Posts Tagged ‘Patsy Cline’

Seven Lonely Days

November 20, 2021

“Seven Lonely Days,” written by Alden Shuman, Marshall Brown, and Earl Shuman, recorded by Patsy Cline and the Jordanaires, 1961.

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I Love You Honey

September 23, 2018

“I Love You Honey,” written by Eddie Miller, recorded by Patsy Cline, 1956.

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Christmas Without You

December 24, 2014

“Christmas Without You,” written by Lawton Jiles and Buster Beam, sung by Luanne Hunt. The song was originally meant for Patsy Cline, who later recorded the tune with different lyrics as “How Can I Face Tomorrow?

More:

“Patsy Cline’s Lost Christmas Song Lands In Top 20 On European Chart,” Dan Harr, Nashville Music News

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