Singin' with Feelin'

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Singin' With Feelin'
Studio album by Loretta Lynn
Released 1967
Genre Country
Label Decca
Producer Owen Bradley
Loretta Lynn chronology
Don't Come a Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
(1967)
Singin' With Feelin'
(1967)
Ernest Tubb & Loretta Lynn Singin' Again
(1967)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Singin' With Feelin' is a 1967 album by American country singer-songwriter, Loretta Lynn.

This was Lynn's second studio album of the year. The album spawned one single, "If You're Not Gone too Long", which peaked in the Country Top 10 in 1967. Three Lynn compositions were released from the album, "Bargain Basement Dress" and "Slowly Killing Me" were self-penned, while "I'll Sure Come Long a Way Down" was co-written with a songwriter. These three songs were part of the 12 tracks the album consisted of. Lynn's cover version of "Secret Love" by Doris Day is featured as a track on the album, as well as the song "It's Such a Pretty World Today".

The album peaked at #3 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart in 1967.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Bargain Basement Dress" - 1:45 (Lynn)
  2. "Dark Moon" - 2:44 (Ned Miller)
  3. "If Lonlieness Don't Kill Me" - 2:25 (Bill Henson)
  4. "It's Such a Pretty World Today" - 2:10 (Dale Noe)
  5. "Wanted Woman" - 2:07 (Teddy Wilburn)
  6. "Slowly Killing Me" - 2:24 (Lynn)
  7. "Secret Love" - 2:47 (Sammy Fain, Paul Francis Webster)
  8. "I'll Sure Come Long a Long Way Down" - 2:24 (Lynn, Maggie Vaughn)
  9. "Walk Through This World With Me" - 2:24 (Kay Savage, Sandra Seamons)
  10. "If You're Not Gone too Long" - 2:36 (Wanda Ballman)
  11. "What Now" - 2:15 (Becky Hobbs, Jones)
  12. "A Place to Hide and Cry" - 2:12 (Doyle Wilburn)

Chart positions[edit]

AlbumBillboard (North America)

Year Chart Position
1967 Country Albums 3
1967 Pop Albums N/A

Singles - Billboard (North America)

Year Single Chart Position
1967 "If You're Not Gone too Long" Country Singles 7

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