About the Song

Conway Twitty’s “Darling, You Know I Wouldn’t Lie” is a poignant country ballad that resonates with its sincere lyrics and heartfelt melody. Released in 1969, this timeless classic was penned by the acclaimed songwriter Norro Wilson. The song became one of Twitty’s signature hits, showcasing his remarkable vocal prowess and emotional depth.

Featured on Twitty’s album “Darling, You Know I Wouldn’t Lie,” the song captured the essence of love, honesty, and regret. Twitty’s smooth, soulful voice perfectly conveys the emotions of the protagonist as he pleads for understanding and forgiveness.

The track climbed the country music charts, earning Twitty widespread recognition and acclaim. Its success solidified Twitty’s reputation as one of the genre’s most beloved artists. “Darling, You Know I Wouldn’t Lie” resonated with audiences, striking a chord with anyone who has experienced the complexities of love and relationships.

With its timeless appeal and universal themes, “Darling, You Know I Wouldn’t Lie” remains a beloved classic in the country music canon, continuing to touch the hearts of listeners across generations.



Here I am late again for the last time
And like I promised I just told her goodbye
Please believe me for this time, it’s really over
And darling you know I wouldn’t lie
Didn’t I come and tell you about her
How temptation lured she and I
But now I know it was only fascination
And darling you know I wouldn’t lie
I had to led her down easy as slow as I could
After all she’s got feelings too
But it took a little longer than I thought it would
But this time she knows we’re really through
She wanted to hold me forever
And this lipstick shows her final try
And these tears on my shoulders are provin’ that she failed
And darling you know I wouldn’t lie