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Patsy Cline gone way to soon. I love her music as it is truly country and western. She could sing a song and you could always hear that cry and heartbreak in her music. That kind of singer will touch your soul and you will never be the same again. How I love my music.

"I recorded a song called, 'I Fall to Pieces,' and I was in a car wreck. Now I'm worried because I have a brand-new record, and it's called 'Crazy!'" Patsy Cline.

The house has been renovated and redecorated to look the way that it did when Cline resided there. At the time, all four family members lived in the one upstairs bedroom. They shared one four-drawer dresser for all of their things.

On 7/1/1955 Patsy Cline made her network television debut on the short-lived television version of the Grand Ole Opry on ABC-TV. Later that year, while looking for material for her first album, Patsy Cline, "Walkin' After Midnight" appeared, written by Donn Hecht & Alan Block. Cline initially did not like the song because it was, according to her, "just a little old pop song." However, the song's writers & record label insisted that she record it.

"Im on a Honky Tonk Merry~Go~Round makin' every spot in Town, Starting out early coming home late.! ~That was her schedule quite sure..

Patsy Cline - top three best female singer...

Patsy Cline- I can admit I like a weee bit o country, but this is old school, and the voice of an angel!

PATSY CLINE : NO one could bring out raw emotions of loss and sadness better than Patsy. Tragically died way too young from a plane crash

Thank you, Helen, my facebook friend, for pointing me to this Patsy Cline song ... a tune you hummed as you read "Falling to Pieces." lol

"Crazy" sung by Patsy Cline and written by Willie Nelson. Her voice was totally unique. This was a MAJOR hit in 1961.

Patsy Cline "CRAZY" one of the number one requested songs asked to be played in my years of being a DJ...(VIDEO)

The only thing different, the only thing new: I've got these little things, She's Got You.