Track Title:               Half As Much
Album Title:               The Complete Country & Western Recordings, Disc One
Prime Artist:              Ray Charles     (Robinson)

Originally made famous by: Hank Williams
Producer:                  Sid Feller
Written by:                Curley Williams
From the Album:            Modern Sounds In Country And Western Music,  1962 (A)

Lyrics:
Bell tower
at the station
is ringin' the morning out.
imprisoned by the
situation.

Would be every bit as sour
if I miss you half as much.
Miss you half as much.
The man at the track
sent all the passengers back
and said the kids running ?out? couldn't come.
(?and said the ?streets? running I wouldn't go.?)
No locomotion just devotion.
I folded the map
into the book on my lap
and wondered if I would feel half as numb
if I miss you half as much.
Miss you half as much.
In a year or two
we'll see this distance and this heartache through.
I never realized
that I would need the joys and secrets of your eyes
that much.
(guitar solo)
Bells chime
in the hallway.
You better believe that I
be only loving you for
always.

'Cause there'll never be a time
I could love you half as much.
Love you half as much.
Love you half as much.
Half As Much
Thornhill version

Bell tower
at the station
is ringin' the morning out.
imprisoned by
the situation.
Would be every bit as sour
if I miss you half as much.
Miss you half as much.
The man at the track
sent all the passengers back
and said the 3:29 wouldn't come.
No locomotion just ?devotion?.
I folded the map into the book on my lap
and wondered if I would feel half as numb
if I miss you half as much.
Miss you half as much.
In a year or two
we'll see this distance and this heartache through.
I never realized
that I would need the joys and secrets of your eyes
that much.
(guitar solo)
Bells chime
in the hallway.
You better believe that I
be only loving you for
always.
'Cause there'll never be a time
I could love you half as much.
Love you half as much.
Love you half as much.

Both these versions are as performed by Moxy Fruvous with singers taken out as these are for four part
 lead and Ray's was for solo lead


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