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Gary Morris (born December 7, 1948) is an American country music singer. His peak years were the 1980s. His first big hit was "Headed For A Heartache" in 1981. Other hits included "Baby Bye Bye," "Second Hand Heart," "Between Two Fires" (all from the 1984 album Faded Blue); "I'll Never Stop Loving You", "Velvet Chains", and "100% Chance of Rain." He also had two smash duets with Crystal Gayle: "Makin' Up For Lost Time" and "(You Take Me Away) To Another World". His son Matthew Morris also is a singer.
Morris is one of various singers to have recorded "The Wind Beneath My Wings." He is also well-known as the second Jean Valjean in the Broadway production of Les MisÃ©rables, where he replaced Colm Wilkinson in the role. He is featured on the Complete Symphonic Recording of the musical.