Can't Even Get the Blues

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"Can't Even Get the Blues"
Single by Reba McEntire
from the album Unlimited
B-sideSweet Dreams
ReleasedSeptember 1982 (U.S.)
Format7"
RecordedNovember 11, 1981
Woodland Sound Studio
Nashville, Tennessee
GenreCountry
Length2:27
LabelMercury Records
Writer(s)Rick Carnes, Tom Damphier
ProducerJerry Kennedy
Reba McEntire singles chronology
"I'm Not That Lonely Yet"
(1982)
"Can't Even Get the Blues"
(1982)
"You're the First Time I Thought About Leaving"
(1983)
 
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"Can't Even Get the Blues"
Single by Reba McEntire
from the album Unlimited
B-sideSweet Dreams
ReleasedSeptember 1982 (U.S.)
Format7"
RecordedNovember 11, 1981
Woodland Sound Studio
Nashville, Tennessee
GenreCountry
Length2:27
LabelMercury Records
Writer(s)Rick Carnes, Tom Damphier
ProducerJerry Kennedy
Reba McEntire singles chronology
"I'm Not That Lonely Yet"
(1982)
"Can't Even Get the Blues"
(1982)
"You're the First Time I Thought About Leaving"
(1983)

"Can't Even Get the Blues" is a 1982 single by Reba McEntire. "Can't Even Get the Blues" would be Reba McEntrire's fourteenth country hit and her first number one country hit. The single went to number one for one week and spent a total of fourteen weeks on the country chart.[1]

She performed the song on the 1982 Country Music Association Awards (CMA Awards).

Chart performance

Chart (1982–1983)Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles1

References

  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). The Billboard Book Of Top 40 Country Hits: 1944-2006, Second edition. Record Research. p. 225. 
Preceded by
"Wild and Blue"
by John Anderson
Billboard Hot Country Singles
number-one single

January 8, 1983
Succeeded by
"Going Where the Lonely Go"
by Merle Haggard