Last Cheater's Waltz

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"I'll Be Coming Back for More"
Single by T. G. Sheppard
from the album 3/4 Lonely
ReleasedAugust 1979
Format7"
RecordedFebruary 1979
GenreCountry
Length3:47
LabelWarner Bros./Curb
Writer(s)Sonny Throckmorton
Producer(s)Buddy Killen
T. G. Sheppard singles chronology
"You Feel Good All Over"
(1979)
"Last Cheater's Waltz"
(1979)
"I'll Be Coming Back for More'"
(1979)
 
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"I'll Be Coming Back for More"
Single by T. G. Sheppard
from the album 3/4 Lonely
ReleasedAugust 1979
Format7"
RecordedFebruary 1979
GenreCountry
Length3:47
LabelWarner Bros./Curb
Writer(s)Sonny Throckmorton
Producer(s)Buddy Killen
T. G. Sheppard singles chronology
"You Feel Good All Over"
(1979)
"Last Cheater's Waltz"
(1979)
"I'll Be Coming Back for More'"
(1979)

"Last Cheater's Waltz" is the title track from Sonny Throckmorton's 1978 album Last Cheater's Waltz. Throckmorton released the song as a double-A-side with "Smooth Sailin'" and charted at number 47 on the Hot Country Songs charts that year.[1]

In late 1979, T. G. Sheppard covered both songs. He released "Last Cheater's Waltz" as a single in 1979, reaching number one on Hot Country Songs.[2]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1979)Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles1
Canadian RPM Country Tracks7

References[edit]

  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2008). Hot Country Songs 1944 to 2008. Record Research, Inc. p. 420. ISBN 0-89820-177-2. 
  2. ^ Whitburn, pp. 379-380
Preceded by
"It Must Be Love"
by Don Williams
Billboard Hot Country Singles
number-one single

October 6-October 13, 1979
Succeeded by
"All the Gold in California"
by Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers Band