The Statler Brothers – Guilty

It was released in July 1983 as the second single from their album Today. The song peaked at number 9 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart.

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“Guilty” is a song written by Don Reid and Harold Reid, and recorded by American country music group The Statler Brothers. It was released in July 1983 as the second single from their album Today. The song peaked at number 9 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart.

Cover LP The Statler Brothers Mercury 1983
Cover LP The Statler Brothers Mercury 1983

From the album Today
B-side “I Never Want to Kiss You Goodbye”
Released July 1983
Genre Country
Length 3:01
Label Mercury Nashville
Songwriter(s) Don Reid Harold Reid
Producer(s) Jerry Kennedy




The Statler Brothers – Guilty Lyrics
If she’s guilty so am I
If she’s forgotten how to cry
If she gets lonely don’t know why
If she’s guilty so am I

If she’s changed I’ll take the blame
If somehow she’s not the same
If there’s a distant look in her eyes
And she’s lost the will to try

If she seems bitter of other days
Seems to have lost her baptist ways
If the truth comes harder than a lie
If she’s guilty so am I

If she’s guilty so am I
If she’s forgotten how to cry
If she gets lonely don’t know why
If she’s guilty so am I

If she’s guilty so am I
If she’s forgotten how to cry
If she gets lonely don’t know why
If she’s guilty so am I

If she’s guilty so am I
If she’s forgotten how to cry
If she seems lonely don’t know why
If she’s guilty so am I

So am I, so am I, so am I, so am I
If she’s guilty so am I
So am I, so am I, so am I, so am I
So am I, so am I, so am I, so am I
So am I, so am I

Single The Statler Brothers Mercury 1983
Single The Statler Brothers Mercury 1983




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