Rub It In (album)
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|Rub It In|
|Studio album by Billy "Crash" Craddock|
|Billy "Crash" Craddock chronology|
Rub It In is a country album by Billy "Crash" Craddock. It was released in 1974 on ABC Records. It was produced by Ron Chancey. The album yielded two singles that went to #1 on the country music charts, "Rub It In" and "Ruby Baby".
- "Rub It In"
- "Walk When Love Walks"
- "Ruby Baby"
- "Stop! If You Love Me"
- "Farmer's Daughter"
- "Quarter 'Til 3"
- "Walk Your Kisses"
- "It's Hard To Love A Hungry, Worried Man"
- "Arkansas Red"
- "Home Is Such A Lonely Place To Go"
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