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Mansion Over The Hilltop

By ron61 30 +2 in the Style of Elvis Presley
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Patsy & Carol's Ole Timer Country .... Round 3 - Gospel

Need You Now

By ron61 30 +2 Featuring VeeGee 46 in the Style of Lady Antebellum
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For The Feature :) ~~~ and it has been a while since one of our many duets finalizes on MY page ... lol

Love Potion No. 9

By ron61 30 +2 Featuring VeeGee 46 in the Style of The Searchers
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Layer # 2 for Duet with VeeGee Posted for verification ...... final duet on Vickey's page :) FINAL DUET : http://www.singsnap.com/karaoke/r/b7919c3bf

The End Of The World

By ron61 30 +2 in the Style of Skeeter Davis
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PATSY & CAROL'S OLE TIMERS COUNTRY..ROUND 2 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ "The End of the World" was written by Arthur Kent and Sylvia Dee; the latter drew on her sorrow from her father's death. Davis recorded her version on June 8, 1962 at the RCA Studios in Nashville, produced by Chet Atkins, and featuring Floyd Cramer.[1] Released by RCA Records in December 1962, "The End of the World" peaked in March 1963 at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, No. 2 on the Billboard country singles,[2] No. 1 on Billboard's easy listening, and No. 4 on Billboard's rhythm and blues.[3] It is the first, and, to date, only time that a song cracked the Top 10 on all four Billboard charts.[citation needed] Billboard ranked the record as the No. 3 song of 1963.[4] In the Skeeter Davis version, After she sings the whole song through in the key of B-Flat, The song goes up by a half step to the key of B, where Skeeter speaks the fist two lines of the final stanza, before singing the rest of the stanza, ending the song. Davis's recording of "The End of the World" was played at Atkins's funeral in an instrumental by Marty Stuart, and at Davis's own funeral at the Ryman Auditorium.

If You See Him / If You See Her

By ron61 30 +2 in the Style of Reba McEntire & Brooks & Dunn
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DOWN TWO

If You See Him / If You See Her

By ron61 30 +2 in the Style of Reba McEntire & Brooks & Dunn
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*** OPEN DUET *** ...... I know, it's a heart breaker, but please join in :)

Burning Bridges

By ron61 30 +2 in the Style of Jack Scott
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PATSY & CAROL OLE TIMERS COUNTRY..Round 1 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Jack Scott (singer) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jack Scott Birth name Giovanni Domenico Scafone Jr. Born January 24, 1936 (age 79) Windsor, Ontario, Canada Years active 1957–present Jack Scott (born Giovanni Domenico Scafone Jr., January 24, 1936, Windsor, Ontario, Canada[1]) is a Canadian American singer and songwriter. He was the first white rock and roll star to come out of Detroit, Michigan. He was inducted into Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2011 and has been called "undeniably the greatest Canadian rock and roll singer of all time." " BURNING BRIDGES " was recorded in 1960

Whenever You Come Around

By ron61 30 +2 in the Style of Vince Gill
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For the Feature ..... and for the memory :)

You Gave Me A Mountain

By ron61 30 +2 in the Style of Elvis Presley (Live Cuts)
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ELVIS - STILL THE KING - FINALS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Someone Loves You Honey

By ron61 30 +2 Featuring SWEETIEONE 35 in the Style of Charley Pride
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By a subtle Request :)