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Marty Robbins performs "Singing The Blues"

"Singing the Blues" is a popular song written by Melvin Endsley and published in 1956. The song was first recorded and released by Marty Robbins in 1956.

 

Two other charting versions of the song were released almost simultaneously with Mitchell's, one by the English singer Tommy Steele (with the Steelmen) and the other (recorded before Mitchell covered it) by US country singer Marty Robbins.

 

Tommy Steele's version of "Singing the Blues" made number 1 in the UK Singles Chart for one week on 11 January 1957, sandwiched by two of the weeks that Guy Mitchell's version of the same song topped the charts.Steele's recording of the song was not a chart success in the US.

 

The Marty Robbins version made it to number one on the Billboard C&W Best Sellers chart for 13 weeks in late 1956 and early 1957 and peaked at number seventeen on the US pop chart. In 1983, Gail Davies recorded a cover version, taking her version into the top 20 of the Hot Country Singles chart in the spring of 1983

Marty Robbins - Singing The Blues Lyrics

 

Well, I never felt more like singin' the blues

'Cause I never thought that I'd ever lose

Your love dear, why'd you do me this way

Well, I never felt more like cryin' all night

'Cause everything's wrong, there ain't nothin' right

With-out you, you got me singin' the blues.

Now the moon and stars no longer shine

The dream is gone I thought was mine

There's nothin' left for me to do

But cry-why-why over you

Well, I never felt more like runnin' away

But how can I go when I couldn't stay

With-out you, you got me singin' the blues.

Well the moon and stars no longer shine

And the dream is gone that I thought was mine

There's nothin' left for me to do

But cry-why-why over you

Well, I never felt more like runnin' away

But how can I go when I couldn't stay

Without you, you got me singin' the blues.

Without you, you got me singin' the blues



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