Webb Pierce – More and More

Spent ten weeks at number one on the country charts and twenty-nine weeks on the chart overall. The song also crossed over and peaked at number 22 on the pop charts, making it the most successful pop single of Pierce's career.

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Webb Pierce – More and More, is a song written by country singer/songwriter Merle Kilgore. Webb Pierce’s 1954 recording of “More and More” spent ten weeks at number one on the country charts and twenty-nine weeks on the chart overall. The song also crossed over and peaked at number 22 on the pop charts, making it the most successful pop single of Pierce’s career. The B-side of “More and More”, “You’re Not Mine Anymore,” peaked at number eight on the C&W Best Seller charts.
Charley Pride covered the song in 1983, and reached #7 on Us Country and #3 on Canada Country.





Webb Pierce - More and More
B-Side Webb Pierce Decca 1954

Webb Pierce – More and More
B-side “You’re Not Mine Anymore”
Released 1954
Genre Country
Length 2:18
Label Decca
Songwriter Merle Kilgore

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Webb Pierce – More and More Lyrics

More and more I’m forgetting the past, more and more I’m living at last
Day by day I’m losin’ my blues, more and more I’m forgettin’ bout you
But oh how hard I’d tried to keep you by my side
And oh how I cried the day you said goodbye
Day by day I’m losin’ my blues, more and more I’m forgettin’ bout you
( fiddle – steel )
But oh how hard I’d tried to keep you by my side
And oh how I cried the day you said goodbye
Day by day I’m losin’ my blues, more and more I’m forgettin’ bout you

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Webb Pierce - More and More
Single Webb Pierce Decca 1954

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