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Tennessee Waltz
Patti Page Lyrics


I was dancing with my darling to the Tennessee Waltz
When an old friend I happened to see
I introduced her to my loved one
And while they were dancing
My friend stole my sweetheart from me

I remember the night and the Tennessee Waltz
Now I know just how much I have lost
Yes, I lost my little darling the night they were playing
The beautiful Tennessee Waltz

I was dancing with my darling to the Tennessee Waltz
When an old friend I happened to see
I introduced her to my loved one
And while they were dancing
My friend stole my sweetheart from me

I remember the night and the Tennessee Waltz
Now I know just how much I have lost
Yes, I lost my little darling the night they were playing
The beautiful Tennessee Waltz

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Written by: Redd Stewart, Pee Wee King

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Oneupper Bro

My mom is 54
I am 27
My daughter is 2

All three of us just sat and listened. My mom humming the whole thing to her grand baby as she falls fast asleep. 3 gens enjoying one song together.

John Meegan

Im 22

John Meegan

An she was born in 27 and its about to be that year again in 7 years

Kuen Chau Andrew2 Liu

入I

Benjamin Bertos

As if i was still young the moment i heard this song

Luiza Tancheva

I am 28, my father just made yesterday 54 and I have 7months old baby girl. When I was a kid in my 9-10-11 years my father used to play this song. I love it! 20 years have passed since then. Greetings from Bulgaria! ❤

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Lois Ross

i remember when my daddy would dance with my mom to this song . but now there both in heaven dancing i love you dad and mom

H. Calvert

@Elizabeth Clover
Thank you; & out of my belief, I ask God to bless you, too. 🙏🏻

Elizabeth Clover

@H. Calvert Very well said, and this is coming from an atheist. 😁

Elizabeth Clover

Same for my mom and dad. They married in 1955 and this was one of "their songs". I remember all through the '60s, listening to it because my mom had the album and would play it on the stereo all day. I knew all the words when I was about 10. I thought it was kind of a funny song to be one of their songs, but you can make the lyrics mean anything you want them to. If you like the song, you just like the song! But now that they're both in heaven, it's hard for me to listen to. It brings tears to my eyes every time. I miss them so much.

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