Marty Robbins – Ruby Ann

The song would reach number one on January 5, 1963. It was not included on any album, the first time it appears is in a compilation album from U. K, Marty Robbins (Hallmark Records 1970).

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Song written by Lee Emerson, Rashima Bellamy & Roberta Bellamy, was recorded by Marty Robbins on April 10, 1962, and released on October 23, 1962, for the Columbia label, with the production of Don Law & Frank Jones. The song would reach number one on January 5, 1963. It was not included on any album, the first time it appears is in a compilation album from U. K, Marty Robbins (Hallmark Records 1970). It was the ninth number one of Marty Robbins.



Some versions:

Bobby Rydell 1963 (Cameo Records)
Red Sovine 1963 (Starday Records)
Tony Steven 1963 (Cannon Records)
The Meteors 1964 (Polydor)
Ray Campi 1977 (Rollin Rock Records)
Frank Jansen 2005 (Startsound)




Marty Robbins – Ruby Ann lyrics

I said hello to the man that tried to win your hand
A long time ago.
I tried to smile as he talked of the days
When he was your beau,

But I could see he was a-shamin’ me
When he talked of his wealth and fame —
Ruby Ann took the hand of this poor, poor man,
Ain’t true love a funny thing?

Big man, you got money in your hand,
So what?
You’re at a table for two, but still there’s only you,
Big shot!
Well, your money can’t buy if your power can’t hold,
You can’t romance your fame —
Ruby Ann took the hand of this poor, poor man,
Ain’t true love a funny thing?

Big man, you got money in your hand,
So what?
You’re at a table for two, but still there’s only you,
Big shot!
Well, your money can’t buy if your power can’t hold,
You can’t romance your fame —
Ruby Ann took the hand of this poor, poor man,
Ain’t true love a funny thing?
Ruby Ann took the hand of this poor, poor man,
Ain’t true love a funny thing?

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