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  1. Find Jessi Colter best songs, old and new, plus top hits and full song list at AllMusic.

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      Jessi Colter Sings Just for Kids: Songs from Around the...

  2. Popular Jessi Colter songs. I'm Not Lisa. Jessi Colter. Ace in the Hole. Struggle Jennings & Brianna Harness. Storms Never Last. Jessi Colter. I Thought I Heard You Calling My Name. Jessi...

    • "Please Carry Me Home"
    • "Why You Been Gone So Long"
    • "Healing Hands of Time"
    • "Is There Any Way (You'd Stay Forever)"
    • "That's The Way A Cowboy Rocks and Rolls"
    • "Hold Back The Tears"
    • "I Ain't The One"
    • "I Thought I Heard You Calling My Name"
    • "What's Happened to Blue Eyes"
    • "I'm Not Lisa"

    Shooter celebrates a family tradition and exposes a new generation of fans to his mom's amazing voice on this memorable duet.

    A big part of the outlaw movement was a push for artists to choose what songs they recorded. Notice the quality of songwriters Colter turned to throughout her career. The great Mickey Newbury wrote this particular song.

    Colter's mighty voice and as sad a steel guitar arrangement as you'll ever hear, allow her to make a solid Willie Nelson composition sound better than ever before.

    Colter's range goes beyond heartfelt ballads. She's as great when singing an upbeat anthem like this song or "Without You."

    This Tony Joe White composition becomes a beautiful and layered recording under Colter's watch. Her lush interpretation is the next best thing to a great Emmylou Harris song. Colter brought the right voice and mood to one of the better country-sounding Neil Young compositions off his 1977 album American Stars N' Bars. Read More: Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter Sing Their Final Duet, 'Storms Never Last'

    Of the numerous Waylon duets in Colter's catalog, this engaging conversation between two tough customers stands above the rest.

    All this talk of outlaws doesn't mean Colter hollered over whiskey-swilling stompers. Most of her material furthered country music's legacy of slower tempo love songs, as exemplified by her interpretation of this all-time classic.

    Among Colter's great artistic statements hides this punchy, fun, and pop-accessible song Dolly Parton probably wishes she'd recorded first.

    It's hard to miss with a hit-worthy song built around a great singer and gorgeous piano accompaniment. That's why Colter's first big solo hit remains her best.

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  3. The discography of American country singer Jessi Colter consists of eleven studio albums, three compilation albums, twenty six singles, fourteen other appearances, and one other charted song. After marrying guitarist Duane Eddy in 1961, Colter recorded two singles and toured with Eddy until divorcing in 1968.

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