Freddie Hart – Bless Your Heart

Reached # 1 on the charts of U.S Hot Country Songs, and remained a total of 2 weeks. In the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts, reached at number # 4. The song was included in album, Bless Your Heart 1972

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Freddie Hart ‎– Bless Your Heart
Cover LP Freddie Hart Capitol 1972

Freddie Hart ‎– Bless Your Heart, is a song made famous by country music singer Freddie Hart, and was the title track to Hart’s 1972 album. The song was his third No. 1 song on the country chart.

Country music writer Tom Roland wrote that the homonymy of Hart’s last name (“Hart” and “heart”) and the use of a common phrase (“bless your heart”) in the lyrics provided the basis for the song, which is about a man who – despite his failings and feelings of unworthiness – expresses deep gratitude that his wife still loves him. As the song grew in popularity, wrote Roland, Hart’s fans “began saying it more and more in conjunction with (Hart) on stage.”



Freddie Hart ‎– Bless Your Heart
From the album Bless Your Heart
B-side “Conscience Makes Coward (Of Us All)”
Released June 1972 (U.S.)
Recorded April 11, 1972
Genre Country
Length 1:56
Label Capitol 3353
Songwriter(s) Freddie Hart, Jack Lebsock
Producer(s) Earl Ball

COUNTRYPEDIA





Freddie Hart – Bless Your Heart Lyrics

Bless your heart for loving me
Ad heaven knows I don’t deserve you
Bless your heart for loving me
Sweet sweet baby I’ll try to be worthy of loving you

You came into my life and took the world off of my shoulders
Honey you’re an angel in the eyes of this beholder
Bless your heart for loving me
More words cannot express what you are worth
Bless your heart for loving me
I know I’ve been given a taste of heaven right here on earth
Bless your heart

GENIUS

Freddie Hart ‎– Bless Your Heart
Single LP Freddie Hart Capitol 1972
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