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A Timeless Country Song: “Don’t Cry Joni” – Live Duet of Conway Twitty and Daughter Joni

This is a timeless beautiful duet of a Conway Twitty song Don’t Cry Joni. This song was written by Conway Twitty and he recorded it with his daughter Joni Lee and released as a single in 1975. The recording peaked at number 63 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.

About Conway Twitty

Conway Twitty was born Harold Lloyd Jenkins. He was an American country music singer. He was fairly famous for his works in the rock, rock and roll, pop, and R&B genres as well. Conway is well-loved for his evergreen duets with the legendary country music singer Loretta Lynn. He won a total of five Academy of Country Music awards and four Country Music Association awards. Conway produced some of the most iconic country music songs with Loretta Lynn with twelve of their duets making it to the Billboard’s hot country singles chart. His popular tracks include: ‘After the Fire is Gone’, ‘As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone’, ‘Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man’, ‘Feelins’, ‘Hello Darlin’, ‘It’s Only Make Believe’, ‘Crazy in Love’, and ‘Desperado Love’. He is considered among the greatest country singers of all time with approximately 50 singles on the country and rock charts.

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Don’t Cry Joni Lyrics

Conway Twitty, Joni Lee

Jimmy please say you’ll wait for me
I’ll grow up someday you’ll see
Savin’ all my kisses just for you
Signed with love forever true

Joni was the girl who lived next door
I’ve known her I guess 10 years or more
Joni wrote me a note one day
And this is what she had to say

Jimmy please say you’ll wait for me
I’ll grow up someday you’ll see
Savin’ all my kisses just for you
Signed with love forever true

Slowly I read her note once more
Then I went over to the house next door
Her teardrops fell like rain that day
When I told Joni what I had to say

Joni, Joni, please don’t cry
You’ll forget me by and by
You’re just fifteen I’m twenty two
Joni I just can’t wait for you

Soon I left our little home town
Got me a job and tried to settle down
But her words kept haunting my memory
The words that Joni said to me
Jimmy please say you’ll wait for me
I’ll grow up someday you’ll see
Savin’ all my kisses just for you
Signed with love forever true

I packed my clothes and I caught a plane
I had to see Joni, I had to explain
How my heart was filled with her memory
And ask my Joni if she’d marry me

I ran all the way to the house next door
But things weren’t like they were before
My teardrops fell like rain that day
When I heard what Joni had to say

Jimmy Jimmy please don’t cry
You’ll forget me by and by
It’s been five years since you’ve been gone
Jimmy I married your best friend John.

Source: LyricFind

Songwriters: Conway Twitty

Don’t Cry Joni lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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“Goodbye Time” – Conway Twitty Live at TNN/Music City Country News Living Legend Award 1988

Enjoy this classic Conway Twitty Country song “Goodbye Time.” It was released in February 1988 as the first single from Twitty’s album “Still in Your Dreams.” The song reached number 7 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Conway is such a versatile performer! Enjoy!!!

About Conway Twitty

Conway Twitty was born Harold Lloyd Jenkins. He was an American country music singer. He was fairly famous for his works in the rock, rock and roll, pop, and R&B genres as well. Conway is well-loved for his evergreen duets with the legendary country music singer Loretta Lynn. He won a total of five Academy of Country Music awards and four Country Music Association awards. Conway produced some of the most iconic country music songs with Loretta Lynn with twelve of their duets making it to the Billboard’s hot country singles chart. His popular tracks include: ‘After the Fire is Gone’, ‘As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone’, ‘Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man’, ‘Feelins’, ‘Hello Darlin’, ‘It’s Only Make Believe’, ‘Crazy in Love’, and ‘Desperado Love’. He is considered among the greatest country singers of all time with approximately 50 singles on the country and rock charts.

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Goodbye Time Lyrics

It’s your life, you say you need a change
Don’t all the dreams we’ve seen come true mean anything?
You say it’s different now and you keep staring at the door
How can you walk away? Don’t I matter anymore?

If being free is worth what you leave behind
And if it’s too late for love to change your mind
Then it’s goodbye time

If we had known our love would come to this
We could have saved our hearts the hurt of wasted years
Well, it’s been fun, what else can I say?
If the feelings gone, words won’t stop you anyway

If being free is worth what you leave behind
And if it’s too late for love to change your mind
Then it’s goodbye time

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Roger Murrah / James Dean Hicks

Goodbye Time lyrics © Sony/atv Acuff Rose Music

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Conway Twitty 12th Number 1 Song: “Linda On My Mind”

Watch Conway Twitty performs “Linda on My Mind.” This song was written and recorded by American Conway himself. It was released in January 1975 as the first single and title track from the album Linda on My Mind. The song was Twitty’s 12th number one on the U.S. country singles chart. The single stayed at number one for one week and spent a total of eight weeks on the chart.

About Conway Twitty

Conway Twitty was born Harold Lloyd Jenkins. He was an American country music singer. He was fairly famous for his works in the rock, rock and roll, pop, and R&B genres as well. Conway is well-loved for his evergreen duets with the legendary country music singer Loretta Lynn. He won a total of five Academy of Country Music awards and four Country Music Association awards. Conway produced some of the most iconic country music songs with Loretta Lynn with twelve of their duets making it to the Billboard’s hot country singles chart. His popular tracks include: ‘After the Fire is Gone’, ‘As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone’, ‘Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man’, ‘Feelins’, ‘Hello Darlin’, ‘It’s Only Make Believe’, ‘Crazy in Love’, and ‘Desperado Love’. He is considered among the greatest country singers of all time with approximately 50 singles on the country and rock charts.

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Linda on My Mind Lyrics

Conway Twitty

Now I’m lying here with Linda on my mind
And next to me, my soon to be, the one I left behind
And Lord it’s killing me to see her crying
She knows I’m lying here beside her with Linda on my mind.

Yes I know that I once loved her
And I placed no one above her
And I never thought I’d ever set her free
But it just wasn’t in my plan
The way Linda squeezed my hand
The first time that I held her close as she danced with me.

She said I’ve loved you for a long time
But you’re married to a friend of mine
And I tried hard to never let it show
But my love for you is stronger
I can’t hide it any longer
And so I thought I’d better let you know.Now

I’m lying here with Linda on my mind
And next to me, my soon to be, the one I left behind
And Lord it’s killing me to see her crying
She knows I’m lying here beside her with Linda on my mind

Source: LyricFind

Songwriters: Conway Twitty

Linda on My Mind lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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