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Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn No. 1 Song “After the Fire is Gone”

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Enjoy this beautiful country duet of iconic country music superstars Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn entitled “After the Fire Is Gone.” This song was written by L. E. White released in January 1971 as the only single from the LP We Only Make Believe. “After the Fire Is Gone” hit number one on the U.S. country chart for Lynn and Twitty as a duo. It spent two weeks at number one and a total of 14 weeks on the chart.

After The Fire Is Gone Lyrics

Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty

Love is where you find it
When you find no love at home
And there’s nothin’ cold as ashes
After the fire is gone

The bottle is almost empty
The clock just now struck ten
Darlin’ I had to call you
To our favorite place again

We know it’s wrong for us to meet
But the fire’s gone out at home
And there’s nothin’ cold as ashes
After the fire is gone

Love is where you find it
When you find no love at home
And there’s nothin’ cold as ashes
After the fire is gone

Your lips are warm and tender
Your arms hold me just right
Sweet words of love you remember
That the one at home forgot

Each time we say is the last time
But we keep hangin’ on
And there’s nothin’ cold as ashes
After the fire is gone

Love is where you find it
When you find no love at home
And there’s nothin’ cold as ashes
After the fire is gone

Source: LyricFind Songwriters: L White / L E White After The Fire Is Gone lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC




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