Before he became some fodder for non-sequitir on episodes of “Family Guy”, Conway Twitty recorded this song. If it had not been for the use of his work in the aforementioned show, I would not have discovered Conway Twitty.
I immediately downloaded the song and began singing it. His smoky but melodious voice so typical of earlier country songs makes this piece the type of song you want to listen to at the end of a day after your muscles are sore from walking around an amusement park, helping a friend move, or doing something equally strenuous. I know that the song discusses an encounter between former lovers, but there is something calming about Conway Twitty’s voice.