Hangin' Up My Heart

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Hangin' Up My Heart
Hangin' Up My Heart - album cover - Sissy Spacek.jpg
Studio album by Sissy Spacek
Released 1983
Genre Country
Label Atlantic
Producer Rodney Crowell

Hangin' Up My Heart is the 1983 debut album of actress Sissy Spacek. The album produced three singles: "Lonely but Only for You", which reached number 15 on Hot Country Songs, along with "If I Can Just Get Through the Night" and "If You Could Only See Me Now".[1]

Critical reception[edit]

An uncredited review in People magazine said that Spacek's "vocals are amazingly strong and sensuous". The reviewer also called it an "auspicious showing by an Oscar-winning actress who has a natural feel for this genre".[2] Keith Tuber of Orange Coast magazine was also positive, writing that the title track "erases the initial feelings of mistrust, the kind that accompanies any singing work from a professional actress". Tuber also praised Rodney Crowell's production.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Hangin' Up My Heart" (Hank DeVito) — 2:41
  2. "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?" (Scotty Wiseman) — 2:49
  3. "He Don't Know Me" (Sissy Spacek) — 3:41
  4. "Lonely but Only for You" (Charlie Black, Rory Michael Bourke, K.T. Oslin) — 3:30
  5. "This Time I'm Gonna Beat You to the Truck" (Susanna Clark) — 2:29
  6. "Honky Tonkin'" (Hank Williams) — 2:18
  7. "Old Home Town" (David Pomeranz) — 3:04
  8. "Smooth Talkin' Daddy" (Loretta Lynn, Spacek) — 3:24
  9. "If You Could Only See Me Now" (Keith Sykes) — 2:51
  10. "If I Can Just Get Through The Night" (Peter Anders) — 3:36

Chart performance[edit]


Chart (1983) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums[4] 17


Year Single Chart Positions
US Country[1] US Bubbling[1] CAN Country[5]
1983 "Lonely But Only for You" 15 10 13
1984 "If I Can Just Get Through the Night" 57 41
"If You Could Only See Me Now" 79


  1. ^ a b c Whitburn, Joel (2008). Hot Country Songs 1944 to 2008. Record Research, Inc. p. 395. ISBN 0-89820-177-2. 
  2. ^ "Picks and Pans". People 20 (13). 26 September 1983. 
  3. ^ Tuber, Keith (January 1984). "Music". Orange Coast Magazine: 127. 
  4. ^ "Hangin' Up My Heart Charts & Awards". Allmusic. Retrieved April 29, 2012. 
  5. ^ "Search results for Sissy Spacek". Library and Archives Canada. Retrieved 29 April 2012.