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Before The Next Teardrop Falls

By GoddessOfGrace 20 Featuring truxing 53 in the Style of Freddy Fender
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I Wouldn't Change You If I Could

By GoddessOfGrace 20 Featuring truxing 53 in the Style of Ricky Skaggs
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A Teenager In Love

By GoddessOfGrace 20 in the Style of Dion & The Belmonts
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Thanks for listening!! :-)

Since I Met You Baby

By GoddessOfGrace 20 in the Style of Sonny James
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Thanks for stopping by!!! :-)

Hallelujah

By GoddessOfGrace 20 in the Style of Jeff Buckley
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Not sure if I like this guys rendition, but.....gave it a try anyway! Thanks for listening!! :-)

Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus

By GoddessOfGrace 20 in the Style of Alan Jackson
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Sorry...having a bit of a technical issue with my computer, and.... with my voice...lol. (don't find much time for singin anymore!) :-/ But....thanks for listening!! :-)

The Rose

By GoddessOfGrace 20 in the Style of Bette Midler
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Sorry...having a bit of a technical issue with my computer, and.... with my voice...lol. (don't find much time for singin anymore!) But....thanks for listening!! :-)

The Old Rugged Cross

By GoddessOfGrace 20 in the Style of Gospel
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Seven Spanish Angels

By GoddessOfGrace 20 in the Style of Willie Nelson
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Have You Forgotten (No Backing Vocals)

By GoddessOfGrace 20 in the Style of Darryl Worley
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I am CERTAIN....none of us will EVER forget!! :-( God Bless the USA!!!! Thanks for listening! :-) A little bio on this song: This is ONE of the most well-known patriotic Country songs that was inspired by the September 11 attacks. A controversy surrounding the song arose, which held that the message contained in it was an accusation that those who disagreed with the US involvement in Afghanistan had "forgotten" about 9/11. Many felt the war would do nothing to help the anti-terrorist cause, and resented the implication. But Worley maintains that his message was meant as a supportive one for the victims of 9/11, their families, and the veterans and troops whom he so vigorously and actively supports. :-)