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The Upper 48 Hits: 1972-1997 ()

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The Upper 48 Hits: 1972-1997 - Tanya Tucker
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  1. Delta Dawn
  2. Love's the Answer
  3. The Jamestown Ferry
  4. What's Your Mama's Name, Child?
  5. Blood Red and Goin' Down
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  1. Delta Dawn
  2. Love's the Answer
  3. The Jamestown Ferry
  4. What's Your Mama's Name, Child?
  5. Blood Red and Goin' Down
  6. Would You Lay with Me (In a Field of Stone)
  7. The Man That Turned My Mama On
  8. Lizzie and the Rainman
  9. San Antonio Stroll
  10. Don't Believe My Heart Can Stand Another You
  11. You've Got Me to Hold on To
  12. Here's Some Love
  13. Ridin' Rainbows
  14. It's a Cowboy Lovin' Night
  15. Dancing the Night Away
  16. Texas (When I Die)
  17. I'm the Singer, You're the Song
  18. Pecos Promenade
  19. Can I See You Tonight
  20. Feel Right
  21. Baby I'm Yours
  22. Just Another Love
  23. I'll Come Back as Another Woman
  24. It's Only Over for You
  25. Love Me Like You Used To
  26. One Love at a Time
  27. I Won't Take Less Than Your Love
  28. If It Don't Come Easy
  29. Strong Enough to Bend
  30. Highway Robbery
  31. Call on Me
  32. My Arms Stay Open All Night
  33. Walking Shoes
  34. Don't Go Out
  35. It Won't Be Me
  36. Oh What It Did to Me
  37. Down to My Last Teardrop
  38. (Without You) What Do I Do With Me?
  39. Some Kind of Trouble
  40. If Your Heart Ain't Busy Tonight
  41. Two Sparrows in a Hurricane
  42. It's a Little Too Late
  43. Tell Me About It
  44. Soon
  45. We Don't Have to Do This
  46. Hangin' In
  47. You Just Watch Me
  48. Little Things
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Tanya Tucker wasn't just a great country singer -- she was a great country story , growing up in the public eye from her first Top Ten single, "Delta Dawn" in 1972, to her last, "Little Things" in 1997. In between, she racked up numerous hits and tabloid headlines, causing controversy at the outset of her career with her sexiness and provocative material that sounded even riskier in the hands of a 14-year-old singer. Soon, the country Lolita image gave way to a wild young woman who had an affair with Merle Haggard and a ...

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