The Casinos were an anomaly during the late '60s. Instead of producing psychedelic hard rock, they offer doo-wop, a genre many thought died in the early '60s. This classic song by country music legend John D. Loudermilk was number 6 in 1967. A lot of country artists covered this tune also (Glenn Campbell and Eddy Arnold to name 2). This song was covered in 1979 by Texas country/pop/rock band Toby Beau for their second album More Than A Love Song and it became a huge hit in the Philippines. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
1978 classic remake "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye". The Sammi Smith oldies Music Lyrics to the song "Help Me Make It Through The Night" was written by John D. Loudermilk and released on Smith's 1978 album titled New Winds, Old Quadrants. Of all the covers of this well written song by the "guys" I believe Sammi Smith's version will be the one that sticks with you longer. The Jordanaiers were original background vocals for Elvis, Ricky Nelson, Patsy Cline and many, many other recording artists Then if it don't work out Then you can tell me goodbye.
Then if you must go I won't tell you no Just so that we can say we tried Tell me you'll love me for a million years Then if it don't work out Then if it don't work out Then you can tell me goodbye. Compartir la letra 'Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye'. X. Canciones de The Casinos. TOP letras de The Casinos. Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye. Más letras de The Casinos. THEN YOU CAN TELL ME GOODBYE es una canción de The Casinos
The Casinos released its version in 1967 from its debut album Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye. It reached number 6 on the . Billboard Hot 100 in March 1967, and was the group's only Top 40 pop hit. Musicians on the recording included Bob Armstrong on organ, Mickey Denton on guitar, Ray White on bass, and Bob Smith on drums. In 1968, country music artist Eddy Arnold covered "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye" on his album Walkin' in Love Land. Arnold has said that he was inspired to record the song after hearing Loudermilk perform it. Arnold's rendition was a Number One hit on both the . Billboard Hot Country Singles (now Hot Country Songs) charts and RPM.
A surprise 50s-style hit for the Casinos in early 1967 - note the use of the so-called 'Hendrix' chord (Bb7 in the horn arrangement of this lovely John D. Loudermilk ballad. Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye". out A D Then if it don't work out A D E Bb7 Then you can tell me goodbye. Verse 2: Sweeten my coffee with a morning kiss Soften my dreams with your sighs Tell me you'll love me for a million years Then if it don't work out Then if it don't work out. D A Then you can tell me goodbye. Bridge: D A If you must go, oh no, I won't grieve B7 E7 Bb7 If you wait a lifetime before you leave.
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Written By – John D. Loudermilk
Songwriter – Chuck Berry