Jerry Lee Lewis – One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart)

Is a 1948 song by singing cowboy Eddie Dean, was first recorded by Jimmy Wakely on 1948. In 1969, Jerry Lee Lewis recorded the song which reached number three on the country chart.

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“One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart)” is a 1948 song by singing cowboy Eddie Dean, his wife Lorene “Dearest” Dean, and Hollywood songwriter Hal Blair. The song was first recorded by Jimmy Wakely and was his third release on the Folk Best Seller charts and his first number one. Within two years of the song’s release, two additional versions of “One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart)” made the country charts, recorded by Eddie Dean and by Bob Eberly.

In 1969, Jerry Lee Lewis recorded the song which reached number three on the country chart.



B-side “ I Can’t Stop Loving You”
Released 1969
Genre Country
Label Smash Records
Songwriter(s) D. Dean, E. Deane, H. Blair





Jerry Lee Lewis – One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart) lyrics

One has my name, the other has my heart
With one I’ll remain, that’s how my heartaches start
One has brown eyes, the other’s eyes are blue
To one I am tied, to the other I am true

One has my love, the other only me
But what good is love to an old heart that can’t be free
So I’ll go on living my life just the same
While one has my heart, the other has my name

Ah, one has my name, the other has my heart
With one I’ll remain, oh, that’s how my old heartaches start
You know one’s got brown eyes and the other’s eyes are blue
To one I am tied, to the other I guess I’ll have to be true

One that has my love and the other only me
But what good is love to a heart that can’t be free
If I could live over, my life I would change
The one who has my heart would also have my name

Single Jerry Lee Lewis Smash 1969
Single Jerry Lee Lewis Smash 1969
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