Album Marty’s Greatest Hits. The Story Of My Life Lyrics. Someday I'm gonna write, the story of my life I'll tell about the night we met And how my heart can't forget The way, you smiled, at me. I want the world to know, the story of my life The moment when your lips met mine And that first exciting time I held, you close, to me.
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This story is actually half of Marty's life, covering the first fraction of his career. Includes I'll Go on Alone; Ribbon of Darkness; Singing the Blues; El Paso; Devil Woman and more. Marty Robbins has always been the "different" kind a country singer; and that is why I love his sound! Whether out on "The Mesa" with his guitar (so to speak), or at a dive hittin' a Rockabilly rift; Marty's songs have so much life.
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Artist: Marty Robbins. Album: Country Classics '51-'62, 2014. Marty Robbins - The story of my life 1958. This song is a milestone - it's the FIRST song collaboration by Burt Bacharach & Hal David in 1957! As if that's not enough, the arranger/conductor backing Marty is RAY CONNIFF, one of the best selling recording artists of all time in his own right!