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Ray Price performs "Release Me".Live Stars Of The 50's

Ray Price performs "Release Me".Live Stars Of The 50's.

"Release Me" (sometimes rendered as "Release Me (and Let Me Love Again)"), is a popular song written by Eddie "Piano" Miller and Robert Yount in 1949. Shortly afterward it was covered by Jimmy Heap & the Melody Masters (1953), and with even better success by Patti Page (1954), Ray Price (1954), and Kitty Wells (1954). 

In country music, "Release Me" became a hit for Jimmy Heap, Kitty Wells, and Ray Price, all in 1954. Even though Price had several major hits beforehand, "Release Me" is sometimes considered his breakthrough hit. The song had elements of the 4/4 shuffle, Price's signature sound that would become more evident on future successes such as "Crazy Arms."

Price's version was part of a double-A sided hit, paired with another song that introduced fans to the 4/4 shuffle: "I'll Be There (If You Ever Want Me)." Both sides went on to become major hits for Price, with "Release Me" peaking at No. 6 and "I'll Be There" stopping at No. 2.

Ray Price Release Me Lyrics

 

Oh, please release me, let me go

I don't love you anymore

To live together is a sin

Release me, and let me love again.

 

Oh, I have found a new love, dear

And I will always want her near

Her lips are warm while yours are cold

Release me, my darling, let me go.

 

So, please release me, let me go

I don't love you anymore

To live together is a sin

Release me, and let me love again


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