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Connie Smith


My Part of Forever (vol. 1)
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  • CD1: 1. Ain't Love a Good Thing
  • CD1: 2. Pass Me By (If You're Only Passing Through)
  • CD1: 3. I Got a Lot of Hurtin' Done Today
  • CD1: 4. Did We Have to Come This Far (To Say Goodbye)
  • CD1: 5. ('Til) I Kissed You
  • CD1: 6. I Still Feel the Same About You
  • CD1: 7. A Far Cry from You
  • CD1: 8. I've Got My Baby On My Mind
  • CD1: 9. You Crossed My Mind a Thousand Times Today
  • CD1: 10. The House Where Love Shines
  • CD1: 11. A Picture of Me Without You
  • CD1: 12. Dallas
  • CD1: 13. Thanks a Lot for Trying Anyway
  • CD1: 14. I Don't Wanna Talk It Over Anymore
  • CD1: 15. You've Got Me (Right Where You Want Me)
  • CD1: 16. Searching (For Someone Like You)
  • CD1: 17. That's the Way Love Goes
  • CD1: 18. When You Hurt Me More Than I Love You
  • CD1: 19. I'll Still Be Missing You
  • CD1: 20. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)
  • CD1: 21. I Never Knew (What That Song Meant Before)
  • CD1: 22. The Latest Shade of Blue
  • CD1: 23. I'm All Wrapped Up In You
  • CD1: 24. It's Not Easy to Say Goodbye
  • CD1: 25. A House of Gold
  • CD2: 1. Long Line of Heartaches
  • CD2: 2. Anymore
  • CD2: 3. My Part of Forever
  • CD2: 4. When a House Is Not a Home
  • CD2: 5. Your Light
  • CD2: 6. The Pain of A Broken Heart
  • CD2: 7. Ain't You Even Gonna Cry
  • CD2: 8. Love's Not Everything
  • CD2: 9. Hearts Like Ours
  • CD2: 10. How Long
  • CD2: 11. What's a Heart Like You (Doing in a Fool Like Me)
  • CD2: 12. I"m Not Blue
  • CD2: 13. I Thought I Heard You Calling My Name
  • CD2: 14. Blue Heartaches
  • CD2: 15. Take My Hand
  • CD2: 16. The Race Is On
  • CD2: 17. I Never Once Stopped Loving You
  • CD2: 18. Louisiana Man
  • CD2: 19. Cincinnati, Ohio
  • CD2: 20. Just For What I Am
  • CD2: 21. Where Is My Castle
  • CD2: 22. Long, Black Limousine
  • CD2: 23. Once a Day
  • CD2: 24. Amazing Grace
  • CD2: 25. How Great Thou Art

My Part of Forever (vol. 1)

All 50 songs were chosen by Connie for her collection.

This collection, mainly of recordings from the 1970s, with a bonus of later tracks recorded for Warner Bros. in the mid-1990s, Sugar Hill in 2011 and rare lost radio performances from the early 1970s, shows beyond a doubt, that Connie Smith is to be regarded alongside Tammy Wynette, Dolly Parton, Kitty Wells, Emmylou Harris and Loretta Lynn as a true country music icon.

Complete List of Connie Smith Albums