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Blue Norther Play
Blue Norther (3:09)
Country
© Ken Osheim
Song about a cold winter's night and how good it feels to have the lady he loves, in his arms.


Credits: Vocals by Ken Osheim

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The Colour of Love Play
The Colour of Love (3:14)
Country
© Ken Osheim
A man over-hears a conversation in the park between a man and his daughter. She asks him "what color is love Daddy?" This makes the man think about the question himself and he realizes, his lady is the color of love.


Credits: Vocals by Ken Osheim

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Tears On My Pillow (Valerie Lynn on Vocals) Play
Tears On My Pillow (Valerie Lynn on Vocals) (4:27)
Country
© Ken Osheim and Valerie Lynn
Country ballad reminicent of Country Classics of the past. This song makes the listener cry with Val as she sings about lost love and trying to pick up the pieces.


Credits: Written by Ken Osheim and Valerie Lynn, Vocals by Valerie Lynn

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Damn It All Play
Damn It All (3:43)
Country
© Ken Osheim and Bobby Hearn
I just can't seem to get you off my mind, Damn it all


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Cherokee Amazing Grace Play
Cherokee Amazing Grace (4:53)
Country
© Public Domain
The Gospel song, Amazing Grace, performed in Cherokee, the langauge of the Native American tribe in the United Sates. This was the ONLY song the Cherokee Nation was allowed to sing in their own langauge as they were being forced to relocated to Oklahoma in 1838-39 on the now infamous, Trail of Tears.


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