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He Stopped Loving Her Today - George Jones (2) - I Am What I Am (Cassette)

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  1. Dec 17,  · "He Stopped Loving Her Today" is a song recorded by American country music artist George Jones. It has been named in several surveys as the greatest country song of .
  2. Key and BPM for He Stopped Loving Her Today by George Jones. Also see Camelot, duration, release date, label, popularity, energy, danceability, and .
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for I Am What I Am - George Jones on AllMusic - - I Am What I Am announced that George Jones had.
  4. His wife left him he never stopped loving her just like he said. Loved her til the day he died. The song touches on heartbreak, and true love. Mark from Byrdstown, Tn In his autobiography George Jones said when he recorded the song he was drunk and when it came to the spoken part he had to do it over 4 times before he got it right.
  5. In the same documentary, Sherrill claims that Jones was in such bad physical shape during this period that "the recitation was recorded 18 months after the first verse was" and added that the last words Jones said about "He Stopped Loving Her Today" was "Nobody'll buy that morbid son of a bitch".
  6. Opening with perhaps the greatest country single ever, "He Stopped Loving Her Today," Jones lends both a regal authority and a humble sorrow to lyric after lyric, all uniformly graceful and stately. The only weak track is "His Lovin' Her Is Gettin' in My Way," an anticipation of the cloying bounce of Hot Country, though even that slight number /5(50).
  7. Aug 13,  · He Stopped Loving Her Today Recorded by George Jones Written by R. V. Braddock and C. Putman, Jr. Transcribed by D. Worthum Comments or? [email protected] [email protected] [Verse] (capo 3rd fret) E He said I'll love you 'til I die A She told him you'll forget in time B7 As the years went slowly by E She still preyed upon his mind E He kept her picture .
  8. Carrie Carrie ha away. He love her. Well, Well, Well, you you you know know know she she came. came came to to see him him one one. last time. Oh, we all wondered if she would. It It kept kept running running through. through my mind. This This This time time time he's he's he's he's. overheard overheard for for for for. good. good. good.
  9. I Am What I Am George Jones Country · Preview Editors’ Notes What makes this one of George Jones’ finest post-’70s albums? For one thing, it contains perhaps the most heart-wrenching country ballad ever sung, “He Stopped Loving Her Today.” But it also finds the honky-tonk hero bringing more gravitas to the table than ever before.

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