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Hell Have To Go

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  1. "He'll Have to Go" is an American country and pop hit recorded on October 15, , by Jim Reeves. The song, released in the fall of , went on to become a hit in both genres early in
  2. "He'll Have to Go" is an American country and pop hit recorded on October 15, by Jim Reeves. The song, released in the fall of , went on to become a massive hit in both genres early in Contents[show] Contents [hide] *1 Background 2 Chart performance 3 Cover versions and answer songs 4 Sources References See also 5 External links Background[ edit] Reeves recorded what Australia Singles Chart: 1.
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  4. He'll Have To Go is standard early Jim fare - raw country sound from early in his career. The real gem is the second album - Tall Tales & Short Tempers was a real discovery, some songs rank as high as any in Jim's work: The Blizzard, That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine, and The Letter Edged In Black are great songs with a story and show off Jim's /5(16).
  5. And you can tell your friend there with you he'll have to go Whisper to me, tell me do you love me true, or is he holding you the way I do Though love is blind, make up your mind, I've got to know Should I hang up, or will you tell him he'll have to go? You can't say the words I want to hear, while you're with another man Do you want me?
  6. He’ll Have To Go (D) Put your sweet lips a little (G) closer to the (D) phone, Let’s pretend that we’re together all a-(A)-lone, I’ll tell the (D) man to turn the (D7) jukebox way down (G) low, and you can (D) tell your friend there (A) with you, He’ll have to (D) go, Whisper to me tell me (G) do you love me (D) true, or is he holding you the way I (A) do?
  7. With records charting from the s to the s, he became well known as a practitioner of the Nashville sound (a mixture of older country-style music with elements of popular music). Reeves scored his greatest success with the Joe Allison composition "He'll Have to Go".
  8. He'll Have To Go Lyrics: Put your sweet lips a little closer to the phone / Just pretend that we're together all alone / Tell the man to turn the juke box way down low / You can tell your friend.

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