Watch and listen to several of Patsy Cline’s Top Country Music songs below:
Patsy Cline “Sweet Dreams”
This song was originally recorded by Faron Young in 1956 and was written by Don Gibson. The single peaked at No. 5 two months after Patsy Cline’s death and became the title of the film documenting her life, starring Jessica Lange.
Patsy Cline “Walking After Midnight”
Patsy Cline’s career jumped into high gear in 1957 when she appeared on CBS’ ‘Arthur Godfrey Talent Scouts. ‘Walkin’ After Midnight,’ peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Country Singles chart.
Patsy Cline singing “I Fall to Pieces”
Hank Cochran and Harlan Howard composed ‘I Fall to Pieces’ in 1960 and has the distinction of becoming Pasty Cline’s first No .1 record on the Billboard Country Singles chart.
Patsy Cline Singing “Crazy” at the Grand Ole Opry
Patsy Cline heard Billy Walker singing another Willie Nelson song, ‘Funny How Time Slips Away and she asked for permission to record the song. Walker wouldn’t part with the song and instead offered her another Nelson composition titled ‘Crazy’. Patsy Cline recorded “Crazy” with Floyd Cramer at the piano, Grady Martin on guitar and the Jordanaires behind her to produce one of the most treasured songs of all time.
Patsy Cline Singing “She’s Got You”
‘She’s Got You’ was written by Hank Cochran and was released in 1962 becoming Cline’s second No. 1 hit.
Patsy Cline “Tennessee Waltz”
The Tennessee Waltz was recorded by a multitude of artists over the years. Here is Patsy’s version of this Country Classic:
Patsy Cline “Your Cheating Heart”
“Your Cheatin’ Heart” is a song originally written and recorded by Country Music singer-songwriter Hank Williams in 1952. Here is Patsy’s cover of this Country classic:
Patsy Cline died in a plane crash at the age of 30 on March 5, 1963 ending her relatively short recording career. She left behind an amazing legacy of impressive music. Patsy Cline’s Top Country Music songs will have an everlasting impact on country music and will never be forgotten.
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