Country Disco: 15 Great, Wild and WTF Songs

From Conway Twitty's "Tight Fittin' Jeans" to Dolly Parton's "Baby I'm Burnin'"

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Connie Smith, "I Just Want to Be Your Everything"

When 19-year-old Andy Gibb cut older brother Barry's "I Just Want to Be Your Everything" as his debut single in 1977 he had his first Number One hit. A few months later, Grand Ole Opry star Connie Smith, whose career had been built on tear-stained traditional country since her own Number One debut, "Once a Day," in 1964, surprised fans with a bubbly, danceable take on "Everything." Smith would burn out on recording and touring for a few years but peppered this unlikely dance-floor hit – her last Top 20 entry – with typically effusive country charm and sweetness. S.B.

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