Charlie Rich – There Won’t Be Anymore

Recorded in the 1960s, it was released as a single at the end of 1973, and was his fourth No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in March 1974, and a top 20 pop hit as well.

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Cover LP Charlie Rich RCA 1974
Cover LP Charlie Rich RCA 1974

“There Won’t Be Anymore” is a song written and recorded by Charlie Rich. Recorded in the 1960s, it was released as a single at the end of 1973, and was his fourth No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in March 1974, and a top 20 pop hit as well.

“There Won’t Be Anymore” enjoyed a two-week reign atop the Hot Country Singles chart in March 1974 (as part of a 14-week run inside that chart’s top 40). The song also enjoyed modest success on pop radio stations, peaking at No. 18 on the Billboard Hot 100.

One of Rich’s biggest successes, “There Won’t Be Anymore” was named the top country hit of 1974 by Billboard magazine.



From the album There Won’t Be Anymore
B-side “It’s All Over Now”
Released December 1973
Recorded c. mid-1960s
Genre Country
Length 2:24
Label RCA
Songwriter(s) Charlie Rich
Producer(s) Chet Atkins





Charlie Rich – There Won’t Be Anymore Lyrics
Don’t wait for the postman
If you’re looking for a letter from me
There won’t be anymore
There won’t be anymore

And don’t sit by your telephone
If you’re waiting for a call from me
There won’t be anymore
There won’t be anymore

Don’t think of the love we had
Till you turned bad
And broke my loving heart
And when your heart is breaking
And you need some loving from me
There won’t be anymore
There won’t be anymore

Don’t think of the love we had
Till you turned bad
And broke my loving heart
And when your heart is breaking
And you need some loving from me
There won’t be anymore
There won’t be anymore

It won’t be like before
There won’t be anymore

Single Charlie Rich RCA 1973
Single Charlie Rich RCA 1973
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