Billy Crash Craddock – Broken Down In Tiny Pieces

It was released in October 1976 as the first single from the album Crash. The song stayed at number one for one week and spend twelve weeks within the top 40.

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Cover LP Billy Crash Craddock ABC Dot 1976
Billy Crash Craddock – Broken Down In Tiny Pieces, is a song written by John Adrian, and recorded by American country singer Billy “Crash” Craddock, with Janie Fricke performing background vocals on the song. It was released in October 1976 as the first single from the album Crash. The song stayed at number one for one week and spend twelve weeks within the top 40. Billy Joe Royal also recorded a version of the song.



Billy Crash Craddock – Broken Down In Tiny Pieces
From the album Crash
Released October 23, 1976
Genre Country
Length 3:07
Label ABC/Dot
Songwriter(s) John Adrian
Producer(s) Ron Chancey

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Billy Crash Craddock – Broken Down In Tiny Pieces Lyrics

Broken down in tiny pieces
Love Ain’t really all that much
Just a song you used to whisper
Or a smile I tried to touch
Broken down in tiny pieces
Love ain’t hardly worth the time
Just a nickel that I borrowed
For a dream that cost a dime
Take me back to where I started
You can help me mend
Here I am in tiny pieces
Please put me back together again
Broken down in tiny pieces
Love’s a special kind of thing
A snowball in December
You remember in the spring
And you were all that I remember
Of the thing I tried to find
In between the broken pieces
You keep running through my mind
Can’t you see I’ll always love you
It won’t ever end
Here I am In tiny pieces
Please put me back together again

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Billy Crash Craddock - Broken Down In Tiny Pieces
Single Billy Crash Craddock ABC Dot 1976
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