Dottie West (born Dorothy Marie Marsh; October 11, 1932 – September 4, 1991) was an American country music singer and songwriter. Along with her friends and fellow recording artists Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn, she is considered one of the genre's most influential and groundbreaking female artists.
Why don't we lay back lover and hold on to each other And let love take over from here. We've done the best we could to keep love burning There's not a thing we haven't tried But just like children we're still learning The ways to keep our love alive. Well you know love was always standing by and looking us right in the eye Oh can't you hear it whispering in your ear For us to lay back lover and hold on to each other And let love take over from here. So come on lay back lover and hold on to each other And let love take over from here. Send "Lay Back Lover" Ringtone to your Cell.
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for Dottie West- Lay Down Beside Me. Diagram Slider. Dottie West: You're Not Easy To Forget. Dottie West-Help Me Make It Through The Night.
Biography by Jason Ankeny. One of the first female country singers of the 1960s to project an overtly sexy image, while also being taken seriously as a songwriter. What Are We Doin' in L. ottie West. The Essential Dottie W. ee Full Discography.
While in college Dottie meet her first husband Bill West, who would give her her name. Together the couple would get gigs on local tv and clubs. it wasn't until the success of Dottie’s singles "An Angel on Paper" and "Let Me Off At the Corner" did Dottie start to make a name for herself. Dorothy Marie Marsh was born in Tennessee on October 11, 1932. A survivor at heart, Dottie lived through a childhood of savage beatings and sexual abuse from her father.
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Producer – Billy Davis
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|PB-10125||Dottie West||Lay Back Lover (7")||RCA Victor||PB-10125||US||1974|
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Arranged By – D. Bergen White*Written-By – Rafe Vanhoy*, Steve Pippin
|B||Good Lovin' You
Written-By – Larry Gatlin
|JH-10125, PB10125||Dottie West||Lay Back Lover (7", Single, Mono, Promo)||RCA Records, RCA Records||JH-10125, PB10125||US||1974|