Wings Upon Your Horns (song)
|"Wings Upon Your Horns"|
|Single by Loretta Lynn|
|from the album Wings Upon Your Horns|
|B-side||"Let's Get Back Down to Earth"|
|Recorded||1 October 1969|
Bradley's Barn, Mount Juliet, Tennessee, U.S.
|Loretta Lynn singles chronology|
Background and reception
"Wings Upon Your Horns" was recorded at the Bradley's Barn on October 1, 1969. Located in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, the session was produced by renowned country music producer Owen Bradley. Two additional tracks were recorded during this session including one of Lynn's signature hits "Coal Miner's Daughter".
"Wings Upon Your Horns" reached number eleven on the Billboard Hot Country Singles survey in 1969. The song became her first secular single since 1963 to miss the top ten slot. Additionally, the song peaked at number five on the Canadian RPM Country Songs chart during this same period. It was included on her studio album, Wings Upon Your Horns (1970).
- 7" vinyl single
- "Wings Upon Your Horns" – 2:35
- "Let's Get Back Down to Earth" – 2:01
|Canada Country Songs (RPM)||5|
|US Hot Country Singles (Billboard)||11|
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