Who Sang Since You're Gone? Lee Hazlewood

Lee Hazlewood Friday's Child cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1965
Genre: Pop Folk, World, & Country
Style: Country/Ballad/Vocal
length: 2:40

[Verse 1:]
I woke up this morning feelin' just as all my head were reelin'
Reelin' from a dream I had last night
Then I'd turned and faced my pillow wept just like a weeping willow
Seems like the dream I had was right

You were gone and the love I was givin' is gone
And the reason for livin' is gone but the mem'ry of your love lives on
Till theday that heaven calls me no one will ever hold me
My love and happiness are gone

[Verse 2:]
I sit here just thinkin' bout you wonderin' how I'll live without you
Tryin' to figure out what I did wrong
But I guess it doesn't matter if you found a someone better
I'll be here when that someone is gone

You were gone
My love and happiness are gone my love and happiness are gone

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Friday's Child
  • 2 Hutchinson Jail
  • 3 By the Way (I Still Love You)
  • 4 Four Kinds of Lonely
  • 5 Houston
  • 6 Sally Was a Good Girl
  • 7 Since You're Gone
  • 8 A Real Live Fool
  • 9 I'm Blue
  • 10 The Fool
  • 11 That Old Freight Train
  • 12 Me and Charlie