If You're Not Gone Too Long
|"If You're Not Gone Too Long"|
|Single by Loretta Lynn|
|from the album Singin' with Feelin'|
|B-side||"A Man I Hardly Know"|
|Recorded||18 January 1967|
Bradley's Barn, Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, U.S.
|Genre||Honky tonk country|
|Loretta Lynn singles chronology|
Background and reception
"If You're Not Gone Too Long" was recorded at the Bradley's Barn on January 18, 1967. Located in Nashville, Tennessee, the session was produced by renowned country music producer Owen Bradley. Three additional tracks were recorded during this session.
"If You're Not Gone Too Long" reached number seven on the Billboard Hot Country Singles survey in 1967. The song became her tenth top ten single under the Decca recording label. It was included on her studio album, Singin' with Feelin' (1967).
- 7" vinyl single
- "The Home You're Tearing Down" – 2:44
- "Farther to Go" – 2:24
|US Hot Country Singles (Billboard)||7|
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- "If You're Not Gone Too Long/A Man I Hardly Know by Loretta Lynn (Single, Country)". Rate Your Music. Retrieved 3 April 2016.
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