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Crystal Gayle|Hollywood, Tennessee

Hollywood, Tennessee

Crystal Gayle

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Hollywood, Tennessee features the Top Ten hits "You Never Gave Up on Me," "Livin' in These Troubled Times" and "The Woman in Me," as well as a cover of the Bill Withers classic "Ain't No Sunshine."
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1
Keepin' Power
00:03:07

Roger Cook, Composer - Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Bobby Wood, Composer

© 1981 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1981 Crystal Gayle

2
The Woman In Me
00:02:32

Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Susan Marie Thomas, Composer

© 1981 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1981 Crystal Gayle

3
Ain't No Sunshine
00:03:31

Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Bill Withers, Composer

© 1981 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1981 Crystal Gayle

4
You Never Gave Up On Me
00:03:12

Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Leslie Pearl, Composer

© 1981 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1981 Crystal Gayle

5
Hollywood
00:02:30

Roger Cook, Composer - Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Charles Cochran, Composer

© 1981 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1981 Crystal Gayle

6
Livin' In These Troubled Times
00:03:15

Sam Hogin, Composer - Roger Cook, Composer - Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Phillip Donnelly, Composer

© 1981 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1981 Crystal Gayle

7
Love Crazy Love
00:02:40

Rafe Van Hoy, Composer - Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Deborah Allen, Composer

© 1981 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1981 Crystal Gayle

8
Lean On Me
00:02:43

Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Bill Withers, Composer

© 1981 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1981 Crystal Gayle

9
Crying In The Rain
00:02:20

Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Carole King, Composer - Howard Greenfield, Composer

© 1981 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1981 Crystal Gayle

10
Tennessee
00:01:58

Roger Cook, Composer - Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist

© 1981 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1981 Crystal Gayle

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