About the song

Introducing “Am I That Easy To Forget” by Marty Robbins, a timeless classic that delves into the depths of heartbreak and loss with its haunting melody and poignant lyrics. Marty Robbins, revered for his rich baritone voice and emotive delivery, brings this melancholic ballad to life with his signature style.

“Am I That Easy To Forget” is a track from Marty Robbins’ album “More Greatest Hits,” released in 1961. This album marked another successful chapter in Robbins’ illustrious career, featuring a collection of his most beloved songs. The song itself, written by Carl Belew, W.S. Stevenson, and Shelby Singleton, strikes a chord with listeners with its raw emotion and soul-stirring melody.

In terms of chart performance, “Am I That Easy To Forget” soared to the top of various country music charts, earning favorable positions and becoming a staple on radio playlists. Its timeless appeal and universal themes of heartache and longing resonated with audiences, solidifying Marty Robbins’ status as a legend in the genre.

As listeners immerse themselves in “Am I That Easy To Forget,” they are transported to a world of love lost and memories lingering, where Robbins’ emotive vocals tug at the heartstrings. With its haunting melody and introspective lyrics, the song stands as a testament to Robbins’ ability to convey the complexities of human emotion through music.

Marty Robbins’ masterful interpretation of “Am I That Easy To Forget” ensures its place as a cherished gem in the vast landscape of country music, offering solace to those who have experienced the pain of love’s departure. So take a moment to reflect and appreciate the beauty of this timeless ballad by one of the genre’s most iconic voices.

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Lyrics

They say you’ve found somebody new
But that won’t stop me loving you
I just can’t let you walk away
Forget the love I had for you
Guess I could find somebody, too
But I don’t want no one but you
How could you leave without regret
Am I that easy to forget
Before you leave be sure you find
You want his love much more than mine
Cause I’ll just say we’ve never met
If I’m that easy to forget
Before you leave be sure you find
You want his love much more than mine
Cause I’ll just say we’ve never met
If I’m that easy to forget
If I’m that easy to forget