About the Song: “My Woman, My Woman, My Wife”
“My Woman, My Woman, My Wife” a country song performed by Marty Robbins peaked at No. 23 on the Adult contemporary Billboard Charts in 1970. It remained on the chart for 7 weeks. It peaked at No. 42 on the Billboards Top 100 and No. 1 on the Hot Country Billboard Charts, in 1970. The song remained No. 1 for 17 weeks. It was written by Marty Robbins himself. Robbins scored a Grammy Award due to the song.
“My Woman, My Woman, My Wife” is a ballad song written with beautiful words. It’s about how the narrator appreciates everything about his wife. He is very thankful that even if he is falling apart emotionally his wife will always be there to comfort him. It’s such a beautiful song to listen to, especially if your man will sing this to you. It’s really a good thing when a man appreciates everything in his woman and will do anything to make her happy.
Here’s a video for you to listen to and fall in love with the words:
About the Artist: Marty Robbins
Marty Robbins is known for his hits “El Paso,” “My Woman, My Woman, My Wife,” and “Among My Souvenirs.” He was born in Glendale, Arizona, in 1925. Robbins served in the U.S. Navy during the World War II. After his service, he performed in local bars and nightclubs. He also had his own radio program and a local TV show.
Robbins signed with Columbia Records and released his first hit song “Singing the Blues.” He followed it with “El Paso,” that won him a Grammy Award.
Robbins suffered from a heart attack during the 1960’s. Even though he suffered from a major heart attack it didn’t stop him from composing outstanding songs. During this time he scored his hit song “My Woman, My Woman, My Wife.” He is also enjoyed car racing.
After suffering from his third heart attack Robbins, despite his surgery, died on December 8, 1982. But before he died he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and released his last single, “Some Memories Won’t Die.”