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Cindy Walker

The dean of Texas songwriting, Cindy Walker wrote over 100 country songs, including “Dream Baby (JUST HOW LONG SHOULD I Dream),” “Bubbles in my own Beverage,” “Take Me personally in Your Hands (And Hold Me personally),” and “Within the Misty Moonlight,” included in Lone Superstar institutions like Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys, Ernest Tubb, and Al Dexter, in addition to Eddy Arnold and Hank Snow. Delivered in Mexia, TX, in 1925, Walker had written a lot more than two dozen tracks for Wills, and released her very own singer/songwriter album, Phrases and Music, in 1964. She actually is an associate of the united states Music Association Hall of Popularity.

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