I Want to Be With You Always
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I Want to Be With You Always
"I Want to Be with You Always"
Single by Lefty Frizzell
from the album Listen to Lefty
"My Baby's Just Like Money"
Released March 19, 1951
Format 10" single
Recorded
  • January 11, 1951
  • Jim Beck Studio; Dallas, Texas
Genre Country
Length 3:00
Label Columbia
Lefty Frizzell, Jim Beck
Don Law
Lefty Frizzell singles chronology
"Shine, Shave, Shower (It's Saturday)"
(1950)
"I Want to Be with You Always"
(1951)
"I Love You a Thousand Ways"
(1951)
"Shine, Shave, Shower (It's Saturday)"
(1950)
"I Want to Be with You Always"
(1951)
"I Love You a Thousand Ways"
(1951)

"I Want to Be with You Always" was the 1951 country music song released by Lefty Frizzell in March 1951. The song was Frizzell's third #1 US Country hit since his explosive debut the year earlier.

Recording and composition

The song was written by Lefty Frizzell and his producer, Jim Beck. The two had also penned the huge #1 hit in 1950 titled: If You've Got the Money (I've Got the Time). The song was recorded on January 11, 1951, and later released on March 19, 1951.

Personnel
  • Lefty Frizzell
  • Jimmy Rollins
  • Joe Knight
  • C.B. White
  • Bill Callahan
  • Eddie Caldwell
  • Chubby Crank
  • Madge Sutee

Success

The song was Lefty Frizzell's first number one on the Country & Western Best Seller charts where it spent six weeks at number one and a total of twenty-seven weeks on the chart.[1]

References

  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). The Billboard Book Of Top 40 Country Hits: 1944-2006, Second edition. Record Research. p. 129. 
Preceded by
"Kentucky Waltz" by Eddy Arnold
Best Selling Folk (Country & Western) Records
number one single by Lefty Frizzell

May 26, 1951
Succeeded by
"I Wanna Play House With You" by Eddy Arnold

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