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Patsy Cline performs "So Wrong"

"So Wrong" is a song written by Carl Perkins, Danny Dill and Mel Tillis and popularized by country music artist Patsy Cline. The song was released as a single on Decca Records in 1962 by Patsy Cline.

Patsy Cline was best known for her string of Country and Pop ballads like "I Fall to Pieces", "Crazy" and "She's Got You". By 1962, Cline was already successful on both the Country and Pop singles charts. Her first hit that year was the song "She's Got You". After that, Cline released a string of hits, including "So Wrong". "So Wrong" was released in mid-1962 as a Decca 45 single, 31406, b/w "You're Stronger Than Me", and became a Billboard Top 20 Country Hit, reaching #14. Its success on the Pop charts was not as successful as her previous hits, reaching #85 on the Pop charts. The song was released as a single in Canada on Decca and on Brunswick in the UK, 45-05874.The song was also released as a 45 single in New Zealand on Festival Records as FK-253 as a B side and as part of a picture sleeve 45 EP.

Patsy Cline - So Wrong Lyrics

 

I've been so wrong, for so long

Thought I could live without the love that you give

I was wrong, oh, so wrong

I've been so wrong, for so long

I didn't know that I loved you so

I was wrong

Well, I never knew I could want you darlin'

Oh, so much

Now that you're gone, I dream of you

And your sweet touch

I was so wrong, for so long

But I've seen the light and darlin' I'll make it right

I was wrong

Well, I never knew I could want you darlin'

Oh, so much

Now that you're gone, I dream of you

And your sweet touch

I was so wrong, for so long

But I've seen the light, darlin', I'll make it right

I was wrong


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