Leon Payne (Alba, TX, June 15, 1917 – September 11, 1969), "the Blind Balladeer", was an American country music singer and songwriter.
He wrote hundreds of country songs in a prolific career that lasted from 1941 until his death in 1969. He is perhaps best known for his hits "I Love You Because", "You've Still Got a Place in My Heart" and the 1948 song "Lost Highway", a song made famous by Hank Williams in 1949.
|1||Play on spotify||I Love You Because||1,876 listeners|
|2||Play on spotify||Lost Highway||429 listeners|
|3||Play on spotify||I'm a Lone Wolf||246 listeners|
|4||Play on spotify||They'll Never Take Her Love From Me||82 listeners|
|5||Empty Dreams||54 listeners|
|6||You Are the One||48 listeners|
|7||Crazy Arms||43 listeners|
|8||Play on spotify||Empty Arms||40 listeners|
|9||Poke Salad Green||36 listeners|
|10||Don't Try It||36 listeners|