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Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn – Our Hearts Are Holding Hands

The song was released as a single in 1965 and became a top 40 single on the Billboard country chart that same year. The song was released on the duo's first duet studio release.

Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn – Our Hearts Are Holding Hands, is a song written by Bill Anderson that was recorded as a duet by American country artists Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn. The song was released as a single in 1965 and became a top 40 single on the Billboard country chart that same year. The song was released on the duo’s first duet studio release.
Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn - Our Hearts Are Holding Hands
Cover LP Decca 1968
Was recorded at the Columbia Recording Studio between 1964 and 1965. The studio was located in Nashville, Tennessee. The sessions was produced by Owen Bradley. Bradley was both artists’ producer on the Decca record label in the 1960s also produced their first duet album together.
Was released as a single in May 1965 via Decca Records. It spent a total of 11 weeks on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart before reaching number 24 in August 1965. “Our Hearts Are Holding Hands” was later released on the duo’s first studio album together: Mr. and Mrs. Used to Be. The record was released in August 1965, which was around the same time the single reached its peak position.




Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn – Our Hearts Are Holding Hands
from the album Mr. and Mrs. Used to Be
Released May 1968
Recorded 1964–1965
Studio Columbia Recording Studio
Genre Country Honky-tonk
Length 2:33
Label Decca
Songwriter(s) Bill Anderson
Producer(s) Owen Bradley

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Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn – Our Hearts Are Holding Hands Lyrics

We’re far apart but our hearts are holding hands
Yes, it’s hard to sit here by myself each night
Not knowing where you are or when I’ll hold you tight
Yes I have temptations sometimes it’s pretty rough
But temptation’s never strong as our sweet love
‘Cause our hearts are holding hands across the miles
Even though we’re lonely we can smile
‘Cause I know you’re my woman and I know you’re my man
We’re far apart but our hearts are holding hands
Today a stranger looked my way and flashed his gold
And said he’d buy me all the treasures I could hold
But I took out your last letter where you wrote you love me so
And there I found the strength to tell him no
‘Cause our hearts are holding hands across the miles
Even though we’re lonely we can smile
‘Cause I know you’re my woman and I know you’re my man
We’re far apart but our hearts are holding hands
And come what may our hearts are holding hands across the miles
Even though we’re lonely we can smile
‘Cause I know you’re my woman and I know you’re my man
We’re far apart but our hearts are holding hands

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Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn - Our Hearts Are Holding Hands
Single Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn Decca 1968
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