Patsy Cline – She’s Got You (7″, US)

30 January 1962 Decca 31354
A. She’s Got You
B. Strange
Patsy Cline - She's Got You (7", US)
NOTES:
US Patsy Cline 7″ single from 1962 featuring She’s Got You which was covered by Cat Power & Dirty Delta Blues on the deluxe version of the Jukebox album.

“”She’s Got You” is a famous pop song written by Hank Cochran and was first recorded and released as a single by Patsy Cline in 1962. According to the Ellis Nassour Biography, Honky Tonk Angel: The Intimate Story of Patsy Cline, writer Hank Cochran remembers calling Cline up telling her that he’d just written her next #1 hit. She told him to come over to her house with a bottle of liquor and play it on the guitar for her and friend Dottie West who was over visiting that afternoon. Cline was emotionally moved by its lyrics and loved the song so much that she learned it that night, calling up her manager and producer to sing it to them over the phone. At her next session, she recorded it. This was a rare instance, being as how Cline and her producer, Owen Bradley, often disagreed with each other’s choice of material. This time, they both agreed they had a hit.” – wikipedia.org

SONG CREDITS:
A. She’s Got You
Writer: Hank Cochran
Published: Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (BMI)

B. Strange

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