Singing the Blues
Guy Mitchell Lyrics


Well, I never felt more like singin' the blues
'Cause I never thought that I'd ever lose
Your love dear
Why'd you do me this way?

Well, I never felt more like cryin' all night
'Cause everythin's wrong, and nothin' ain't right
Without you
You got me singin' the blues
Oh, the moon and stars no longer shine
The dream is gone I thought was mine
There's nothin' left for me to do
But cry-y-y-y over you (cry over you)

Well, I never felt more like runnin' away
But why should I go 'cause I couldn't stay
Without you
You got me singin' the blues

Well, I never felt more like singin' the blues
But I never thought that I'd ever lose
Your love dear
Why'd you do me this way?

Well, I never felt more like cryin' all night
'Cause everythin's wrong, and nothin' ain't right
Without you
You got me singin' the blues

Oh, that moon and stars no longer shine
The dream is gone I thought was mine
There's nothin' left for me to do
But cry-y-y-y over you (cry over you)

Well, I never felt more like runnin' away
But why should I go 'cause I couldn't stay
Without you
You got me singin' the blues

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Written by: Melvin Endsley

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sauquoit13456

On this day in 1957 {January 11th} two versions of "Singing The Blues" were at positions #1 and #2 on the United Kingdom's Official Top 30 Singles chart, at #1 was Tommy Steele's covered version, while at #2 was Guy Mitchell's covered version, which the preceding week was at #1 on the chart...
At the time Marty Robbins' original version of "Singing The Blues" was in it's eleventh of thirteen weeks at #1 on Billboard's Country/Western Best-Sellers in Stores chart...
And the rest of the U.K. Top 10 on January 11th, 1957:
At #3. "Therese of the Roses" by Malcolm Vaughan
#4. "The Green Door" by Frankie Vaughan
#5. "Just Walkin'" In The Rain" by Johnnie Ray
#6. "True Love" by Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly
#7. "Cindy Oh Cindy" by Eddie Fisher
#8. "Hound Dog" by Elvis Presley
#9. "Friendly Persuasion" by Pat Boone
#10. "Rip It Up" by Bill Haley and his Comets...
R.I.P. Guy Mitchell {1927 – 1999}, Marty Robbins {1925 – 1982}, and Tommy Steele celebrated his 83rd birthday last month on December 17th, 2019...



سجاد لقمان احمد مالك

Well, I never felt more like singin' the blues
'Cause I never thought that I'd ever lose
Your love dear, why'd you do me this way?
Well, I never felt more like cryin' all night
'cause everythin's wrong, and nothin' ain't right
Without you, you got me singin' the blues

The moon and stars no longer shine
The dream is gone I thought was mine
There's nothin' left for me to do
But cry-why-why-why over you (cry over you)
Well, I never felt more like runnin' away
But why should I go 'cause I couldn't stay
Without you, you got me singin' the blues

Well, I never felt more like singin' the blues
'Cause I never thought that I'd ever lose
Your love dear, why'd you do me this way?
Well, I never felt more like cryin' all night
'Cause everythin's wrong, and nothin' ain't right
Without you, you got me singin' the blues

Oh, the moon and stars no longer shine
The dream is gone I thought was mine
There's nothin' left for me to do
But cry-why-why-why over you (cry over you)
Well, I never felt more like runnin' away
But why should I go 'cause I couldn't stay
Without you, you got me singin' the blues



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David Maslow

One of the Greatest tunes ever recorded!

C. D. Robinson

you are so right! 😁😁😁

H Mackie

had the 45 as a child...one of many records left behind when my aunts and uncles moved out of house I grew up in...same house as my father grew up in.

EIRIKtheR3D

I've never felt more like singin' the blues, when Everton win and Liverpool lose - Oh Everton, you got me singin' the blues 💙

Capitán Gorila

Everton is the team of Paul McCartney ⚽ and The Beatles played this old song on Early Days , Right? 😉

David Maslow

Great stuff! Liverpool vs. Everton!

David Maslow

Very catchy !!!!

Thomas Williams

@David Maslow Welsh not English 👍

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J. Michael Kerrigan

in 1957 I was 8 when I came across Guy Mitchell's version on a record in my parents' sparse collection. I listened to it over and over over the next days or weeks - easily hundreds of times.
it sounds surprisingly bouncy to me now, but it felt moody, soulful and broken hearted to me back then. and for some reason, I couldn't hear it enough.

Marinette Dupain-Cheng

@Nathan Schmidtke nah just 73

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