Song written and recorded by Johnny Paycheck, for the Epic label, with the production of Bill Sherrill, was released on May 9, 1973. I get to number # 2 of the US Hot Country Songs and the Canadian RPM Country lists to number # 3.
The song would be part of Paycheck’s third studio album, Mr. Lovemaker (Epic 1973), was released in June 1973, it reached # 12 on the US top country albums charts.
Friend, Lover, Wife, a song written by Bill Sherrill and Johnny Paycheck, was recorded by Johnny Paycheck for the Epic label, in June 1978, at Columbia Recording Studio, 34 Music Sq. East, Nashville, TN. In the recording session, Johnny was accompanied by: Barry Chance (electric guitar), Jim Murphy (steel), Michael McBride (bass), Barry Walsh (piano) and P. T. Gazell (harmonica). With the production of Bill Sherrill, the song was released in October 1978, on December 16, 1978, reached # 7 on the
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Song written by Bill Rice and Jerry Foster, was recorded by Johnny Paycheck for the seal Epic, in January 1972, in Columbia Recording Studio, 34 Music Sq. East, Nashville, TN. With the production of Billy Sherrill it was released on May 24, 1972, and on August 5, 1972, it reached number # 12 on the US Hot Country Song charts. On the Canadian RPM Country Tracks lists, it reached number # 24.
The song was included in Paycheck’s tenth studio album, Someone to Give My Love To (Epic 1972), the album
Johnny Paycheck plays (Don't Take Her) She's All I Got on The Hee Haw Show 1971
"She's All I Got" is a song written by Gary U.S. Bonds and Jerry Williams, Jr. in which the male narrator pleads to someone else not to take away his lover.
Johnny Paycheck's version was released in October 1971 from his album of the same name. The song spent nineteen weeks on the Billboard Hot Country Singles Chart, reaching a peak of number 2. It was also a number 91 single on the Billboard Hot 100, his only