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Radney Foster

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Biography

Radney Foster (born July 20, 1959, Del Rio, Texas) is an American singer-songwriter and music producer. Initially a songwriter in Nashville, Foster made his recording debut in 1986 as one half of the Foster & Lloyd duo, recording three studio albums and with nine singles on the US country charts. From 1992 to 2010, Foster pursued a successful solo career. In December 2010, he rejoined the Foster & Lloyd duo and they released the album "It's Already Tomorrow" in 2011.

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Top Songs

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    You said this ain't over yet
    I've said things that I'll regret
    Won't be easy to forget
    Scars take time to heal
    Before another bitter word gets used
    Nobody Wins  -  18,822 plays
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    Just call me lonesome, heartbroke and then some
    'Cause I ain't got no one, since you've been gone
    You called me baby, now I've got a new name
    I don't need my old one, call me lonesome from now on
    You used to call me, your one and only
    Just Call Me Lonesome  -  11,637 plays
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    Radney Foster vocals/acoustic guitar
    Jay Joyce guitar
    Rami Jaffee keyboards
    Bob Glaub bass
    Chad Cromwell drums
    Raining On Sunday  -  10,326 plays
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    When I was just a boy, my granddaddy took me to town one afternoon
    He drove an LTD, wore a big white Stetson, and two-tone cowboy boots
    He said son "Here goes" and handed me a twenty just to see the look on my face
    He said, "Don't tell your mama nothin' about it, don't spend it all in one place."
    You see it takes foldin' money to get the deal done
    Folding Money  -  7,243 plays
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    The Mississippi moves a whole lot slower than you think
    I've been to Memphis and rode it clean down to New Orleans
    I'd bet a Ben Franklin, I've seen the whole world in between
    But I ain't seen you in God knows when
    Too much of that bootleg liquor, not near enough champagne
    God Knows When  -  6,736 plays
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