Holly Ridge

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1989 In Country Music - Top Hits of The Year - Singles Released By American Artists
... the Reasons Why Highway 32 ... An American Family The Oak Ridge Boys 29 ... And So It Goes John Denver with Nitty Gritty Dirt Band 5 ... Any Way the Wind Blows Southern Pacific 6 ... Are You ... Raven 1 ... Is It Still Over? Randy Travis 11 ? (It's Always Gonna Be) Someday Holly Dunn 1 ... It's Just a Matter of Time Randy Travis 1 ... Killin' Time Clint Black 3 ... Let It Be You Ricky Skaggs 1 ... Let Me Tell You ... It Is Billy Joe Royal 8 ... There Goes My Heart Again Holly Dunn 7 ? There's a Tear in My Beer Hank Williams, Jr ...
1987 In Country Music - Top Hits of The Year - Singles Released By American Artists
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Holly Ridge, Mississippi - Blues History
... The early Delta blues guitarist and singer, Charlie Patton (1891–1934), is buried in Holly Ridge ...

Famous quotes containing the words ridge and/or holly:

    The light passes
    from ridge to ridge,
    from flower to flower—
    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)

    and the oxen near
    The worn foundations of their resting-place,
    The holy manger where their bed is corn
    And holly torn for Christmas. If they die,
    As Jesus, in the harness, who will mourn?
    Lamb of the shepherds, Child, how still you lie.
    Robert Lowell (1917–1977)