Marty Robbins - I'll Go On Alone

I'll Go On Alone

"I'll Go on Alone" is a song written and performed by Marty Robbins. The song reached #1 on the country chart in 1952. It was Robbins' first hit single.


Performers on the song include Slim Harbert on bass, Johnny Gimble on fiddle, Floyd Lanning on guitar, and Harold Carmack on piano. The song was recorded at Jim Beck's studio.

Marty Robbins - I'll Go On Alone Lyrics


We're traveling down two different roads 

In worlds so far apart 

You want me yet there's something else 

Before me in your heart 

You're wanting me to change my life 

The way you're living yours 

But I can't change, I see no way 

You wanted me before 


If you don't want me like I am 

Then please don't pity me 

If you can't change a little bit 

Then why not set me free 

If we can't live together then 

It's best we live apart 

You go your way and I'll go mine 

We'll both make brand new starts 


There's nothing we can do it seems

We'll never get along

With you believin' like you do

You say I live so wrong

But I can't change my way of life

I've lived it much too long

You'll either take me like I am

Or I'll go on alone 


So either say you want my love 

Or take the way you live 

Remember though before you get 

You've got to learn to give 

So if it's change my life or go 

Then go it's gonna be 

'Cause I can't change my life when you 

Want something more than me

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