A3. –Margie Singleton. My Love For You. B3. –Zeke Clements. Return to Red River Valley. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.
A1 –David Houston All I Do Is Dream Of You A2 –David Houston Waited So Long A3 –Margie Singleton Our Little Secret A4 –Ginny Wright I Love You A5 –Willie Nelson Man With The Blues B1 –Warner Mack Someone Somewhere B2 –Warner Mack My Love For You B3 –Zeke Clements Texas Swing B4 –Zeke. David Houston, Margie Singleton, Jim Reeves, Willie Nelson, Warner Mack, Zeke Clements -Country and Western Jubilee (LP, Mono). Label Category Country Year.
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Country Western Classics.
|1||–David Houston||All I Do Is Dream Of You|
|2||–David Houston||Waited So Long|
|3||–Margie Singleton||Our Little Secret|
|4||–Ginny Wright With Jim Reeves||I Love You|
|5||–Willie Nelson||Man With The Blues|
|6||–Warner Mack||Someone Somewhere|
|7||–Warner Mack||My Love For You|
|8||–Zeke Clements||Texas Swing|
|9||–Zeke Clements||Return to Red River Valley|
|10||–Zeke Clements||Lonesome World|
|GS 1478||David Houston, Margie Singleton, Ginny Wright, Jim Reeves, Willie Nelson, Warner Mack, Zeke Clements||David Houston, Margie Singleton, Ginny Wright, Jim Reeves, Willie Nelson, Warner Mack, Zeke Clements - Country and Western Jubilee (LP)||Guest Star||GS 1478||US||Unknown|