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George Strait And The Texas Playboys performs "Right or Wrong"

The biggest hit for "Right or Wrong" came on April 28, 1984, when George Strait recorded the old Bob Wills song for his best-selling album of the same name (See Right or Wrong).The single from that album (MCA 52337) reached #1, staying on the charts for 12 weeks.

 

George Strait's success led to the songwriter, Haven Gillespie, receiving an ASCAP award in 1985 for writing the song.This song is by George Strait and appears Right or Wrong (1983),Greatest Hits (1986), the box set Strait Out of the Box (1995),The Very Best of George Strait 1981-87 (2004),Strait Hits (2006).

Miller's version was picked up by an early Bob Wills and became a standard Western swing dance tune.Both Wills (Vocalion 03451, 1936) and Milton Brown (Decca 5342, 1936) made early recordings. Western swing versions generally do not include any of the verses, only repetitions of the chorus.

George Strait Right Or Wrong Lyrics

 

Right or wrong, I'll always love you. 

Though you're gone, I can't forget. 

Right or wrong, I'll keep on dreaming. 

Still, I wake with that same ol' regret. 

All along I knew I'd lose you, 

Though I prayed that you'd be true. 

In your heart please just remember 

Right or wrong, I'm still in love with you. 

 

Right or wrong, I'll always love you. 

Though you're gone, I can't forget. 

Right or wrong, I'll keep on dreaming. 

Still, I wake with that same ol' regret. 

All along I knew I'd lose you, 

Though I prayed that you'd be true. 

In your heart please just remember 

Right or wrong, I'm still in love with you...

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