hit song were written from conversations or from listening in on conversations.
to Eddie Miller, “Release Me” was just such an idea.
commented, “This happened at a club in
Heap and Perk Williams had the first hit on “Release me,” making it to
number 5 in 1954. Ray Price scored a # 6 on the song that same year, as did
Kitty Wells, who took it to number 8. The Charley McCoy version went to #
33 in `1973 and Marie Owens had a # 71 hit on the song in `1974.
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