Charley Pride – Have I Got Some Blues For You

It was released in March 1987 as the first single from the album After All This Time. The song reached #14 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

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“Have I Got Some Blues for You” is a song recorded by American country music artist Charley Pride. It was released in March 1987 as the first single from the album After All This Time. The song reached #14 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. The song was written by David Chamberlain.
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Cover LP Charley Pride 16th Avenue 1987
Cover LP Charley Pride 16th Avenue 1987

From the album After All This Time
B-side “Even Knowin'”
Released March 21, 1987
Genre Country
Length 3:09
Label 16th Avenue
Songwriter(s) David Chamberlain
Producer(s) Jerry Bradley, Charley Pride





Charley Pride – Have I Got Some Blues For You lyrics

The one you love stopped by to see me today –
Said she just couldn’t tell you she was goin’ away

I took her to the station, and I held her as she cried,
And she asked me if I would tell you goodbye

Have I got some blues for you – your baby’s gone
Have I got some blues for you – you’re all alone
I hate to be the one who has to bring you this bad news –
Have I got some blues for you

I wish you could’ve heard it on the news tonight –
Or read it in the mornin’ paper in black and white

Then I wouldn’t have to be the one who breaks your heart in two,
But she told me she’d found somebody new

Have I got some blues for you – your baby’s gone
Have I got some blues for you – you’re all alone
I hate to be the one who has to bring you this bad news –
Have I got some blues for you
Have I got some blues for you





Single Charley Pride 16th Avenue 1987
Single Charley Pride 16th Avenue 1987

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  1. I forgot I had “liked” this page and something made me stop by and now it will be my favorite thing! I have always admired Charlie Pride because of his bravery as a musician. I sincerely hope he felt that it was worth it because everywhere I’ve been he was loved and held up as a man of faith, a man who thought that he could do anything in America if he did his best.

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