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MESA, Ariz. (AP) _ Country singer Waylon Jennings was laid to rest Friday following a private graveside service in this Phoenix suburb.

Jennings, whose hits included ``Good-Hearted Woman'' and ``Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys,'' died Wednesday at his Arizona home after a long battle with diabetes-related health problems. He was 64.

Jennings' spokeswoman Schatzi Hageman said the singer was buried after the graveside service. She declined to provide details, saying that Jennings' final wish was for a quiet funeral without fanfare.

Jennings' widow, Jessi Colter, said through Hageman that she hoped to disclose plans next week for a public memorial service in Nashville.

Jennings and Colter sold their home in Nashville more than a year ago and moved to suburban Chandler.