Lois Johnson is an American country music singer from Maynardville, Tennessee. She recorded for different labels between 1969 and 1978, and charted twenty singles on the Hot Country Songs charts. Her highest chart peak was "Loving You Will Never Grow Old", which reached number six in 1975. Johnson toured with Hank Williams, Jr. between 1970 and 1973. Singles: Year Single Chart Positions US Country CAN Country 1969 "Softly and Tenderly" 74 -- 1970 "When He Touches Me (Nothing Else Matters)" 48 -- 1971 "From Warm to Cool to Cold" 65 -- 1972 "Rain-Rain" 63 -- 1973 "Love Will Stand" 97 -- 1974 "Come On In and Let Me Love You" 19 -- "Loving You Will Never Grow Old" 6 10 1975 "You Know Just What I'd Do" 48 -- "Hope for the Flowers" 95 -- "The Door Is Always Open" 70 -- 1976 "Weep No More My Baby" 87 -- 1977 "Your Pretty Roses Came Too Late" 20 -- "I Hate Goodbyes" 40 -- "All the Love We Threw Away" (with Bill Rice) 97 -- 1978 "When I Need You" 63 -- Guest singles: Year Single Collaborator Chart Positions Album US Country CAN Country 1970 "Removing the Shadow" Hank Williams, Jr. 23 27 Removing the Shadow "So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)" 12 14 1971 "Send Me Some Lovin'" 14 31 Send Me Some Lovin' and a Whole Lotta Loving 1972 "Whole Lotta Loving" 22 25

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