George Morgan performs “There Goes My Love” Live Video.

The song was released on November 12, 1956, reached # 15 on the country & western charts. It was released in single.

YouTube NewLiberty Texas Channel
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There Goes My Love

“There goes my love”, a song written by Buck Owens, was recorded by George Morgan for the Columbia label on October 16, 1956, in Music City Recording, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN, in the same session of Three other songs were also recorded: “The way of a hopeless love”, “Perfect romance” and “Can I be dreaming”. George was accompanied in the recording session by: Ray Edenton (guitar), Floyd Robinson (guitar), Gene Stewart (guitar), Donald Davis (steel), Lightnin Chance (bass), Farris Coursey (drums), Dale Potter (fiddle ), Donald Slayman (fiddle) and Marvin Hughes (piano) .With the production of Don Law, the song was released on November 12, 1956, the song reached # 15 on the country & western charts. It was released in single.

Single promo George Morgan ( Columbia 1956 )
Single promo George Morgan ( Columbia 1956 )

Versions:

Buck Owens 1956 (PEP)
Hihgway 101 1988 (Warner
Chris Hillman & Herb Pedersen 1996 (Sugar Hill)
BR5-49 1998 (Edge)
Juice Newton 1999 (Renaissance Records)





George Morgan – There Goes My Love Lyrics

There goes the girl I used to know there goes the girl that I love so
There goes the arms that used to hold me tight
There goes the reason that I sigh there goes the reason that I cry
There goes the lips I used to kiss goodnight there goes my love

Well you’re the first love of my life and you might be my last
I don’t want to be just another memory in your past
There goes the girl…
[ steel ]
I’ve got a feelin’ for you yet that’s with my night and day
Just because we’re far apart don’t make it go away
There goes the girl…

Single George Morgan ( Columbia 1956 )
Single George Morgan ( Columbia 1956 )

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