Loretta Lynn – Before I’m Over You

It was Lynn's second recording session after signing with Decca Records in 1961. Reached number four on the Billboard Hot Country Singles survey in 1963. The song became her second top ten single under the Decca recording label.

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Cover LP Loretta Lynn Decca 1964
Cover LP Loretta Lynn Decca 1964

“Before I’m Over You” is a song written by Betty Sue Perry that was originally recorded by American country artist Loretta Lynn. It was released as a single in October 1963 via Decca Records.
Was recorded at the Columbia Recording Studio on February 5, 1962. Located in Nashville, Tennessee, the session was produced by renowned country music producer Owen Bradley. It was Lynn’s second recording session after signing with Decca Records in 1961. Reached number four on the Billboard Hot Country Singles survey in 1963. The song became her second top ten single under the Decca recording label. “Before I’m Over You” was Lynn’s biggest hit single up until this point in 1963. It was included on her debut studio album in 1964, Before I’m Over You.



From the album Before I’m Over You
B-side “Where Were You”
Released October 1963
Recorded 5 February 1962
Genre Honky tonk country
Length 2:30
Label Decca
Songwriter(s) Betty Sue Perry
Producer(s) Owen Bradley





Loretta Lynn – Before I’m Over You Lyrics

I just can’t get it through my head you love another now instead
Can’t make myself believe we’re really through
I’m walking up and down the hall talking to the silent wall
I’ll lose my mind before I’m over you
I think I’ve almost lost my mind I think about you all the time
I’m going crazy yes I know and I don’t have far to go
The way you treat me is a shame but I’ll keep loving you the same
I’ll lose my mind before I’m over you
[ guitar – piano ]
I keep your letters I should burn I wear your ring I should return
But there’s a million foolish things I do
It makes me cry but you would laugh to know I kiss your photograph
I’ll lose my mind before I’m over you
I think I’ve almost lost my mind…

Single Loretta Lynn Decca 1963
Single Loretta Lynn Decca 1963
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