The Conway Twitty Hello Darlin song was released in March 1970 as the title track from his album Hello Darlin. Conway Twitty’s “Hello Darlin'”. was Twitty’s fourth No. 1 song on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart and was later named the No. 1 song of 1970. The “Hello Darlin'” album reached #1 on the Billboard country albums chart on October 3, 1970. When performing with fellow country star Loretta Lynn, the Mississippi native would frequently sing the song directly to Loretta.
Enjoy Conway performing his signature song live below!
Conway Twitty Hello Darlin Video
Conway Twitty, born Harold Lloyd Jenkins, was a prolific country artist with an illustrious career that spanned several decades. Written by Twitty himself, the song showcases his exceptional talent as both a singer and a songwriter.
Conway Twitty Hello Darlin Lyrics
Nice to see you
It’s been a long time
You’re just as lovely as you used to be
How’s your new love?
Are you happy?
Hope you’re doin’ fine
just to know it means so much to me
What’s that, darlin’?
How am I doin’?
I’m doin’ alright
Except I can’t sleep and I cry all night ’til dawn
What I’m trying to say
Is I love you
And I miss you
And I’m so sorry that I did you wrong
Look up, darlin’
Let me kiss you
Just for old time’s sake
Let me hold you in my arms one more time
Thank you, darlin’
May God bless you
And each step you take
Bring you closer to the things you seek to find
I gotta go now
Gotta try to find a way
To lose those memories of a love so warm and true
And if you should ever find it
In your heart to forgive me
Come back, darlin’
I’ll be waitin’ for you…
“Hello Darlin'” is more than just a song; it is a heartfelt testament to lost love and the enduring power of true affection. With its poignant lyrics, unforgettable melody, and Twitty’s soulful delivery, the song has cemented its place in the hearts of country music lovers worldwide. As we continue to celebrate the legacy of Conway Twitty, we can’t help but appreciate the everlasting beauty of “Hello Darlin’,” a song that will continue to touch the hearts of generations to come. Share this throwback with other classic country fans!