About the Song

Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, the dynamic duo of classic country music, teamed up to deliver another heartfelt ballad that resonates with listeners of all ages – “For Heaven’s Sake”. This poignant track was released in 1971 as part of their album “We Only Make Believe”, further solidifying their reputation as one of country music’s most beloved duets.

Written by the talented songwriting duo of Conway Twitty and Jack Nance, “For Heaven’s Sake” explores themes of love, faith, and devotion. Its soulful lyrics and melodic charm evoke a sense of longing and introspection, making it a standout track in Twitty and Lynn’s extensive catalog.

Upon its release, “For Heaven’s Sake” received critical acclaim and climbed the country music charts, earning Twitty and Lynn yet another hit in their illustrious careers. Its heartfelt message and emotive delivery struck a chord with audiences, propelling it to high positions on various music rankings.

Despite the passage of time, “For Heaven’s Sake” remains a timeless classic, a testament to the enduring legacy of Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn as two of country music’s greatest storytellers. Its poignant lyrics and soul-stirring melody continue to resonate with listeners, offering solace and comfort to those who have experienced the highs and lows of love.

Whether you’re a longtime fan of Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn or discovering their music for the first time, “For Heaven’s Sake” is sure to leave a lasting impression. So, sit back, relax, and let the enchanting harmonies of these two country music icons transport you to a place of love, faith, and timeless beauty.



[Verse 1]
We thought a baby was the answer to keep us happy in our world
Our prayers were answered with a darling baby girl
And we named her Heaven, but a child’s not all it takes
But I’ll stay, and I’ll stay for Heaven’s sake

[Verse 2]
You often send me roses and kiss me when you leave home
And you pick out my shirt and tie like nothing’s ever wrong
But we’re only fooling Heaven, we can’t make a mistake
I won’t leave you, I’ll see it through for Heaven’s sake

[Verse 3]
Christmas trees and make believe for Heaven’s sake
Ginger mint and let’s pretend if that’s what it takes
Evening prayers and pigtails, teddy bears and wishing wells
For Heaven’s sake

[Verse 4]
Rollers kates and skinned-up knee, and dirty faced
I kiss her hurt until her tears are all erased
Baby dolls and your high heels, lollipops before her meal
For Heaven’s sake