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Ray Price performs "Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes"

"Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes" is an off meter ballad concerning a man away from home worried that his paramour may unwittingly stray from their relationship. The song was recorded in many different styles by many artists. It was written by Winston L. Moore (whose stage name was Slim Willet) and was published in 1952.

 

The song was first recorded by Slim Willet and the Brush Cutters (4 Star 11614, reaching #1) and then by Ray Price (Columbia 4-21025, reaching #4).Skeets McDonald followed with a Western swing hit, reaching #1 and staying on the charts 18 weeks. His version was released by Capitol Records as catalog number 2216 with the flip side "Big Family Trouble."

Ray Price - Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes Lyrics

 

Here comes more tears to cry

Here comes more heartaches by

Here comes my baby, back again

Here comes more misery

Here comes old memory

Here comes my baby, back again

My arms are open wide to let more hurt inside

Here comes my baby, back again

She's sorry once again once more I'll understand

Here comes my baby, back again

My arms are open wide

Here comes my baby, back again


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