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May 29

“We Should Be Together”: Don Williams’ Another Top Charting Single

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From the day Don Williams has started singing, a total of 17 No.1 songs on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart has been documented. Likewise, he has recorded more than 40 singles. The other singles didn’t place on top, but they are still worth listening to.

Just like his single “We Should Be Together,” it didn’t reach No.1 on the charts. Nevertheless, it placed No.5 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Certainly, a proof that the single has made its way to the hearts of the country music enthusiasts.

Whether Williams’ singles placed No.1 or not, they still sound good. It’s only because his voice can pierce our souls. In addition, his choice of music is genuinely distinct among other country artists. Indeed, the “Gentle Giant” has one of the best vocals in the country music industry.

We Should Be Together…

Allen Reynolds was the songwriter behind “We Should Be Together.” It was released in 1974 from Williams’ album “Volume II.” Moreover, the “Volume II” was Williams’ music album. Allen Reynolds produced the album. Amongst other songwriters were Williams and Bob McDill. It was recorded in Jack Clement ‘s music studio in Nashville.

The Lyrics…

I think about you

When I don’t want to

Dream about your smiling face

I keep trying not to love you

But I love you anyway

We should be together, together

Should be walking side by side

We should be together, together

Keeping each other satisfied

I have thought to come to know you

I’ve come to need your company

What will I do if I can’t have you

If I can’t have you

What will I do

We should be together, together

Should be walking side by side

We should be together, together

Keeping each other satisfied

Don Williams…

Don Williams was known as the “Gentle Giant” of Country Music. Yes, it’s because of his height and warm, smooth bass-baritone voice, and soft tones. Throughout his career, every song he has released hit the country charts. Each of his greatest hits has its fascinating stories.

Don Ray Williams was born on May 27, 1939, in Floydada, Texas. Williams grew up in Portland, Texas and graduated from Gregory-Portland High School in 1958.

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