Written by Eddie Miller, Durwood Haddock and W.S. Stevenson
Released by Patsy Cline August 1 1960
One of the greatest singers in the history of country music, Patsy Cline also helped blaze a trail for female singers to assert themselves as an integral part of the Nashville-dominated country music industry.
She was not alone in this regard; Kitty Wells had become a star several years before Cline's big hits in the early '60s.
Brenda Lee, who shared Cline's producer, did just as much to create a country-pop crossover during the same era;
Skeeter Davis briefly enjoyed similar success. Cline has the most legendary aura of any female country singer, however,
perhaps due to an early death that cut her off just after she had entered her prime.