Lefty Frizzell – I Want To Be With You Always

The song was Frizzell's third #1 US Country hit since his explosive debut the year earlier. wWs recorded on January 11, 1951, and later released on March 19, 1951.

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Cover LP Lefty Frizzell Columbia 1952
Cover LP Lefty Frizzell Columbia 1952

“I Want to Be with You Always” was the 1951 country music song released by Lefty Frizzell in March 1951. The song was Frizzell’s third #1 US Country hit since his explosive debut the year earlier.

The song was written by Lefty Frizzell and his producer, Jim Beck. The two had also penned the huge #1 hit in 1950 titled: If You’ve Got the Money I’ve Got the Time. The song was recorded on January 11, 1951, and later released on March 19, 1951.

From the album Listen to Lefty
B-side “My Baby’s Just Like Money”
Released March 19, 1951
Recorded
January 11, 1951
Jim Beck Studio; Dallas, Texas
Genre Country
Length 3:00
Label Columbia
Songwriter(s) Lefty Frizzell, Jim Beck
Producer(s) Don Law





Lefty Frizzell – I Want To Be With You Always lyrics

[Verse 1]
I lose my blues
Honey, when I’m with you
No one else can do
You’re in my heart to stay
But when I’m gone
And I’m all alone
I’ll be singing this song
I wanna be with you, always

[Piano Solo]

[Verse 2]
I’d be happy, dear
If you could only be here
And always be near
Forever and a day
Then we’d travel far
To some big shinin’ star
Just you and my guitar
And stay there, sweetheart, for always

[Fiddle Solo]

[Verse 3]
I hope you feel the same
You really want my name
Well, you’ll be the one who’s to blame
If it works out wrong that day
‘Cause my love is true
My love is only for you
I’ll never be blue
If I can be with you always




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