Who Will Pray For Me – Conway Twitty

“This is a song video, the song entitled, “Who Will Pray For Me” by Conway Twitty. You can purchase this song and other of his albums at Amazon.com or other music outlets on the internet.” –Steve Politte.

“Who Will Pray for Me” is a song performed by the renowned American country music artist, Conway Twitty. Twitty, born Harold Lloyd Jenkins on September 1, 1933, in Friars Point, Mississippi, was a prolific singer, songwriter, and musician who enjoyed great success throughout his career. He was known for his smooth voice and his ability to blend elements of country, rock and roll, and R&B in his music.

“Who Will Pray for Me” was released as a single in 1979 from Twitty’s album titled “I’ve Already Loved You in My Mind.” The song was written by Conway Twitty himself, along with his frequent collaborator, L.E. White. It reached the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart, becoming one of Twitty’s many chart-topping hits.

The lyrics of “Who Will Pray for Me” explore themes of personal reflection, faith, and redemption. The narrator of the song acknowledges his mistakes and expresses a deep sense of regret. He contemplates the consequences of his actions and wonders who will be there to pray for him when he’s in need of forgiveness and guidance.

Conway Twitty’s delivery of the song is heartfelt and soulful, showcasing his emotional depth as a vocalist. His ability to connect with his audience through poignant lyrics and passionate performances was a hallmark of his career.

Throughout his career, Conway Twitty achieved immense success, earning a string of number one hits on the country charts. He recorded numerous memorable songs, including “Hello Darlin’,” “It’s Only Make Believe,” “Tight Fittin’ Jeans,” and “I’d Love to Lay You Down,” among many others.

Tragically, Conway Twitty passed away on June 5, 1993, at the age of 59 due to an abdominal aortic aneurysm. However, his contributions to country music continue to be cherished, and his songs, including “Who Will Pray for Me,” remain beloved by fans of classic country music.

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