Gene Watson

Gene Watson, born into a poor migrant worker family, first entered the entertainment business when he appeared on Fort Worth, Texas "Cowtown Hoedown." His success in recording began to take off after the release of "Love In The Hot Afternoon" in 1975. His songs continued into the 1980's until he hit a 3 year slump. He changed management and shortly thereafter began to record chart-topping hits. Although never given any major awards, many admire his material and style. (Source: TEE VEE Records)

Top Country Songs - Gene Watson

Should I Come Home (Or Should I Go Crazy)
Paper Rosie
Nothing Sure Looked Good On You
Where Love Begins
Farewell Party

Pick The Wildwood Flower
Her Body Couldn't Keep You (Off My Mind)
Fourteen Carat Mind

I Don't Need A Thing At All
One Sided Conversations
Because You Believed In Me
The Old Man And his Horn
Cowboys Don't Get Lucky All The Time
(From The Convoy Sountrack)
No One WIll Ever Know
Raisin' Cane In Texas
Bedroom Ballad
You Could Know As Much About A Stranger
Bad Water


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