About the Song

Conway Twitty’s rendition of “Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain” is a poignant interpretation of this classic country ballad, originally written by Fred Rose. Released as part of Twitty’s album “The Conway Twitty Collection” in 1987, this timeless track showcases Twitty’s ability to convey raw emotion through his music.

“Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain” tells the story of lost love and heartbreak, with Twitty’s emotive vocals adding depth and authenticity to the lyrics. The song’s melancholic melody resonates with listeners, evoking feelings of nostalgia and longing.

Upon its release, “Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain” received critical acclaim and climbed the country music charts, earning Twitty widespread recognition for his heartfelt rendition of the classic tune. While specific chart rankings may vary, the song undoubtedly struck a chord with audiences, solidifying its place as one of Twitty’s most beloved tracks.

Decades later, “Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain” remains a cherished favorite among fans of Conway Twitty and country music enthusiasts alike. Its timeless appeal and universal themes of love and loss continue to resonate with listeners of all ages.

Whether you’re reminiscing about lost love or simply appreciating the beauty of Twitty’s music, “Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain” is sure to tug at your heartstrings. So, sit back, relax, and let Twitty’s velvety voice transport you to a place of introspection and reflection as you listen to this timeless ballad.



Just two kids from the country, far from any town
And wherever I played Rose could always be found
Life was hard but we made it and as everyone knows
I was there when she needed me, a playmate of Rose
Now years have passed, things have changed
Since we moved into town
The little girl I grew up with is your woman now I found
And now the sidewalks of the city where
Wild temptation flows
Is her new playground and the playmates of Rose
So if you’re the one that’s holdin’ her tight
Somewhere out there tonight
Please don’t treat her as if she’s just another girl
From off the street
And please, don’t do her wrong
For her pride is almost gone
For you see Rose means the world to me
I love the girl you found out in the world
The girl that every man knows
But I love her today so different from your way
For you see, I’m the brother of Rose