Who Sang The Worst Is Yet to Come? Merle Haggard

Merle Haggard Strangers cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1965-9-6
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Style: Country/Honky Tonk
length: 2:41
composer: Liz Anderson
lyricist: Liz Anderson
(Liz Anderson)
« © '65 Acuff-Rose Music, BMI »

Such a little time has passed since you went away
Where are all these heartaches coming from
I can hardly stand the pain of missing you today
And I know the worst is yet to come
If there was something I could find to drive these tears from me
Then I'd go right out and get me one
I've already cried enough to fill the big blue sea
And I know the worst is yet to come
There'll be all those sleepless nights when I'll just lay and cry
And the hours seem to have no end
There'll be days when it won't matter if I live or die
Wishing I could have you back again
If there was something I could find

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 (My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers
  • 2 Falling for You
  • 3 Please Mr. DJ
  • 4 You Don't Have Far to Go
  • 5 Sing a Sad Song
  • 6 Sam Hill
  • 7 I'm Gonna Break Every Heart I Can
  • 8 You Don't Even Try
  • 9 If I Had Left It Up to You
  • 10 I'd Trade All of My Tomorrows
  • 11 The Worst Is Yet to Come
  • 12 Walking the Floor Over You