Bill Anderson – I Get the Fever

Was Bill Anderson's third number one on the country charts. The single spent one week at number one and a total of nineteen weeks on the country charts.

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Bill Anderson – I Get the Fever, is a 1966 single by Bill Anderson. “I Get the Fever” was Bill Anderson’s third number one on the country charts. The single spent one week at number one and a total of nineteen weeks on the country charts.
Bill Anderson - I Get the Fever
Cover LP Bill Anderson Decca 1966
Bill Anderson – I Get the Fever
From the album I Love You Drops
B-side “First Mrs. Jones”
Released August 8, 1966
Genre Country
Label Decca
Songwriter(s) Bill Anderson
Producer(s) Owen Bradley

COUNTRYPEDIA




Bill Anderson – I Get the Fever Lyrics

Every time I hear the midnight trains rollin’ out to the open plains
A sense of freedom fills my veins I get the fever
Every time I sparrow flies up into the endless skies
Something down inside me cries I get the fever
I get the fever to pack up and leave here wander wild like the wind
This town’s too full of mem’ries of cruel love
And I can’t stand it seein’ her with him
Every time I hear a buddy say he’s put lots of dust and clay
Between him and yesterday I get the fever
I get the fever to pack and leave here and I think maybe I’ll do just that tomorrow
This town’s too full of mem’ries of cruel love
Everywhere I turn there’s pain and sorrow
Every time I hear a buddy say he’s put lots of dust and clay
Between him and yesterday I get the fever
I get the fever I get the fever I get the fever

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Bill Anderson - I Get the Fever
Single Bill Anderson Decca 1966
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