had established with her prior hits. It spent 21 weeks on the chart and eventually became one of her signature tunes.
    According to Willie Nelson in an interview with Sirius XM satellite radio he said that he was in a bar called Tootisie's and had put his own song Crazy in the jukebox.[4] Patsy Cline's husband heard it and wanted to get it to Patsy. They were both drunk and Willie was reluctant even stayed in the car while her husband played it for her. In the end she recorded it a few weeks later. In another interview Willie says that the song was originally called Stupid, this matches with the live performance with Johnny Cash where he breaks a guitar string and ends up playing Crazy using Johnny's guitar.

    According to the Ellis Nassour biography Patsy Cline, Nelson, who at that time was known as a struggling songwriter by the name of Hugh Nelson, was a regular at Tootsie's Orchid Lounge on Nashville's Lower Broadway, where he frequented with friends Kris Kristofferson and Roger Miller, both unknown songwriters at that time. Nelson met Cline's husband, Charlie Dick, at the bar one evening and pitched the song to him. Dick took the track home and played it for Cline, who absolutely hated it at first because Nelson's demo spoke the lyrics ahead of and behind the beat, about which an annoyed Cline remarked that she couldn't sing like that.

    However, Cline's producer, Owen Bradley, loved the song and arranged it in the ballad form in which it was later recorded. On Loretta Lynn's album I Remember Patsy, Bradley reported that as Cline was still recovering from a recent automobile accident that nearly took her life, she'd had difficulty reaching the high notes of the song on the original production night due to her broken ribs. So after about four hours of trying – in the days of four songs being recorded in three hours – they called it a night. A week later she came back and recorded the lead vocal in one take.

    In the same interview, Lynn remembers the first time Cline performed it at the Grand Ole Opry on crutches, and received three standing ovations. Barbara Mandrell remembers Cline introducing the song to her audiences live in concert saying

    All my recent hits have come true in my life. I had a hit out called Tra-La-La Triangle and people thought about me and Gerald and Charlie. I had another hit out called 'I Fall to Pieces' and I was in a car wreck. Now I'm really worried because I have a new hit single out and it's called 'Crazy'.

    Willie Nelson stated on the 1993 documentary Remembering Patsy that Cline's version of Crazy was his favorite song of his that anybody had ever recorded because it was a lot of magic

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    I Can See An Angel

    2:36

    This is a sad love song by Patsy Cline, with the lyrics translated from English to Spanish. / Esta es una triste canción de amorcantada por Patsy Cline, con la letra traducida de Inglés a Español. (Song requested by RockaRoller Man. / Canción pedida por RockaRoller Man.)

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    Patsy Cline - Ive Loved And Lost Again

    3:08

    From Tex Ritter's Ranch Party in 1957

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    Crazy , Patsy Cline , 1961 Vinyl

    2:46

    Written by Willie Nelson and recorded by Patsy Cline, released in October 1961 from the album Showcase With the Jordanaires. It immediately became a huge hit for Cline reaching #2 on country charts in 1962 and widened the crossover audience she had established with her prior hits. It spent 21 weeks on the chart and eventually became one of her signature tunes. Cline's version is #85 on Rolling Stone's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

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    Patsy Cline - Come on In

    1:54

    Come on In (And Make Yourself at Home) by Patsy Cline from the album The Anthology
    Released 2015-03-13 on Not Now Music
    Download on iTunes:
    Download on Google Play:

    Patsy's recording career is split exactly in two, 51 tracks for Four Star records between 1955 and 1960 and 51 for Decca between 1960 and 1963, both labels are represented here. She became a favourite of the Grand Ole Opry and the first female-country star to top her own billing,performing at New York s Carnegie Hall. Songs such as 'I Fall To Pieces' made Her a household in the 60s while the Willie Nelson penned Crazy took her name around the world and across generations.
    © 2015 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2015 Not Now Music

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    Patsy Cline // Why Cant He Be You

    3:30

    One of Patsy's most beautiful and timeless recordings. This version is the 2003 Bob Ludwig remix from the Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits HDCD.

