Who Sang I’m Tired of Singing My Song in Las Vegas? The Everly Brothers

The Everly Brothers Stories We Could Tell cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1972
length: 3:10
I'm here at home sitting all my own
No-one to talk to now I know you have gone
What a fool I have been to myself
I'm finding it rough with you not lovin' me now-no more

Sitting thinking just what steps I have to take
No idea just how long you'll make me wait
Have your way, I give in to let you win
'Cause I'm finding it rough with you not lovin' me now-no more

I can't believe you can manage on your own
Can't believe that you can bear it all alone
I'm here at home sitting all my own
No-one to talk to now I know you have gone
What a fool I have been to myself
I'm finding it rough with you not lovin' me now-no more

I can't believe you can manage on your own
Can't believe that you can bear it all alone
I'm finding it rough - I'm finding it rough
I'm finding it rough - I'm finding it rough
I'm finding it rough - I'm finding it rough
I'm finding it rough - I'm finding it rough

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 All We Really Want to Do
  • 2 Breakdown
  • 3 Green River
  • 4 Mandolin Wind
  • 5 Up in Mabel’s Room
  • 6 Del Rio Dan
  • 7 Ridin’ High
  • 8 Christmas Eve Can Kill You
  • 9 Three‐Armed Poker‐Playin’ River Rat
  • 10 I’m Tired of Singing My Song in Las Vegas
  • 11 The Brand New Tennessee Waltz
  • 12 Stories We Can Tell