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    Blue Side Of Lonesome: Jim Reeves. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab.

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    Blue Side of Lonesome Jim Reeves. About “Blue Side of Lonesome” “Blue Side of Lonesome” Q&A. Album Credits. Writers Frederic Weatherly, Leon Payne, Rod Morris & 1 more.

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    Blue Side of Lonesome Recorded by George Jones Written by Leon Payne [3/4 time] G D7 I'm calling to tell you it's over G Yes darling you're now free to go D7 You're saying you're sorry you hurt me G G7 But you can't hurt me no more I know C G You're asking me where this call comes from.

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    Jun 13,  · Blue Without My Baby 3 Deep Dark Water 4 Blue Side of Lonesome 5 Seabreeze 6 Teardrops on the Rocks 7 Trying to Forget 8 I Catch Myself Crying 9 Crying Is My Favorite Mood 10 I Won't Come in While He's There

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    Song: Blue Side Of Lonesome Jim Reeves Sheet Music. Jim Reeves CDs. Send?Blue Side Of Lonesome? Ringtone to Cell Phone "Blue Side Of Lonesome" as performed. by Jim Reeeves. Key = A (3/4) Intro = E7 - E7 - A - A. I'm [A] Calling To Tell You It's [E7] Over. Yes Darling You're Now Free To .

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    Jim Reeves - Blue Side Of Lonesome: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Blue Side Of Lonesome: A2: I Catch Myself Crying: A3: Trying To Forget: A4: I Know The One: A5: Seabreeze: B1: I Won't Come In While He's There: B2: Blue Without My Baby: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on .

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    JIM REEVES Blue Side Of Lonesome Lyrics. I'm calling to tell you it's over Yes darling, you're now free to go You're saying you're sorry you hurt me But you hurt me much more than you know You're asking me where this call comes from Oh, I hope that you won't end up here10/10(1).

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    About Blue Side Of Lonesome "Blue Side of Lonesome" is a song written and recorded by Leon Payne in It is most famously known from the posthumous single by Jim Reeves. The single was Reeves' fifth posthumous release to reach number one on the U. S. country music chart.

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