Marty Robbins – I Walk Alone

Was released as the first single and title track from the album I Walk Alone. It was Robbins' thirteenth number one on the U.S. country singles chart. The single spent two weeks at number one and a total of fifteen weeks on the chart.

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Marty Robbins - I Walk Alone
Cover LP Marty Robbins Columbia 1968
Marty Robbins – I Walk Alone, is a song written by Herbert Wilson. and recorded by American country music artist, Eddy Arnold and was the B-side of his 78 rpm single “Did You See My Daddy Over There” (1945), and later for his compilation album Eddy Arnold Sings Them Again (1960).
Marty Robbins, recorded a version which was released in August 1968 as the first single and title track from the album I Walk Alone. It was Robbins’ thirteenth number one on the U.S. country singles chart. The single spent two weeks at number one and a total of fifteen weeks on the chart.



From the album I Walk Alone
B-side “Lily of the Valley”
Released August 27, 1968
Genre Country
Length 3:17
Label Columbia
Songwriter(s) Herbert W. Wilson
Producer(s) Bob Johnston

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Marty Robbins – I Walk Alone Lyrics

I walk alone
Where once we wandered
It seems so strange
That you are gone
Until you return
I’ll stay the same, dear
I’ll still be true
And walk alone
The flame of love
Is brightly burnin’
You know that I’m
Your very own
Until you return
I’ll stay the same, dear
And I’ll still be true
And walk alone
The flame of love
Is brightly burnin’
You know that I’m
Your very own
Until you return
I’ll stay the same, dear
I’ll still be true
And walk alone

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Marty Robbins - I Walk Alone
Single Marty Robbins Columbia 1968
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