7 Replies to “ He Stopped Loving Her Today - Various - Lifetime Of Country Romance Collection ”

  1. -Nick Gibson [email protected] George Jones He Stopped Loving Her Today G(bar) He said I'll love you til I die C(bar) She told him you'll forget in time D(bar) As the years went slowly by G(bar) She still preyed upon his mind G(bar) He kept her picture on his wall C(bar) Went half crazy now and then D(bar) He still loved her through it.
  2. He Stopped Loving Her Today lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use, it's a great classic by George Jones. If you're a Jones fan, this is a must in your lyrics collection. If you're a Jones fan, this is a must in your lyrics collection.
  3. When I saw that a book had been written on the creation of the George Jones hit "He Stopped Loving Her Today" I knew I had to read it. I love to listen to Jones and that happens to be one of my favorite songs. I thought the book would be a lot of fluff and talk about George Jones. I was wrong/5.
  4. General CommentI can't believe no one has commented on what is often ranked as the #1 country song of all time! I think this song is about a guy whose wife or girlfriend left him, and he swore he would love her till he died. He kept true to his word, and died. Hense "He stopped loving her today."5/5(6).
  5. Jul 01,  · “He Stopped Loving Her Today,” which was written by Curly Putnam and Bobby Braddock, was a song that Sherrill felt was meant for George Jones. “The song is about a man who loved a woman so much, it killed him when she left,” Jones writes in his book. “He said he would love her until he died, and only on his deathbed did he stop.
  6. Hollywood's He Stopped Loving Her Today is a budget-line ripoff collection that contains poor re-recordings of Jones hits like the title track, crossed with latter-day recordings of such songs as "Ruby (Don't Take Your Love to Town)" and "(All My Friends Are Going to Be) Strangers," which were clearly recorded cheaply and on the fly.5/
  7. Yet there is no doubt that “He Stopped Loving Her Today,” the masterpiece by George Jones, does indeed adhere to those clichés, even as it finds a way to transcend them. After all, the Author: Jim Beviglia.

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