Ray Price – Curtain In The Window

Peaked at number one on the US country chart for four weeks and reached number fifteen on the Billboard Top 100 and number two on Australian Singles Chart.

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“Curtain in the Window” is a song written by L. Ross, sung by Ray Price, and released on the Columbia label. In March 1958, it peaked at No. 3 on Billboard’s country and western jockey chart. It spent 18 weeks on the charts and was also ranked No. 27 on Billboard’s 1958 year-end country and western chart.

Single Ray Price Columbia 1958
Single Ray Price Columbia 1958

 

B-Side It’s All Your Fault
Released 1958
Genre Country
Label Columbia
Songwriter(s) L. Ross





Ray Price – Curtain In The Window Lyrics

These lyin’ lips said, they’d forget
Those same lovin’ arms that I miss
This foolish heart that let me part
From those sweet, tender lips, I long to kiss

I hear the ticking of the clock, as it begged me then to stop
Each picture on the wall seemed to cry
And that old rusty gate, I can hear it beg me, wait
While the curtain in the window waves goodbye

Turn around

In memory, I still can see
Two arms, that once held me tight
Oh, how I miss a tender kiss
From those lovin’ lips that I kissed goodbye

I hear the ticking of the clock, as it begged me then to stop
Each picture on the wall seemed to cry
And that old rusty gate, I can hear it beg me, wait
While the curtain in the window waves goodbye
While the curtain in the window waves goodbye





Single Ray Price Columbia 1958
Single Ray Price Columbia 1958

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