|Title:||Strangers Nine To Five / Mr. Do-It-Yourself|
|Category:||World, Folk, Country|
|Other format:||AU WMA MMF DTS DXD VOC FLAC|
|Strangers Nine To Five||2:37|
|5769||Jean Shepard & Ray Pillow||Jean Shepard & Ray Pillow - Strangers Nine To Five / Mr. Do-It-Yourself (7")||Capitol Records||5769||US||1966|
|5769||Jean Shepard & Ray Pillow||Jean Shepard & Ray Pillow - Strangers Nine To Five (7", Promo)||Capitol Records||5769||USA & Canada||1966|
|5769||Jean Shepard & Ray Pillow||Jean Shepard & Ray Pillow - Strangers Nine To Five (7", Single)||Capitol Records||5769||US||1966|
A Strangers Nine To Five 2:37. B Mr. Do-It-Yourself. Jean Shepard & Ray Pillow -Strangers Nine To Five, Mr. Do-It-Yourself (7"). Jean Shepard & Ray Pillow -Strangers Nine To Five (7", Promo).
In 1966, Shepard recorded a duet with country singer Ray Pillow titled, "I'll Take the Dog", which peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard country chart .
Complete your Jean Shepard, Ray Pillow collection. Strangers Nine To Five. The Corner Of Despair. .
Stranger Nine To Five video. It's all that I can do to keep from kissing you When I see you say I love you with your eyes Just one tender touch would show I care too much So we must act like strangers nine to five.
Ray Pillow (born July 4, 1937) is an American country music singer who has also worked as a music publisher and A&R representative. In his career, he has charted eighteen times on the Billboard country singles charts, with his highest-peaking song being the No. 9 "I'll Take the Dog," a duet with Jean Shepard. Through his record label, Pillow has released two albums, including Ray Pillow Live and his recent studio effort containing new material, Country Class. "Mr. Do It Yourself" (with Jean Shepard). I Just Want to Be Alone". 56. - "Gone with the Wine".
Album Perfect Strangers. Perfect Strangers Lyrics. Can you remember Remember my name As I flow through your life A thousand oceans I have flown. And if you hear me talking on the wind You've got to understand We must remain Perfect Strangers. I know I must remain inside this silent well of sorrow A strand of silver hanging through the sky Touching more than you see. The voice of ages in your mind Is aching with the dead of the night Precious life (your tears are lost in falling rain). About Perfect Strangers.
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