Country legend Conway Twitty's lonesome heart anthem, "I Can't Stop Loving You," will bring you back to the days of your worst heartbreak.
"I Can't Stop Loving You" was originally written and released by country singer Don Gibson in 1957. Gibson's version saw success as crossover country single reaching No.7 on Billboard's Hot Country Singles and No.81 on Billboard's all genre Hot 100.
The song tells the story of a man who can't seem to move on from his past love so he chooses instead to live in the memories of the past when they were once together.
"I can't stop loving you, so I made up my mind to live in memories of old lonesome times," sings Twitty. "I can't stop wanting you, it's useless to say. So I just live my life in dreams of yesterday."
"I Can't Stop Loving You" has been covered a multitude of times with Twitty's version being released in 1971 reaching No.1 on Billboard's Hot Country Singles chart as well as Ray Charles famed version reaching No.1 as a R&B Single on the all genre Hot 100 in 1962.
You can watch Conway Twitty's heartbreaking cover of "I Can't Stop Loving You" in the video below.
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