Constantly Song Lyrics and Chords

Melba Montgomery

 

Constantly Song Lyrics and Chords by Melba Montgomery

 

[chordpress float=”none” format=”yes” hbnotation=”no” interactive=”no” transpose=”0″]Constantly
Written and Recorded by Melba Montgomery
[C]If my face shows that I’m lonesome when a [G7]tear falls on my cheek
And to you I seem a stranger keep to [F]answer when you [C]speak
If at times I seem unhappy deep [C7]inside it’s the real [F]me
Since I’ve [C]lost my one and only I’ve been [G7]hurtin’ constant[C]ly [G7]
If you [C]see me talkin’ to myself at [G7]night walkin’ along
These aren’t the only foolish things I’ve [F]done since he’s been [C]gone
I may suddenly start cryin’ [C7]if I’m home or on the [F]street
Since I’ve lost my one and [C]only I’ve been [G7]hurtin’ constant[C]ly
(Since I’ve [F]lost my one and [C]only I’ve been [G7]hurtin’ constant[C]ly)
[F]All the time I’m hurtin’ [C]all the [G7]time I’m [C]blue
[F]Can’t find consolation when my [C]heart won’t forget [G7]you
If at [C]times I seem unhappy deep [C7]inside it’s the real [F]me
Since I’ve lost my one and [C]only I’ve been [G7]hurtin’ constant[C]ly
Since I’ve [F]lost my one and [C]only I’ve been [G7]hurtin’ constant[C]ly[/chordpress]

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Constantly?
– The song Constantly was sang by Melba Montgomery.

 

Who is Melba Montgomery?
– Melba Montgomery (born October 14, 1938) is an American country music singer. She is best known for her duet recordings in the 1960s with country music star George Jones and later Charlie Louvin. Her brother is the famous country music songwriter, Earl “Peanutt” Montgomery.
In the 1970s, Montgomery was a successful solo artist in her own right. Her best-known solo hit is the number-one hit, “No Charge”.

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