When I Get Thru with You
|"When I Get Thru with You"|
|Single by Patsy Cline|
|from the album (single only)|
|A-side||"When I Get Thru with You"|
|Released||7 May 1962|
|Recorded||28 February 1962
Bradley Film and Recording Studio, Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
|Genre||Country, traditional pop|
|Patsy Cline singles chronology|
"When I Get Thru with You (You'll Love Me Too)" is a song written by Harlan Howard which became a hit for Patsy Cline in 1962. The song went to #10 on the country chart and #53 on the pop chart. Howard had previously co-written Cline's #1 hit "I Fall to Pieces".
Cline sings about how she desperately wants a man that she really likes, the only problem is he has a girlfriend already. So what she decides to do is try to get through with him and in the end she says, "when I get through with you, you'll love me true, not Sue".
French singer Françoise Hardy covered the song in 1965 as "Quel mal y a-t-il à ça?"
|U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles||10|
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||53|
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