Don Williams 10 Essential Songs

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If Hollywood Don’t Need You: Williams had his 13th Number One hit with Bob McDill’s “If Hollywood Don’t Need You.

Good Ole Boys Like Me: One of the greatest country songs of all time, this sweet.

I Believe in You: I Believe in You” was the biggest record of Williams’ career – a country chart-topper.

Love Is on a Roll”: A key to Williams’ success with country audiences.

Tulsa Time: The “Gentle Giant” toughened up on “Tulsa Time.

Some Broken Hearts Never Mend: In spite of its breezy tune, light-as-a-feather production and Williams’ toasty-warm vocals.

You’re My Best Friend: After Williams’ breakthrough in 1974, he returned the next April with the release of You’re My Best Friend.

Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good: Williams sang so softly and easily.

If I Needed You: Written by Townes Van Zandt.

Til the Rivers All Run Dry: Williams’ easygoing proclamations of love had a way of feeling timeless.

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