Jerry Wallace – If You Leave Me Tonight I’ll Cry

Originally released in 1972, the song was the only number-one song during Wallace's recording career.

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If You Leave Me Tonight I’ll Cry is a song made famous by country music singer Jerry Wallace. Originally released in 1972, the song was the only number-one song during Wallace’s recording career. The song was featured prominently as part of the plot in the third and final “segment” of a 1972 episode of Night Gallery: “The Tune in Dan’s Cafe.”

Jerry Wallace - If You Leave Me Tonight I'll Cry
Cover LP Single Jerry Wallace Decca 1972

Jerry Wallace – If You Leave Me Tonight I’ll Cry
From the album To Get to You
Released June 1972 (U.S.)
Recorded 1972
Genre Country
Length 2:45
Label Decca Records
Songwriter(s) Hal Mooney, Gerald Sanford
Producer(s) Joe E. Johnson

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Jerry Wallace – If You Leave Me Tonight I’ll Cry Lyrics

(If you leave, take my heart, take my heart)
If you leave me tonight I will cry
Though you say we will soon meet again
For the hours I’ve spent here with you
Are like words from a poet’s pen

[Chorus:]
Words like love, and truth, and goodness
Words like Until death us do part
I will never love another
Take my heart, take my heart, take my heart
(Take my heart)

Yes, the hours I’ve spent here with you
Are like words from a poet’s pen

[Chorus]
Take my heart, take my heart, take my heart
(Take my heart)

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Jerry Wallace - If You Leave Me Tonight I'll Cry
Single Jerry Wallace Decca 1972 copia




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