About the Song

Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, two legends of country music, joined forces to create a timeless duet that tugs at the heartstrings – “I’m So Used To Loving You”. Released in 1970 as part of their album “We Only Make Believe”, this song showcases the undeniable chemistry between Twitty and Lynn and their ability to convey emotion through their music.

Penned by songwriter George Richey along with Conway Twitty himself, “I’m So Used To Loving You” delves into the complexities of love and longing. Its poignant lyrics and heartfelt melody resonate with listeners, capturing the bittersweet essence of a relationship that endures despite its challenges.

Upon its release, “I’m So Used To Loving You” soared to the top of the country music charts, earning Twitty and Lynn critical acclaim and numerous accolades. Its soul-stirring vocals and heartfelt delivery struck a chord with audiences, cementing its status as a classic duet in the annals of country music history.

Despite the passage of time, “I’m So Used To Loving You” remains a beloved favorite among fans of both Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn. Its timeless appeal continues to captivate listeners, offering a poignant reminder of the power of love to transcend obstacles and withstand the test of time.

Whether you’re a longtime admirer of classic country music or discovering the magic of Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn for the first time, “I’m So Used To Loving You” is sure to leave a lasting impression. So, sit back, relax, and let the soulful harmonies of these two country music icons whisk you away on a journey of love, longing, and timeless romance.



I’m so used to loving you sweetheart you’re on my mind each minute we’re apart
And I love you more each day that we go through
You’re my life and I’ll live it loving you
I’m so used to loving you it seems
I can’t stand the thought of losing you not even in my dream
Hold me close and tell me what I’d do without you
I couldn’t take it I’m so used to loving you
I’m so used to the little things you say like hello darlin’ did you have a busy day
And the way you hold me close when day is through
Yes you’re my love and I’ll love it loving you
I’m so used to loving you…