I Want to Go with You (album)

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I Want To Go With You
Studio album by Eddy Arnold
Released 1966
Genre Country
Label RCA Victor
Producer Chet Atkins
Eddy Arnold chronology
My World
I Want To Go With You
The Last Word In Lonesome

I Want To Go With You is a studio album by American country music singer Eddy Arnold released by RCA Victor in 1966. It reached #1 in the US country charts and #26 in the Billboard 200 charts. Released as a single in early 1966, the title track "I Want to Go with You" peaked at #36 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.[2] It was more successful with country and adult contemporary audiences, reaching #1 on both the Billboard country chart for six weeks and the easy listening chart for three weeks.[3]

Track listing[1][edit]

Side 1

  1. "I Want to Go with You” (Cochran)
  2. "Love Me Like That" (Deal)
  3. "Somebody Loves You” (Tobias De Rose)
  4. "Good-Bye Sunshine" (Walker)
  5. "Don’t Forget I Still Love You" (Louis)
  6. "After Losing You" (McAlpin)

Side 2

  1. "Come Live with Me and Be My Love" (Walker)
  2. "A Good Woman’s Love" (Coben)
  3. "One Kiss for Old Times Sake" (Resnick/Young)
  4. "I’ll Always Be in Love with You" (Green/Ruby/Stept)
  5. "Pardon Me" (Galbraith/Mareno)
  6. "You'd Better Stop Tellin' Lies (About Me)" (Horton)


  • Arranged and Conducted by Bill Walker
  • Produced by Chet Atkins
  • Recorded at RCA Victor’s “Nashville Sound” studio, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Recording Engineer: Jim Malloy


  1. ^ a b c d Original album sleeve notes
  2. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits, 8th Edition (Billboard Publications)
  3. ^ Hyatt, Wesley (1999). The Billboard Book of #1 Adult Contemporary Hits (Billboard Publications)