Patsy Cline
September 8, 1932 -
March 5, 1963

Y
~ Gone too soon ... but
what a legacy she left ~

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Have your speakers on to hear PATSY CLINE sing Bob Montgomery's
"BACK IN BABY'S ARMS"
Decca/MCA Records

See Patsy Cline Song LYRICS Below . . .

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Harlan Howard and Hank Cochran's
I Fall to Pieces
                               
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December 1956 : Patsy at the Hi-Fi console at her mother Hilda
Hensley's Winchester, VA, home, rehearses songs for Arthur
Godfrey's Talent Scouts
, on which she appeared in January 1957 .

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT PATSY, BE SURE TO VISIT 
LETTERS . . .
Her correspondence with Trudy, Marie and Treva is more than revealing...

THIS IS WHERE PATSY AND CHARLIE LISTENED TO MUSIC,
WATCHED TV AND ENTERTAINED...
THIS IS WHERE PATSY AND CHARLIE
LISTENED TO MUSIC, WATCHED TV AND ENTERTAINED...
The "Music Room" was on the lower level of Patsy's "Dream House"
on Nella Drive in Goodlettsville, TN :
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COURTESY OF THE GRAND OLE OPRY MUSEUM

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See Patsy Cline Sing Willie Nelson's "Crazy" (MCA Records) 

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While  enjoying the definitive 
biography of Patsy Cline, 
why not enjoy Patsy Cline's 
favorite soft drink?

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LYRICS

en00354_.wmf (5218 bytes)Walkin' After Midnight
(Donn Hecht, Alan BlockDonn Hecht, Alan Block; Four-Star/Acuff-Rose Music)

I go out walkin’ after midnight,
Out in the moonlight, just like we used to do,
I'm always walkin’ after midnight searchin’ for you.

I walk for miles along the highway,
Well, that's just my way of sayin’ "I love you,"
I'm always walkin’ after midnight searchin’ for you.

I stop to see a weepin’ willow cryin’ on his pillow,
Maybe he's cryin’ for me;
And as the skies turn gloomy, night winds whisper to me,
I'm lonesome as I can be.

I go out walkin’ after midnight,
Out in the moonlight, just hopin’ you may be
Somewhere a-walkin’ after midnight searchin’ for me.

 

  en00354_.wmf (5218 bytes) I Fall to Pieces
(Harlan Howard, Hank Cochran; Sony-Tree Music)

I fall to pieces
Each time I see you again.
I fall to pieces,
How can I be just your friend?
You want me to act like we've never kissed,
You want me to forget,
Pretend we've never met,
And I've tried and I've tried, but I haven't yet.
You walk by and I fall to pieces.

I fall to pieces
Each time someone speaks your name.
I fall to pieces,
Time only adds to the flame.
You tell me to find someone else to love,
Someone who'll love me too,
The way you used to do.
But each time I go out with someone new,
You walk by and I fall to pieces,
You walk by and I fall to pieces.

 

   en00354_.wmf (5218 bytes)  Crazy
(Willie Nelson; Sony-Tree Music)

Crazy,
I'm crazy for feelin’ so lonely.
I'm crazy,
Crazy for feelin’ so blue.
I knew you'd love me as long as you wanted,
And then someday, you'd leave me for somebody new.

Worry,
Why do I let myself worry?
Wonderin’,
What in the world did I do?
Oh, crazy,
For thinkin’ that my love could hold you.

I'm crazy for tryin’,
And crazy for cryin’,
And I'm crazy for lovin you.
Crazy,
For thinkin’ that my love could hold you.

  en00354_.wmf (5218 bytes) Faded Love
(Bob Wills, John Wills; Warner-Chappell Music)

As I look at the letters that you wrote to me,
It's you that I am thinking of.
As I read the lines that to me were so dear,
I remember our faded love.

I miss you darlin’, more and more ev’ry day,
As heaven would miss the stars the above;
With every heartbeat, I still think of you,
And remember our faded love.

As I think of the past and all the pleasures we had,
As I watched the mating of the dove,
It was in the springtime that you said goodbye,
I remember our faded love.

I miss you darlin’, more and more ev’ry day,
As heaven would miss the stars the above;
With every heartbeat, I still think of you,
And remember our faded love,
And remember our faded love.

 

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