Juice Newton – Hurt

Was originally performed by Roy Hamilton on 1964. Juice Newton's 1985 version scored number one on Billboard's Country chart.

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Juice Newton - Hurt
Single Roy Hamilton Epic 1954
Juice Newton – Hurt, is a 1954 song by Jimmie Crane and Al Jacobs. “Hurt” was originally performed by Roy Hamilton, whose version peaked at number eight on the R&B Best Seller chart and spent a total of seven weeks on the chart. A version by Ricky Denell also received considerable radio airplay in 1954 on pop radio stations. The song is considered to be the signature hit of Timi Yuro, whose version went to number four on the Billboard pop chart in 1961.
Juice Newton’s 1985 version scored number one on Billboard’s Country chart.
Juice Newton - Hurt
Cover LP Juice Newton RCA 1985
Juice Newton – Hurt
From the album Old Flame
B-side “Eye of a Hurricane”
Released November 1985
Recorded August 1985
Genre Country
Label RCA 14199
Songwriter(s) Jimmie Crane, Al Jacobs
Producer(s) Richard Landis


Juice Newton – Hurt Lyrics

I’m hurt
To think that you lied to me
I’m hurt
Way down deep inside of me
You said
Our love was true
And we’d never ever part
And now
You want someone new
And it breaks my heart
I’m hurt
Much more than you’ll ever know
I’m hurt
Because I still love you so
But even though you’ve hurt me
Like nobody else could do
I would never, never hurt you
But even though you’ve hurt me
Like nobody else could ever do
I would never, never hurt, hurt you


Juice Newton - Hurt
Single Juice Newton RCA 1985



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