Jake Penrod - They'll Never Take Her Love From Me(Hank Williams Cover)

Jake Penrod sings They'll Never Take Her Love From Me live on TruCountry Music Show.

"There'll Never Take Her Love from Me" is a song written and originally recorded by Leon Payne and popularized by Hank Williams.

Leon Payne wrote hundreds of country songs in a prolific career that lasted from 1941 until his death in 1969. He is perhaps best known for his hits "I Love You Because", "You've Still Got a Place in My Heart," and for the two songs Williams recorded: "Lost Highway" and "They'll Never Take Her Love from Me."

Williams cut the song on June 14, 1950 at Castle Studio in Nashville with Fred Rose producing and backing from Sammy Pruett (lead guitar), Jack Shook or Rusty Gabbard (rhythm guitar), Don Helms (steel guitar), Jerry Rivers (fiddle), and Ernie Newton (bass.The song was released as the flipside to Williams' own "Why Should We Try Anymore," but Payne's song outperformed the A-side, peaking at #5 ("Why Should We Try Anymore stalled at #9). As Williams biographer Colin Escott observes, "The message was clear: the public wanted brisk, up-temp juke joint songs. History might decide that Hank Williams was the finest writer and singer of 'heart' songs in all country music, but that wasn't what radio and jukebox audiences wanted in 1950.


There'll Never Take Her Love from Me lyrics


If today the sun should set on all my hopes and cares

There is one smiling face the gods would see

'Cus she'll walk along beside me up the golden stairs

No, they'll never never take her love from me.


What a fool I was to go and break the trust she gave

And see her love turn into sympathy

It's the one regret I'll carry with me to my grave

Oh, they'll never ever take her love from me.


[Bridge chords for solos]


I'm so thankful for each golden hour of happiness

That we shared together in the used to be

Someone else's arms may hold her now in fond caress

But they'll never never take her love from me.


I thought I'd make her happy if I stepped aside

But I knew her love would never set me free

And even on the morning she became another's bride

I said they'll never never take her love from me.

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