Willie Nelson and Family

Willie Nelson and Family is a 1971 album by country singer Willie Nelson.

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    Though a family be a thousand, there can be only one in charge.
    Chinese proverb.

    The victors and the vanquished then the storm it tossed and tore,
    As hard they strove, those worn-out men, upon that surly shore;
    Dead Nelson and his half-dead crew, his foes from near and far,
    Were rolled together on the deep that night at Trafalgar!
    Thomas Hardy (1840–1928)