Connie Smith – I Can’t Remember

The song became Smith's third Top 10 hit in a row, peaking at #9 on the Billboard Magazine Hot Country Songs chart, while also peaking on the Bubbling Under Hot 100. It was issued on Smith's second RCA Victor album, Cute 'n' Country in October 1965 .

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Cover LP Connie Smith RCA 1965
Cover LP Connie Smith RCA 1965

“I Can’t Remember” is a song written by Bill and Bette Anderson, and recorded as a single by American country artist, Connie Smith. It was produced by Bob Ferguson and was released on her 1965 album, Cute ‘n’ Country. The song was released in April 1965, reaching the Top 5 on the Billboard country music chart, becoming her third Top 10 hit. It was Smith’s third single released under the RCA Victor label.

The song became Smith’s third Top 10 hit in a row, peaking at #9 on the Billboard Magazine Hot Country Songs chart, while also peaking on the Bubbling Under Hot 100. It was issued on Smith’s second RCA Victor album, Cute ‘n’ Country in October 1965 and was the only single spawned from the album. The song was a series of singles written by Bill Anderson, who had written Smith’s prior hits, “Once a Day” and “Then and Only Then.”



From the album Cute ‘n’ Country
B-side “Senses”
Released April 1965
Recorded March 17, 1965
Genre Country, Nashville sound
Length 2:29
Label RCA Victor
Songwriter(s) Bill Anderson, Bette Anderson
Producer(s) Bob Ferguson





Connie Smith – I Can’t Remember lyrics

It was late and I was sleeping when he called
And I can’t remember much he said at all
Just that he was leaving town and must get off the phone
I can’t remember when he told me he’d be home
Did he say Sunday noon or one day soon
I think he left with them but what if he said am
Did they go to meet the train or leave to catch a plane
I can’t remember but I can’t forget he’s gone

So I telephoned his house and asked his Mom
If she’d knew where her little boy had gone
I know she must have told me and I heard her loud and clear
But I can’t remember anything but tears
Did she say fishing trip or he gave you the slip
Is he off to see the world or to see another girl
Did she say he took the car or what a fool you are
I can’t remember but I can’t forget he’s gone
I can’t remember but I can’t forget he’s gone

Single Connie Smith RCA 1965
Single Connie Smith RCA 1965
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