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Blue Book Music. documents
titleNumber of documents
Act naturally. By Hansen Publications, Inc., as employer for hire, Johnny Russell & Vonie Morrison. (In Buck Owens souvenir song album no. 1)27
All of a sudden (your sweet love pulled me through) & 9 other titles30
Cinderella. Dust on Mother's Bible. (I'll love you) forever and ever ... By Alvis E. Owens (Buck Owens)30
Cinderella. Dust on Mother's Bible. (I'll love you) forever and ever ... By Alvis E. Owens (Buck Owens) part 230
Don't wipe the tears you cry for him (on my good white shirt) w & m Bob Morris, The Facts of love. w & m Dave Burgess, Bob Morris30
Give me something to remember you by. w & m Buck Owens a.k.a. Alvis E. Owens, Jr., & Don Rich a.k.a. Donald Ulrich30
Give me something to remember you by. w & m Buck Owens a.k.a. Alvis E. Owens, Jr., & Don Rich a.k.a. Donald Ulrich part 630
Greensleeves plus 20 (smash folk song hits) Artists: Robert DeCormier Singers30
In the arms of love. From What did you do in the war daddy? RE 654-303 (1994) et al part 228
In the middle of my time. w Bob Hilliard & Jacqueline Dalya Hilliard, m Leon Ware part 230
Love sure feels good in my heart. w & m Alan Edgar Owens (Buddy Alan), arr. Chappell & Company, Inc29
Maybe if I close my eyes (it'll go away) By A. E. Owens a.k.a. Buck Owens, Love's gonna live here again & 2 other titles; songs30
No titles given for all musical or dramatico-musical compositions now or hereafter owned by Merle R. Haggard30
No titles given for instruction, operation and maintenance guides and manuals, computer program listings and all computer firmware and software, technical specifications, drawings, reports, advertising, marketing, and promotional material and literature, including graphics and packaging30
Open up your heart (and let me out) By Harry Middlebrooks30
Open up your heart. w & m Gaetano Costa, Nancy Costa & Sol Meshel part 330
Santa looked a lot like Daddy and Daddy looked a lot like him, L.A. International Airport27
Successful adjustment in college. By John Roscoe Chandler, George C. Beamer, Charles C. Williams & Vernon L. Armstrong part 330
Waitin' in your welfare line. w Nat Stuckey; music: Don Rich & Buck Owens; arr. Central Songs, Inc., employer for hire part 230
Where were you (when I came home last night)?, God is with you, Love's gonna live here again. By Buck Owens30
Why you been gone so long? Performed by David Frizzell; sound recording by MCA Records, Inc30
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