About the Song

Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn’s “I Still Believe In Waltzes” is a beautiful country ballad that captures the essence of enduring love and timeless romance. Written by Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn themselves, this song was released in 1981 as part of their album “Two’s a Party.”

The song reflects on the enduring power of waltzes as a symbol of love and commitment, with Twitty and Lynn’s heartfelt vocals bringing depth and emotion to the poignant lyrics. Their seamless harmonies and soulful delivery create a mesmerizing listening experience that resonates with audiences of all ages.

“On the charts, “I Still Believe In Waltzes” reached the top ten on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart, reaffirming Twitty and Lynn’s status as one of country music’s most beloved duos. Its chart success highlighted the song’s universal appeal and underscored the duo’s ability to connect with listeners through their heartfelt performances.

Decades after its release, “I Still Believe In Waltzes” remains a cherished classic in the country music canon, celebrated for its timeless beauty and emotional resonance. Its enduring popularity is a testament to Twitty and Lynn’s enduring legacy as masters of the genre.

With its haunting melody and poignant lyrics, “I Still Believe In Waltzes” continues to captivate audiences and evoke feelings of love and nostalgia.

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Lyrics

I pushed him away and carefully said I’m just not that kinda girl
You might think I’m square
But you’ve been around in the ways of the world
I know that making is taking for granted
Its all easy come, easy go
He pulled me close, whispered, now darlin’ there’s something I want you to know

I still believe in waltzes, and girls with old fashioned ways
I still believe in love songs, in the good, in the good ole days
I’ve always liked happy endings, somebody’s dream coming true
I still believe in waltzes and dancing the last one with you

He slipped into bed, I turned over and said
I’m worried your working so late
Is it just your job
that keeps you away, Lord
I know the temptations are gray
I’m just a wife, I’m just a momma
Its not too exciting I know
He pulled me close and whispered those same words that night long ago

I still believe in waltzes, and girls with old fashioned ways
I still believe in love songs, in the good, in the good ole days
I’ve always liked happy endings, somebody’s dream coming true
I still believe in waltzes and dancing the last one with you

We still believe in waltzes…