When Conway Twitty sings a cover, it's hard to imagine anybody else singing it!
He included the song "Before The Next Teardrop Falls" on his 1975 album The High Priest of Country Music, and nobody knew it wasn't originally intended for Twitty.
"Before The Next Teardrop Falls" was originally release by Duane Dee in 1968 and reached #44 on the Billboard country chart. The song was covered by many artists over the next decade, but was most famously covered by Freddy Fender. He took the song to #1 after its 1975 release.
Twitty delivers perfection in this emotional ballad about unrequited love. Once you hear his yearning vocals, you will want to be the person to help him get over his former lady love!
Listen to the incredible song below.
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