About the Song

Conway Twitty’s “I’ll Get Over Losing You” is a poignant country ballad that speaks to the universal experience of heartbreak and resilience. Written by Ben Peters, a prolific songwriter known for his contributions to the country music genre, this song was released as part of Twitty’s album “To See My Angel Cry” in 1973.

“I’ll Get Over Losing You” showcases Twitty’s emotive vocal delivery and heartfelt lyrics, drawing listeners into the pain of lost love while offering a glimmer of hope for the future. Peters’ masterful songwriting captures the raw emotions of heartache, making this track resonate with audiences of all ages.

While “I’ll Get Over Losing You” didn’t top the charts, it enjoyed moderate success, reaching number 6 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. Its enduring popularity and continued presence in Twitty’s discography highlight its significance as a standout track on the album.

As fans revisit Twitty’s extensive catalog, “I’ll Get Over Losing You” remains a poignant reminder of the power of music to heal emotional wounds and provide solace in times of heartache. Its timeless message of resilience serves as a comforting beacon for anyone navigating the complexities of love and loss.

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Lyrics

The pain, the pain of a broken heart
The price I’ll pay for loving you
But I’ll get over losing you
I loved you from the very start
I just can’t seem to realize
As burning teardrops fill my eyes
You’re leaving me today
The pain, the pain of a broken heart
I watch you walk away
I loved you from the very start
The price I’ll pay for loving you
But I’ll get over losing you
I lost my love, I lost my home
I just can’t seem to win
If I get over losing you
I’ll never love again
The price I’ll pay for loving you
I loved you from the very start
The pain, the pain of a broken heart
But I’ll get over losing you