About the Song

Conway Twitty’s “The Image of Me” is a countrypolitan ballad that tells the story of a man who is struggling to maintain his self-image in the face of his lover’s disapproval. The song was written by Twitty and released in 1968 as the second single from his album of the same name. It reached number one on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart and number 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The song’s lyrics are simple but powerful. They tell the story of a man who is trying to be the man his lover wants him to be, but he is struggling to live up to her expectations. He is afraid that if he is not what she wants, she will leave him. The song’s chorus is particularly poignant:

“The image of me, the image of me Is the only thing that I can give to you And if you can’t accept the image of me Then you’ll have to walk on by.”

“The Image of Me” is a classic country song that has stood the test of time. It is a song about love, loss, and self-acceptance. It is a song that will resonate with anyone who has ever felt like they were not good enough.

Conway Twitty was one of the most successful country singers of all time. He had a string of hits in the 1960s and 1970s, including “The Image of Me”, “Hello Darlin’”, and “You’ve Never Been This Far Before”. Twitty was known for his smooth, baritone voice and his romantic ballads. He was a member of the Grand Ole Opry and was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1999.

“The Image of Me” is a timeless song that is sure to touch the hearts of listeners of all ages. It is a song about the power of love and the importance of self-acceptance.



The Image Of Me
Conway Twitty
Yes I know she’s the life of the party
And without her things here would die
Oh but don’t be fooled by her laughter
She has her sad times, she knows how to cry
She drinks, and she talks, just a little too loud
And with her pride gone, she hangs around
With any old crowd
Yes I know I’m to blame, and i feel so ashamed
That I made her the image of me
I met her in a little country town
She was simple and old fashioned in some ways
But she loved me ’till I dragged her down
Then she just gave up and drifted away