“I'll Leave This World Loving You”, a country music song, is written by Wayne Kemp and Mack Vickery. In 1980, Kemp released it under Mercury Records label. Previously, he recorded the song in 1974 for MCA Records and used it as the B-side to his 1974 single “Harlan County”.
On his debut album Wild-Eyed Dream, Ricky Van Shelton was an instant success. Because of this, fans named Shelton “remake king”. From 1986 to 1988 among the singles released from the album were “Wild-Eyed Dream” and “Crime of Passion”. The tracks charted at number 24 and 7, respectively. The last three singles: “Somebody Lied”, “Life Turned Her That Way”, and “Don't We All Have The Right” all got the crown . . . . Read More