About the Song

Conway Twitty’s timeless classic “Walk Me To The Door” embodies the essence of heartfelt longing and emotional vulnerability. Featured on his acclaimed album “The Best of Conway Twitty,” this poignant ballad resonates with its evocative lyricism and soulful melodies, captivating listeners with its timeless appeal and universal themes of love and loss.

Penned by revered songwriters Betty Jean Robinson and Joe South, “Walk Me To The Door” delves into the bittersweet emotions of farewell and separation. Twitty’s emotive delivery, characterized by his distinctive baritone voice, infuses the song with a sense of longing and intimacy, inviting listeners to empathize with the raw emotions of the narrator as he bids farewell to a cherished loved one.

Throughout his illustrious career, Conway Twitty has established himself as a legendary figure in the realms of country and pop music. With a multitude of chart-topping hits to his credit, including numerous number one singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, Twitty’s influence on the music industry is undeniable. “Walk Me To The Door” further solidifies his legacy, earning praise from critics and fans alike for its timeless beauty and emotional depth.

As listeners are swept away by the haunting melodies of “Walk Me To The Door,” they are reminded of the universal experience of love and loss. In Conway Twitty’s capable hands, this poignant ballad transcends the boundaries of time and genre, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of all who encounter it.

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Lyrics

Walk me to the door
And hold me close just one more time
Kiss me just once more
The way you did when you were mine
The longest walk I’ll ever take
Will be across that floor
That’s why I’m asking one last favor
Walk me to the door
Divorce is granted, you must set her free
These are the words the judge just said to me
How can I go through life without her like it was before
When I can even make it to the door
Walk me to the door
And hold me close just one more time
Kiss me just once more
The way you did when you were mine
The longest walk I’ll ever take
Will be across that floor
That’s why I’m asking one last favor
Walk me to the door
I promise I won’t try to make commands
I know I don’t deserve you back again
My trembling lips are begging now, they never did before
Just one last favor walk me to the door
Walk me to the door
And hold me close just one more time
Kiss me just once more
The way you did when you were mine
The longest walk I’ll ever take
Will be across that floor
That’s why I’m asking one last favor
Walk me to the door