I Love You, Honey ŠPatsy Cline 1956

I Love You, Honey
Written by Eddie Miller & W.S. Stevenson
As Released by Patsy Cline February 5 1956

She's a rose among the thorns
With a voice so sweet and pure
It beckons unto me
I'm captured by it's lure

The music of her soul
Flows into this heart of mine
There's none to compare with
My friend, Patsy Cline
Sept 16 2009

Patsy Cline achieved her biggest success under Decca, recording three major Country-pop crossover hits with "I Fall to Pieces," "Crazy," and "She's Got You," and recorded three studio albums. However, in 1963 her career was cut short just after entering her peak, when the plane she was riding in, crashed in Camden, Tennessee.

However, Cline has remained more popular in death, than she was in life. Her record company, Decca (which was later changed to MCA in 1973), has released many compilation albums. Her record sales increased following her death, acquiring seven RIAA-certified albums. Her 1967 Greatest Hits album has been the longest-running album on the Billboard charts by any female artist, since its release. In 2005, it achieved a sales of 10 million copies in the United States.



I Love You, Honey (1956)
ŠPatsy Cline

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