About The Song

“Hello Darlin'” is a classic country song recorded by American country music artist Conway Twitty. Released in 1970 as the lead single from his album of the same name, the song became one of Twitty’s signature tunes and a staple of his live performances.

The lyrics of “Hello Darlin'” depict a man who encounters his former lover and expresses regret for the mistakes he made that led to their breakup. He reminisces about their past relationship and expresses a desire to reconcile, addressing her with affectionate terms like “Darlin'” throughout the song.

“Hello Darlin'” is notable for its smooth, soulful vocals by Twitty and its traditional country instrumentation, including acoustic guitar and pedal steel guitar. The song’s emotional depth and relatable themes of love, regret, and longing resonated with audiences, making it one of Twitty’s most beloved songs and a timeless classic in the country music genre.



🎵 Let’s sing along with the lyrics! 🎤
Hello darlin’Nice to see youIt’s been a long timeYou’re just as lovelyAs you used to be
How’s your new loveAre you happyHope your doin’ fineJust to know itMeans so much to me
What’s that darlin’How am I doin’I’m doin’ alright except I can’t sleepAnd I cry all night ’til dawn
What I’m trying to say is I love you and I miss youAnd I’m so sorry that I did you wrong
Look up darlin’Let me kiss youJust for old time sakeLet me hold youIn my arms one more time
Thank you darlin’May God bless youAnd may each step you takeBring you closerTo the things you seek to find
Goodbye darlin’Gotta go nowGotta try to find a wayTo lose these memoriesOf a love so warm and trueAnd if you should ever find itIn your heart to forgive meCome back Darlin’I’ll be waitin’ for you…
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