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    Patsy Cline // That Wonderful Someone

    2:21

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    Patsy Cline - Blue Moon of Kentucky

    2:05

    Descripción

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    Patsy Cline ~ Tennessee Waltz

    2:33

    Patsy has an amazing version of this heart breaker. What else needs to be said?
    If anyone would like to learn more about Patsy go to

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    Jim Reeves & Patsy Cline ~ Have You Ever Been Lonely

    3:02

    Album: A Touch Of Velvet
    Utgitt: 1962
    Låtskrivere: Peter De Rose, Billy Hill
    Label: RCA Victor ‎– LSP-2487
    Engineer – Bill Porter
    Producer – Anita Kerr, Chet Atkins

    Have You Ever Been Lonely? (Have You Ever Been Blue?) is a popular song with music by Peter De Rose and lyrics by Billy Hill (writing under the name of George Brown), published in 1932. It has been recorded by many singers, becoming a standard.
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    James Travis Reeves (August 20, 1923 – July 31, 1964) was an American country and popular music singer-songwriter. With records charting from the 1950s to the 1980s, he became well known as a practitioner of the Nashville sound (a mixture of older country-style music with elements of popular music). Known as Gentleman Jim, his songs continued to chart for years after his death. Reeves died in the crash of his private airplane. He is a member of both the Country Music and Texas Country Music Halls of Fame.
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    Patsy Cline (born Virginia Patterson Hensley; September 8, 1932 – March 5, 1963) was an American country music artist. She is considered one of the most influential vocalists of the 20th century and was one of the first to successfully crossover into pop music.[9][10] Cline recorded several songs that became major hits during her eight-year career, including 2 number-one hits on the Billboard Hot Country and Western Sides chart.
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    Lyrics:
    Have you ever been lonely
    Have you ever been blue
    Have you ever loved someone
    Just as I love you
    Can't you see I'm sorry
    For each mistake I've made
    Can't you see I've changed, dear
    Can't you see I've paid
    Be a little forgiving
    Take me back in your heart
    How can I go on living
    Now that we're apart
    If you knew what I've been through
    Then you'd know why I ask you
    Have you ever been lonely
    Have you ever been blue
    Have you ever been lonely
    Have you ever been blue
    Have you ever loved someone
    Just as I love you
    Can't you see that I'm sorry
    For each mistake I made
    Can't you see I've changed, dear
    Can't you see that I've paid
    Oh, be a little forgivin'
    Take me back in your heart
    How can I go on livin'
    Now that we're apart
    If you knew what I been through
    You would know why I ask you
    Have you ever been lonely
    Have you ever been blue
    Be a little forgivin'
    Take me back in your heart
    How can I go on livin'
    Now that we're apart
    If you knew what I been through
    You would know why I ask you
    Have you ever been lonely
    Have you ever been blue

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    Patsy Cline - I Love You, Honey

    2:22

    I Love You, Honey by Patsy Cline from the album Crazy - 60 Greatest Hits
    Released 2011-12-02 on AudioSonic Music
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    All of Patsy Cline's greatest hits, including the legendary Crazy and I Fall To Pieces. All tracks have been digitally remastered and the sound is superb throughout.
    © 2011 Nordic Entertainment Ltd
    ℗ 2011 AudioSonic Music

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    Patsy Cline - You Were Only Fooling

    2:06

    Artist; Patsy Cline
    Song; You Were Only Fooling
    Year; 1962
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    Patsy Cline - Crazy Dreams

    2:36

    Crazy Dreams by Patsy Cline from the album Crazy - 60 Greatest Hits
    Released 2011-12-02 on AudioSonic Music
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    All of Patsy Cline's greatest hits, including the legendary Crazy and I Fall To Pieces. All tracks have been digitally remastered and the sound is superb throughout.
    © 2011 Nordic Entertainment Ltd
    ℗ 2011 AudioSonic Music

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    Patsy Cline // In Care of the Blues // LIVE Arthur Godfrey

    3:41

    An uptown New York treatment of Patsy's torch ballad (Write Me) In Care of the Blues. Recorded live on the Arthur Godfrey Show, January 14th, 1958. It's as memorable as the single itself!

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    Patsy Cline Strange LIVE

    1:59

    Patsy Cline Strange LIVE and RARE

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    Patsy Cline - Hungry For Love .

    2:25

    (Written by Eddie Miller - W.S. Stevenson ).

    Issued on EP 2542
    From LP Patsy Cline (1957).

    Recorded 23 May 1957 [15:00-18:00] Bradley Film and Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN – Patsy Cline [vcl], Hank Garland [el gt], Grady Martin [el gt], Harold Bradley [el bass], Jack Shook [ac gt], Bob Moore [ac bass], Ferris Coursey [drums], Owen Bradley [piano] + Anita Kerr Singers. Producer: Owen Bradley.

    Born Virginia Patterson Hensley in Gore,VIRGINIA. (1932 - 1963).

    Country Music Hall of Fame 1973

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