About The Song

“Walkin’ After Midnight” is a classic country song performed by Patsy Cline. It was written by Alan Block and Donn Hecht and released as a single in 1957. The song became one of Patsy Cline’s signature tunes and is considered one of her most iconic recordings. In the song, the narrator expresses her loneliness and longing for her lover, wandering the streets late at night, hoping to find him. Patsy Cline’s emotive vocals and the song’s memorable melody contributed to its enduring popularity in the country music genre.

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Lyrics

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I go out walkin’ after midnightOut in the moonlightJust like we used to do, I’m always walkin’After midnight, searchin’ for you (wa-wa-walking, wa-wa-walking)
I walk for miles along the highwayWell, that’s just my wayOf sayin’ I love you, I’m always walkin’After midnight, searchin’ for you (wa-wa-walking, wa-wa-walking)
I stop to see a weepin’ willowCryin’ on his pillowMaybe he’s cryin’ for meAnd as the skies turn gloomyNight winds whisper to meI’m lonesome as I can be
I go out walkin’ after midnightOut in the moonlightJust hopin’ you may be somewhere a-walkin’After midnight, searchin’ for me (Wa-wa-walking, wa-wa-walking)
I stop to see a weepin’ willowCryin’ on his pillowMaybe he’s cryin’ for meAnd as the skies turn gloomyNight winds whisper to meI’m lonesome as I can be
I go out walkin’ after midnightOut in the moonlightJust hopin’ you may be somewhere a-walkin’After midnight, searchin’ for me (wa-wa-walking, wa-ooh-ah)
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