Ray Price – Invitation To The Blues

In July 1958, it peaked at No. 3 on Billboard's country and western jockey chart and spent a total of 19 weeks on the charts.

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“Invitation to the Blues” is a song written by R. Miller, sung by Ray Price, and released on the Columbia label. In July 1958, it peaked at No. 3 on Billboard’s country and western jockey chart and spent a total of 19 weeks on the charts. It was the “B” side to “City Lights”, and the record ranked No. 4 on Billboard’s 1958 year-end country and western chart.

Single by Ray Price
Released 1958
Genre Country
Label Columbia
Songwriter(s) R. Miller





Ray Price – Invitation To The Blues Lyrics

I couldn’t sleep last night just walked the floor don’t know how I’ll stand this anymore
Lonely are the times since I lost you received your invitation to the blues
I don’t know why you caused me such pain
I just hope I’ll never go through this much again
Thanks for sending something I can’t use received your invitation to the blues

You took the laughter from this world of mine and thanks to you the sun will never shine
Walk the floor so much wore out my shoes received your invitation to the blues
I don’t know why you caused me such pain
I just hope I’ll never go through this much again
Lonely me I don’t know what to do received your invitation to the blues

Single Ray Price Columbia 1958
Single Ray Price Columbia 1958




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