Walkin' A Broken Heart
Don Williams Lyrics


Walkin' down this midnight street
Just the sound of two lonely feet
Walkin' a broken heart
Walkin' a broken heart

Empty city, not a soul in sight
And a misty rain falls on a perfect night
To walk a broken heart
To walk a broken heart
And I know that you're thinkin'
This couldn't happen to you
But you're a fool for believing
Dreams don't fly away, cause they do.

So if you've been hurt and you're feelin' lost
Just put your paperback back and turn your t.v. off
And walk your broken heart,
Walk your broken heart.
Walk your broken heart.
Walk your broken heart.
Walk your broken heart.

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: ALAN RUSH, DENNIS LINDE

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sauquoit13456

Exactly thirty five years ago today on March 24th, 1985, Don Williams' "Walkin' A Broken Heart"* peaked at #2 {for 1 week} on Billboard's Hot Country Singles chart, and for the week it was at #2, the #1 record for that week was "Crazy" by Kenny Rogers...
"Walkin' A Broken Heart" reached #3 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart...
Between 1973 and 1992 the Floydada, Texas native had fifty-four records on the Hot Country Singles chart, forty-three made the Top 10 with seventeen reaching #1...
One of his fifty-four charted records was a duet with Emmylou Harris, "If I Needed You", it peaked at #3 in 1981...
Donald Ray Williams, aka the Gentle Giant, passed away at the age of 78 on September 8th, 2017...
May he R.I.P.
* "Walkin' A Broken Heart" was Don Williams' fourth of five of his records to peak at #2 on the Hot Country Singles chart...
And from the 'For What It's Worth' department, the remainder of the Hot Country Singles' Top 10 on March 24th, 1985:
At #3. "Country Girls" by John Schneider
#4. "Honor Bound" by Earl Thomas Conley
#5. "High Horse" by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
#6. "The First Word In Memory Is Me" by Janie Fricke
#7. "I Need More of You" by the Bellamy Brothers
#8. "Rollin' Lonely" by Johnny Lee
#9. "Waltz Me To Heaven" by Waylon Jennings
#10. "Time Don't Run Out On Me" by Anne Murray