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since been covered by numerous artists. In his 1997 autobiography, I Lived To Tell It All, Jones recalls arriving for the recording session under the influence
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sheepish bravado and showbiz practicality, writing in his 1995 memoir I Lived to Tell It All, "Knowing what people thought about Tammy and me, I often changed
A Picture of Me (Without You) (song) (302 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in 1972. In his 1995 autobiography I Lived to Tell It All, Jones quoted lines from the song to describe his own sadness at
Walk Through This World with Me (song) (412 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
the album." Two years later he elaborated in his autobiography I Lived to Tell It All: "At first I fought Pappy, telling him consistently that I thought
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from Jones. George was equally complimentary in his 1995 memoir I Lived to Tell It All, singling out Travis for praise while lamenting how country radio
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for twenty-three weeks, six of them at #1. In his autobiography I Lived to Tell It All, the singer wrote, "For years after I recorded it, the song was
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classic of honky tonk music," continued Malone. In his autobiography I Lived To Tell It All, Jones remained quite proud of the work he did with Montgomery:
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the song a "vocal tour de force." According to Jones' 1995 memoir I Lived to Tell It All, CBS executive Rick Blackburn first played him Taylor's demo of
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ISBN 1-57441-140-3. Allen, Bob 1996, pp. 103. Jones, George; Carter, Tom (1996). I Lived to Tell It All. Villard. pp. 41–42. ISBN 0-679-43869-6. "Red Sovine biography"
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Page of Reviews: Go, Cat, Go! by Carl Perkins and David McGee; I Lived To Tell It All by George Jones with Tom Carter; Songs In the Rough by Stephen Bishop;