Who Sang Just Call Me Lonesome? Jim Reeves

Some other versions of "Just Call Me Lonesome"
publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: George Ducas, Radney M. Foster
release date: 1999
genres: Folk, World, & Country
styles: Country
length: 2:31
Why must I love a heartless one?
Who'll never know the harm she's done
Though love is blind, I should have known
Just call me lonesome from now on

I climb the stairs up to my room
But, no one meets me in the gloom
And the silence tells me, she is gone
Just call me lonesome from now on

These walls will hide me, when I cry
And pray that heaven lets me die
What good is life, when hope is gone?
Just call me lonesome from now on

I pray my memories at last
Will fade into the distant past
And if I must live and love alone
Just call me lonesome from now on
Just call me lonesome from now on

CD 1
  • 1 Am I Losing You
  • 2 He'll Have to Go
  • 3 Have I Told You Lately
  • 4 How's the World Treating You
  • 5 I Love You More
  • 6 'til the End of the World
  • 7 I've Lived a Lot in My Time
  • 8 The Oklahoma Hills
  • 9 I'm Getting Better
  • 10 Bimbo
  • 11 Anna Marie
  • 12 Billy Bayou
  • 13 Blue Boy
  • 14 Waiting for a Train
  • 15 When God Dips His Love in My Heart
  • 16 Just Call Me Lonesome
  • 17 If Heartaches Are in Fashion
  • 18 Your Old Love Letters

  • Album Information
    label: MasterSound
    country(area): Australia
    format: CD
    barcode: 9316797520821
    script: Latin