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  6. Pretty Miss Norma Jean: "I Cried All the Way to the Bank" 21 — "I Wouldn't Buy a Used Car from Him" 8 — "You're Driving Me Out of My Mind" 41 — Please Don't Hurt Me: "The Shirt" 28 — "Pursuing Happiness" 28 — Jackson Ain't a Very Big Town "Don't Let That Doorknob Hit You" 24 — "Conscience Keep an Eye on Me"
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  8. I didn't mean to bring you shame didn't mean to hurt your name The Country’s Favorite Norma Jean Beasler. 2. Just Like I Knew 3. Why Don’t You Love Me 4.
  9. Norma Jean’s last major country hits came later in , with “Don’t Let That Doorknob Hit You” and “Heaven Help the Working Girl.” After that, her presence on the country charts and radio stations was minimal. Nevertheless, she continued to release albums regularly through the early ‘70s.

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