"When he said, 'I love you baby,' that was music to my ears, now he's gone to a distant shore, and I can't hear the music anymore."
Warning: This song will bring tears to your eyes.
Loretta Lynn loved her husband, and when he passed, she was devastated.
In this video, Loretta Lynn expresses how much she misses her husband after he passed, with "I Can't Hear The Music Anymore
", and it's heartbreaking.
In one of her autobiographies, Loretta explained this about her husband:
"I married Doo when I wasn't but a child, and he was my life from that day on. But as important as my youth and upbringing was, there's something else that made me stick to Doo. He thought I was something special, more special than anyone else in the world, and never let me forget it. That belief would be hard to shove out the door. Doo was my security, my safety net. And just remember, I'm explainin', not excusin' ... Doo was a good man and a hard worker."
"I Can't Hear The Music Anymore" is a tribute ballade to her late husband, and it's just lovely.
Loretta sings that his support and love were music to her ears, and now that he's gone, she can't hear the music anymore.
Loretta explained that her marriage with Doolittle Lynn was "one of the hardest love stories.
Loretta and Doo Lynn were married for almost 50 years, then Doo passed on August 22, 1996.
May you forever rest in peace Doolittle Lynn...
He showed me there was more to me When I thought I had nothing else to giveGod knows he wasn't perfect, Ah but then, again, nobody isHe always told me the truthNo matter how hard it was to hearWhen he said "I believe in you"It was music to my earsOh each words like a noteLike a beautiful tuneThe kind that inspiresAnd helps me get throughAh if I said I can'tHe's say you canHe was my toughest criticAh, my biggest fanNow he's gone to a distant shoreAnd I can't hear the music anymoreSometimes late at nightI forget that he's not lyin next to meHe may be out of sight But out of mine is something he won't ever beThings that he said to me are still ringing out loud and clearWhen he said, "I love you baby" that was music to my earsI can't hear the music