Before I'm Over You
|Before I'm Over You|
|Studio album by Loretta Lynn|
|Released||January 1, 1964|
|Loretta Lynn chronology|
Before I'm Over You is the second studio album by American country singer, Loretta Lynn.
Before I'm Over You was released in 1964 on Decca Records. The album was the second album of Lynn's and consisted of 12 previously unrecorded tracks. The album released two singles, "Before I'm Over You" and "Wine, Women, and Song", both of which reached the Top 10 in 1964, jumpstarting Lynn's career for her breakthrough in 1967. Like most Country albums of the time, this album included cover versions of hits by other artists, including "Loose Talk" and "The End of the World". The album includes two of Lynn's own compositions, including "This Haunted House", which Lynn wrote as a tribute to friend and Country singer, Patsy Cline, who died the previous year in a plane crash.
The album peaked at #11 on the Top Country Albums chart in 1964.
- "Singing the Blues" - (Melvin Endsley) (cover of Marty Robbins hit)
- "Before I'm Over You" - (Betty Sue Perry)
- "You Don't Have to Be a Baby to Cry" - (Bob Merrill, Terry Shand) (cover of Ernest Tubb hit)
- "Who Will Help Me Get Over You" - (Sylvia Dee, Arthur Kent)
- "Loose Talk" - (Freddie Hart, Ann Lucas) (cover of Carl Smith hit)
- "Where Were You" - (Lynn)
- "Wine, Women, and Song" - (Betty Sue Perry)
- "The End of the World" - (Sylvia Dee, Arthur Kent) (cover of Skeeter Davis hit)
- "My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You" - (Lee Ross, Bob Wills) (cover of Ray Price hit)
- "Fool No. 1" - (Fulton) (cover of Brenda Lee hit)
- "This Haunted House" - (Lynn)
- "Get Set for a Heartache" - (Joe Deaton, Red Landers)
Album – Billboard (North America)
Singles - Billboard (North America)
|1963||"Before I'm Over You"||Country Singles||4|
|1964||"Wine, Women, and Song"||Country Singles||3|