About The Song

“Lovesick Blues” is a classic country and western song performed by the legendary singer-songwriter Hank Williams. Originally written by Cliff Friend and Irving Mills in 1922, Williams recorded his version in 1949, which became one of his most famous and enduring hits. The lyrics of “Lovesick Blues” express the narrator’s feelings of heartbreak and longing after being left by their romantic partner. Hank Williams’ emotive vocals, accompanied by his signature twangy guitar and steel guitar, convey a sense of raw emotion and vulnerability that resonates with listeners. With its catchy melody and memorable chorus, “Lovesick Blues” captured the imagination of audiences and quickly became a hit on the country music charts. Williams’ rendition of the song catapulted him to stardom and established him as one of the most influential figures in the history of country music. Over the years, “Lovesick Blues” has been covered by numerous artists across various genres, further solidifying its status as a classic in the American music lexicon. Its timeless appeal and universal themes of love and heartache continue to make it a beloved favorite among fans of country music and beyond.
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Lyrics

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Hank, that poor old broken down mailman was up here this morningHe was? (Yeah, I relieved him a little bit and helped him carry up the mail)Boy, just look at this, just look at all this mail that you received so muchYeah, what’s that big stack over there?Oh, you outta know what that big stack’s forThat’s for that one great big song that you recorded, it’s been so popularWell, you know what I meanOh, you mean Lovesick Blues? (I sure do)All them folks wanna hear Lovesick Blues? (That’s right)Well, I reckon we’ll just have to do it for ’em againIf my tonsils don’t backfire and slap my taste out of my mouthI’ll do this-Here it isI got the lovesick blues
I got a feelin’ called the blues, oh LordSince my baby said goodbyeLord, I don’t know what I’ll doAll I do is sit and sigh, oh LordThat last long day, she said goodbyeWell Lord, I thought I would cryShe’ll do me, she’ll do you, she’s got that kind of lovin’Lord, I love to hear her when she calls me sweet da-a-addy
Such a beautiful dreamI hate to think it’s all overI’ve lost my heart it seemsI’ve grown so used to you somehowLord, I’m nobody’s sugar daddy nowAnd I’m lo-o-onesomeI got the lovesick blues
Well, I’m in love, I’m in love with a beautiful galThat’s what’s the matter with meWell, I’m in love, I’m in love with a beautiful galBut she don’t care about meLord, I tried and I tried to keep her satisfiedBut she just wouldn’t staySo now that she is leavin’This is all I can say
I got a feelin’ called the blues, oh LordSince my baby said goodbyeLord, I don’t know what I’ll doAll I do is sit and sigh, oh LordThat last long day she said goodbyeWell Lord, I thought I would cryShe’ll do me, she’ll do you, she’s got that kind of lovin’Lord, I love to hear her when she calls me sweet da-a-addy
Such a beautiful dreamI hate to think it’s all overI’ve lost my heart it seemsI’ve grown so used to you somehowLord, I’m nobody’s sugar daddy nowAnd I’m lo-o-onesomeI got the lovesick blues
There you are folks, that’sLovesick bluesRight now, here’s a mighty important message we’d like you folks to listen toThen, we’ll be right back
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