OK, so I confess. I'm feeling a bit blue. Not like really blue, probably not at all as blue as Faith Hill is feeling right now; just a tad. And Faith Hill singing that song in my prior post, "Help me make it through the night," made me look for a couple of other versions.
Just because this is what I feel like right now.
So what if that one reader already claims he fell asleep in my prior post and wouldn't come back until next week. The fact that I wrote about the CMA awards and Carrie Underwood predictably already made this a record day for the Dr. Peter Rost blog as far as hits from new readers. But that doesn't make me feel any better. Well, perhaps a bit less lonely, I guess.
So here is Gladys Knight (1972) "Help Me Make It Through The Night." And if you don't get goosebumps I wouldn't want to spend the night with you . . .
And . . . please use headphones when you listen to this one!
If you want a guy to sing this song to you, perhaps you will appreciate this version by Sakis Rouvas . . .
Then again, if you're more rough and tumble, and don't mind the most awful dress and decor, maybe this Johnny Cash version is for you . . .