Let's Think About Living Lyrics: In every other song that I've heard lately / Some fellow gets shot / And his baby and his best friend both die with him / As likely as not / In half of the other.
"Let's Think About Living" is a song written by Boudleaux Bryant, and recorded by American country music artist Bob Luman. It was released in August as the second single and title track from his album Let's Think About song reached #9 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.. Background. The song is an open critique of the teenage tragedy song and gunfighter ballad.
It was while still serving in the Army Warner Bros. Records released Luman's best-known crossover hit, "Let's Think About Living," a novelty song that hit No. 7 on the Billboard Hot chart and No. 9 on the Billboard country music chart. It also reached the Top 10 in the UK Singles Chart.
About Let's Think About Living "Let's Think About Living" is a song written by Boudleaux Bryant, and recorded by Bob Luman in The song is an open critique of the teenage tragedy song and gunfighter ballad genera of the time, humorously quipping that if Marty Robbins, Patti Page and the Everly Brothers actually died in the songs where they mention dying ("El Paso" and "Cathy's Clown" in.
Let's Think About Living. Recorded by Bob Luman. Written by Boudleaux Bryant. C G7 C. In every other song that I've heard lately some fellow gets shot. G7 C. And his baby and his best friend both die with him as likely as not. F C. In half of the other songs some Cat's crying or ready to die.
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