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  1. Mujinn
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  2. Kikus
    Song information for A Dear John Letter - Jean Shepard on AllMusic.
  3. Mami
    A Dear John Letter. Jean Shepard & Ferlin Husky. View more info In the same key as the original: C # Country # 50's # Play the karaoke of A This title is a cover of A Dear John Letter as made famous by Jean Shepard. Share your thoughts about A Dear John Letter. Log in to leave a reply. You may also like I'll Wait For You.
  4. Molabar
    [ duet with Ferlin Husky ] Dear John oh how I hate to write dear John I must let you know tonight That my love for you has died away like grass upon the lawn And tonight I wed another dear John I was overseas in battle when the postman came to me And he handed me a letter .
  5. Moogura
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  6. Nikogal
    "A Dear John Letter" was performed as a duet by the two performers, with Husky speaking his part while Shepard sang hers. "Dear John" was released in and was a big bayhatexpxychworkjusriedaimextingveccomp.co: Country.
  7. Fenrisida
    Ollie Imogene Shepard (born November 21, ), better known as Jean Shepard, is an American honky tonk singer-songwriter who was a pioneer for women in country music. Shepard released a total of 73 singles to the Hot Country Songs chart, one of which reached the No. 1 spot.
  8. Malazshura
    "A Dear John Letter", or "Dear John" is the name of a popular country music song, written by Billy Barton, Fuzzy Owen and Lewis Talley. It was popularized by Ferlin Husky and Jean Shepard, and was a crossover country-pop hit in The song played on the concept of a Dear John letter while referencing the United States' involvement in the.