Webb Pierce – There Stands the Glass

It was Pierce's fifth release to hit number one on the country chart. It spent 27 weeks on the chart and was at the top for 12 weeks.

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Webb Pierce – There Stands the Glass, is a country song written by Russ Hull, Mary Jean Shurtz, and Autry Greisham. Originally recorded by Blaine Smith in 1952, it was a hit for Webb Pierce in 1953. It was Pierce’s fifth release to hit number one on the country chart. It spent 27 weeks on the chart and was at the top for 12 weeks.
Webb Pierce - There Stands the Glass
A-Side Single Webb Pierce Decca 1953
Webb Pierce – There Stands the Glass
A-side “I’m Walking the Dog”
Released September 1953
Genre Country
Length 2:22
Label Decca
Songwriter(s) Russ HullMary Jean Shurtz. Autry Greisham
Producer(s) Owen Bradley

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Webb Pierce – There Stands the Glass Lyrics

There stands the glass that will ease all my pain
That will settle my brain it’s my first one today
There stands the glass that will hide all my tears
That will drown all my fear brother I’m on my way
I’m wondering where you are tonight I’m wondering if you are all right
I wonder if you think of me in my misery
There stands the glass fill it up to the brim
Till my troubles grow dim it’s my first one today
I’m wondering where you are tonight…

GENIUS





Webb Pierce - There Stands the Glass
Single Webb Pierce Decca 1953

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