Gene Watson

Gene Watson (born October 11, 1943) is an American country singer. He is most famous for his 1975 hit "Love in the Hot Afternoon" and his 1982 hit "Fourteen Carat Mind." [edit] Biography Watson was born in Palestine, Texas, in 1943 and began his music career in the early 1970s, performing in local clubs at night while working in a Houston auto body shop during the day. He only recorded for a few small, regional record labels until 1974, when Capitol Records picked up his album Love in the Hot Afternoon and released it nationally.
Matters of the Heart
Fourteen Carat Mind
Sometimes I Get Lucky and Forget
Maybe I Should Have Been Listening
You Sure Make Cheatin' Seem Easy
You're Just Anonther Beer Drinkin' Song
The Girl I Used to Run Around On
'Till Melinda Comes Around
Roads and Other Reasons
Baby Me Baby
You Waltzed Yourself Right Into My Life
If I Where You I'd Fall in Love With Me
Lonely Me
From Cotton to Satin
Come Back Home
Somethin' 'Bout Bein' Gone
Thinking About Leaving
Memories to Burn
Memories to Burn
The Note
Cold Summer Day in Georgia
If I Painted a Picture
I Want My Rib Back
Stranger in Our House Tonight
The New York Times
Speak of the Devil
Get Along Little Doggie
At Last
At Last
You Can't Take It With You When You Go
A Gifted Hand
You Can't Get Arrested in Nashville
She's Leavin' Looking Good
This Could Go on Forever
I Catch Myself
Workin' the End of a Hoe
Only Yesterday
This Country's Bigger Than Texas
Little by Little
Little by Little
My Memories of You
The Chesapeake Bay
Leavin's Been Comin' (For a long, long Time)
The Ballad of Richard Lindsey
With Any Luck at All
Growing Apart
She Has No Memory of Me