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Topic - Jimmy Mcdonough
But even with this last hokey tune, Mr. McDonough says, "Wynette invests this song with such feeling that anybody with half a heart would have to acknowledge the sheer conviction on display, the utter reality of her pain."
"Tragic Country Queen" is best enjoyed accompanied by YouTube or other Internet sites where readers can watch and hear Wynette perform her songs as Mr. McDonough tells the stories of their production.