Nobody in His Right Mind Would've Left Her
|"Nobody in His Right Mind Would've Left Her"|
|Single by George Strait|
|from the album #7|
|B-side||"You Still Get to Me"|
|Released||April 21, 1986|
|Producer||Jimmy Bowen, George Strait|
|George Strait singles chronology|
"Nobody in His Right Mind Would've Left Her" is the title of a song written by Dean Dillon, and recorded by American country music singer George Strait. It was released in April 1986 as the first single from the album #7. The song was originally recorded by Dillon, whose version peaked at number 25 on Billboard's Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in 1980.
The song tells the story of a guy that broke up with a girl. He was the one that told her he had to move on and now he’s the one crying over the loss.
Kevin John Coyne of Country Universe gave the song a B+ grade, calling it a "standard country weeper with a mouthful of a title." He goes on to say that Strait "is able to close the gap, which makes songs that would sound odd in another singer’s hands sound a bit surprising but still completely natural in Strait’s."
|U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles||25|
|U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles||1|
|Canadian RPM Country Tracks||1|
- Keith Whitley recorded the song for his 1985 album L.A. to Miami; however, it wasn't released as a single.
"On the Other Hand"
by Randy Travis
|Billboard Hot Country Singles
August 2, 1986
"Rockin' with the Rhythm of the Rain"
by The Judds
"All Tied Up"
by Ronnie McDowell
|RPM Country Tracks
August 16, 1986
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