No one can ever beat Conway Twitty on his song of “Hello Darlin’.” The way he sings it and his charisma added to it makes it an amazing song. Everyone goes crazy once Twitty says the first line of the song.

Hello Darlin’
Nice to see you.

“Hello Darlin'” By Conway Twitty

Conway has been known for many other singles but “Hello Darlin’” has been his signature song. Whenever you hear this, you’ll immediately say that it’s Conway’s. “Hello Darlin’” is a country song written by Conway in 1969. He released his version in 1970. The single reached number one on the Billboard country chart. In addition, it crossed over to the pop chart at number sixty. Twitty’s single has been inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.

Hello Darlin' Conway Twitty

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About the Song

This poignant song talks about a man who saw his past lover. In their random encounter, the narrator asks for forgiveness to his ex-lover. He apologies for what he did that lead to their breakup. You can notice that the narrator’s love towards his ex-lover still lingers within him. Therefore, before they part ways, he told her that if she still loves him, he will be waiting for her.

And if you should ever
Find it in your heart
To forgive me
Comeback darlin’
I’ll be waiting for you

Since we can’t get enough of Twitty’s song, we are going to listen to his single but in different versions of it.

Different Versions

George Jones

George Jones recorded “Hello Darlin’” for his album High Tech Redneck in 1993.

Scotty McCreery

Scotty McCreery sang this poignant song on one of his performances at the Grand Ole Opry. It was an outstanding performance indeed.

Loretta Lynn

Loretta Lynn also has a version of this song. This was released the same year Conway released his. It was also recorded a year before the two worked together.

Lynn Anderson

In 1970, Lynn Anderson recorded the song for her album No Love at All.

Another version of Conway’s song was by Charlie Rich in 1970 in his album Boss Man.

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