Nashville Rebel

Album: Nashville Rebel soundtrack (1966)
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  • Waylon Jennings recorded this for the 1966 film of the same name. Jennings recorded the soundtrack for the film and also starred in it. The film was a commercial bust. The song was written by famed Country songwriter Harlan Howard - in the movie, Jennings' character is named "Arlan." >>
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