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Sing me back home

He was born a poor Okie boy, grew up in poverty in a boxcar in Bakersfield, California, then moved on to serve a prison sentence in San Quintin. Only then did he become the most popular country music singer-songwriter in the nation. It is the poor-boy-made-good, Merle Haggard, who gives us Sing Me Back Home - his beautiful, funny, searching and intensely honest autobiography.

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  • "He was born a poor Okie boy, grew up in poverty in a boxcar in Bakersfield, California, then moved on to serve a prison sentence in San Quintin. Only then did he become the most popular country music singer-songwriter in the nation. It is the poor-boy-made-good, Merle Haggard, who gives us Sing Me Back Home - his beautiful, funny, searching and intensely honest autobiography."@en

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  • "Sing me back home"
  • "Sing me back home"@en
  • "Sing me back home : my story"@en
  • "Sing me back home : my story"
  • "Sing me back home: my story"
  • "Sing Me Back Home"@en
  • "Sing me back home : my life"
  • "Sing me back home my story"@en