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  • May 19, 1969
    Roger Miller records "Where Have All The Average People Gone" in Nashville
    Aug 4, 1969
    Jerry Lee Lewis records "She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye" at the Monument Studios in Nashville
    Oct 20, 1969
    Jerry Lee Lewis records "Once More With Feeling" in a late-night session at the Monument Studio in Nashville
    Jun 10, 1970
    Roger Miller records "South"--referencing Joe South in the process--and "Tomorrow Night In Baltimore" during a 6 p.m. session at Nashville's Jack Clement Studios
    Jan 14, 1972
    Jerry Lee Lewis records "Chantilly Lace" at the Mercury Recording Studio in Nashville
    Jan 25, 1973
    Roger Miller records "Open Up Your Heart" for Smash Records at the Mercury Studios in Nashville. He cuts the hit version of the song three months later after moving to Columbia Records

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