Oak Ridge Boys

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List Of Number-one Country Albums Of 1984 (U.S.)
... April 14 Roll On Alabama April 21 Roll On Alabama April 28 Deliver The Oak Ridge Boys May 4 Deliver The Oak Ridge Boys May 11 Deliver The Oak Ridge Boys May 18 Deliver The Oak Ridge Boys May 25 Deliver The Oak ...
The Oak Ridge Boys Discography - Compilation Albums
... Certifications US Country US CAN Country The Sensational Oak Ridge Boys Release date 1975 Label Gusto Records Formats LP, 8-track — — — The Best of The Oak Ridge Boys Release date 1978 ...
1987 In Country Music - Top Hits of The Year - Singles Released By American Artists
... Some Blues for You Charley Pride 39 ... He's Letting Go Baillie the Boys 25 ... Homecoming '63 Keith Whitley 12 ... House of Blue Lights Asleep at the Wheel 1 ... How Do I Turn You On Ronnie Milsap 3 ... I Can't ... Thomas Conley 4 ... Then It's Love Don Williams 2 ... This Crazy Love The Oak Ridge Boys 1 ... Those Memories of You Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris 1 ... Three Time Loser Dan Seals 10 ... Till ...
1984 In Country Music - Top Hits of The Year - Singles Released By American Artists
3 2 B-B-B-Burnin' Up with Love Eddie Rabbitt 10 ... Between Two Fires Gary Morris 26 ... Boys Like You Gail Davies 2 ... Buried Treasure Kenny Rogers 3 ... Candy Man Charly McClain with Mickey Gilley 1 ... Chance of Lovin ... Have One Charley Pride 1 ... Everyday The Oak Ridge Boys 16 ... Faithless Love Glen Campbell 5 ... Fool's Gold Lee Greenwood 18 ... Forever Again Gene Watson 30 ... Forever You ... Brothers 1 ... Only a Lonely Heart Knows Barbara Mandrell 1 ... Ozark Mountain Jubilee The Oak Ridge Boys 12 ... Pins Needles The Whites 9 ... Pledging My Love ...
Feels So Right - Chart Performance - Singles
... Willie Nelson Seven Year Ache by Rosanne Cash Fancy Free by The Oak Ridge Boys Fancy Free by The Oak Ridge Boys Fancy Free by The Oak Ridge Boys Share Your Love by Kenny Rogers There's No Gettin' Over Me by ...

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    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    Yet poetry, though the last and finest result, is a natural fruit. As naturally as the oak bears an acorn, and the vine a gourd, man bears a poem, either spoken or done. It is the chief and most memorable success, for history is but a prose narrative of poetic deeds.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

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