Written by V.F. Stewart
Recorded by Patsy Cline April 22, 1956

Patsy Cline’s is a story of triumph and tragedy, and of a little woman who couldn’t be kept down – the very stuff of country music songs and legends.

Patsy Cline, who held jobs plucking chickens, worked in a meat packing plant and waitressed in a bus terminal, rose to be named the most promising country and western female artist of 1957 by Billboard Magazine.

Dear God (1956)
©Patsy Cline

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