Loretta Lynn And Conway Twitty – Half As Much

“Half as Much” is an American pop standard written by Curley Williams in 1951. It was first recorded by country music singer Hank Williams in 1952 and reached number two on the Billboard Country Singles chart. The same year, Rosemary Clooney recorded a hit version for Top 40 markets; Alma Cogan recorded another version in the United Kingdom. Since then the song has been recorded by a number of artists including Patsy Cline (1962), Ray Charles (1962), Eddy Arnold (1964)

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If you loved me half as much as I love you
You wouldn’t worry me half as much as you do
You’re nice to me when there’s no one else around
You only build me up to let me down
If you missed me half as much as I miss you
You wouldn’t stay away half as much as you do
I know that I would never be this blue
If you only loved me half as much as I love you
If you loved me half as much as I love you
You wouldn’t worry me half as much as you do
You’re nice to me when there’s no one else around
You only build me up to let me down
If you missed me half as much as I miss you
You wouldn’t stay away half as much as you do
I know that I would never be this blue
If you only loved me half as much as I love you

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