Randy Travis – Hard Rock Bottom Of Your Heart

In March 1990, the song spent four weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. In doing so, it became the first song to stay as long atop the chart in 12 years.

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Cover LP Randy Travis Warner 1989
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“Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart” is a song written by Hugh Prestwood, and recorded by American country music singer Randy Travis. It was released in January 1990 as the second single from the album No Holdin’ Back. “Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart” features a rare and very distinct rhythm harmonica beat in the final 40 seconds of the song.

In March 1990, the song spent four weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. In doing so, it became the first song to stay as long atop the chart in 12 years; the last to accomplish the feat was the 1978 song, “Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys” by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson.



From the album No Holdin’ Back
B-side “When Your World was Turning for Me”
Released January 1990 (U.S.)
Recorded 1989
Genre Country
Length 4:02
Label Warner Bros. Nashville
Songwriter(s) Hugh Prestwood
Producer(s) Kyle Lehning





Randy Travis – Hard Rock Bottom Of Your Heart lyrics

[Intro (listen to recording for timing)]

Since the day I was led to temptation
And in weakness did let your love down
I have prayed that with time and compassion
You’d come around

[Chorus:]
I keep waiting for you to forgive me
And you keep saying you can’t even start
And I feel like a stone you have picked up and thrown
To the hard rock bottom of your heart
To the hard rock bottom of your heart

Now this home we have built is still standing
It’s foundation is on solid ground
Do we roll up our sleeves and repair it
Or burn it down

[Chorus]

We can’t just block it out We’ve got to talk it out
Until our hearts get back in touch
I need your love I miss it I can’t go on like this is
Hurts too much

[Chorus, repeat last two lines of chorus for ending]

Single Randy Travis Warner 1989
Single Randy Travis Warner 1989
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