WWII is a duet album by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson, released on RCA Victor in 1982. Featuring six solo Jennings songs and five duet tracks, it was originally intended to be, as the title suggests, a continuation of or sequel of sorts to 1978's extremely successful Waylon & Willie. Chips Moman, who had produced Jennings' Black on Black and, famously, Nelson's Always on My Mind several months before, produced the album with Jennings' assistance. The songs themselves were mostly recorded in December 1981 at Moman's Studio in Nashville. Ultimately, the record failed to have as major an impact as Waylon & Willie and was much less successful than the 1978 release, though it did reach #3 on the country charts, with Otis Redding's " the Dock of the Bay" peaking at #13.