Songs She Wrote

Dottie with her dear friend and long-term writer collaborator Red Lane. Together they wrote Dottie’s famous “Country Girl” song. Pictured here are the two at Dottie’s home writting songs.
SONG TITLESWRITERS
Another Woman’s HeartbreakDottie West and Bill West
Back In The Swing Of ThingsDottie West, Jared Jeffery, Landry Benson Wade and Tony Toliver
Cancel Tomorrow
From LP Forever Yours, 1970
Dottie West and Red Lane
Clinging To My Baby’s Hand
From LP Makin’ Memories, 1969
Dottie West and Red Lane
The Cold Hand of Fate
From LP Forever Yours, 1970
Dottie West
Cancel Tomorrow
From LP Country Girl, 1968
Dottie West and Red Lane
(I Was Born A) Country Girl
From LP Forever Yours, 1970
Dottie West and Red Lane
(I Was Raised On) Country Sunshine
From LP Country Sunshine, 1973
Dottie West and Billy Davis
Decorate Your Conscience
From LP Dottie, 1978
Dottie West and Kerry West
Destroy Me Again
From LP Carolina Cousins, 1975
Dottie West and James Marshall
Didn’t I
From LP Here Comes My Baby, 1965
Dottie West and Bill West
Don’t You Ever FretDottie West and Bill West
You Took The Easy Way Out
From LP Dottie West Sings, 1965
Dottie West, Bill West and Stonewall Jackson
Ein Hauch Von TraurigkeitDottie West, Bill West & Christine Neuhausen
Everything’s A Wreck Since You
From LP I’ll Help You Forget Her, 1967
Dottie West and Bill West
Everybody Bring A Song
From LP House Of Love, 1974
Dottie West and Red Lane
Fair Weather Lover
From LP Suffer Time, 1966
Dottie West and Bill West
Final Examination
From LP Dottie And Don, 1969
Dottie West and Red Lane
The Funky Grass BandDottie West and Red Lane
Goodbye Is The Loneliest Word
From LP Dottie, 1978
Dottie West and Larry Butler
HannahDottie West and Wayne White
Happy EndingsDottie West & Alex Harvey
Har Kommer HonDottie West and Bill West
He’s All I Need
From LP New Horizons, 1983
Dottie West and Jeannie Seely
Here Comes My Baby (Back Again)
From LP Here Comes My Baby, 1965
Dottie West and Bill West
Hold On To HappinessDottie West and Billy Walker
Holly Ridge RoadDottie West
How Can I Face These Heartaches Alone
Released as a single only
Dottie West and Bill West
How Many Lifetimes Will It Take
From LP With All My Heart And Soul, 1967
Dottie West
I Can’t Be Myself
Dottie West
I Can’t Stand To Be Stood UpDottie West and Joyce Gray
I Can Turn You Every Way But Loose
From LP Dottie West Sings, 1965
Dottie West and Bill West
I’m Your Country Girl
From LP Carolina Cousins, 1975
Dottie West and Billy Davis
I’ve Loved You Every Way I CanDottie West and Bill West
If Loving You Makes Me Any Less A Lady
From LP Country Sunshine, 1973
Dottie West and Red Lane
In It’s Own Little Way
From LP Here Comes My Baby, 1965
Dottie West, Bill West and Charlie Dick
Is This Me
From LP Suffer Time, 1966
Dottie West and Bill West
Kiss Away My YesterdayDottie West and Bill West
Left Over Corner Of Your Heart
From LP Dottie West Sings, 1965
Dottie West and Bill West
Letting The Good Times Go ByDottie West, Bill West and De Laughter Hollis Rudolph
Like She Was When She Belonged
From LP Forever Yours, 1970
Dottie West and Red Lane
Lost And FoundDottie West and Tony Toliver
Love As Long As We Can
From LP House Of Love, 1974
Dottie West, Byron Metcalf and Billy Davis
Love Is Just A Pain In The Heart
From LP Feminine Fancy, 1968
Dottie West and Red Lane
Love Is Right
From LP Dottie, 1978
Dottie West and Kerry West
Loving On Borrowed Time
From LP With All My Heart And Soul, 1967
Dottie West, Bill West and Ray Wix
Makin’ Memories
From LP Makin’ Memories, 1969
Dottie West
Mama Kiss The Hurt Away
From LP Here Comes My Baby, 1965
Dottie West and Bill West
Mommy, Can I Still Call Him Daddy
From LP Suffer Time, 1966
Dottie West and Bill West
More Than I Meant To
Released as a single only, 1963
Dottie West and Bill West
My Heart Has Changed It’s Mind
Released as a single only, 1968
Dottie West and Red Lane
My Heart’s Daily ReminderDottie West, Bill West and Charlie Dick
My Two Empty Arms
Released as a single only, 1978
Dottie West
No One
From LP I’ll Help You Forget Her, 1967
Dottie West and Bill West
Now I Need You More Than EverDottie West and John Porter McMeans
One Row At A TimeDottie West and Red Lane
One, Take Away OneDottie West and Bill West
Remind Me He Loves Me No MoreDottie West and Toni Wine
Rock ‘N’ Roll Drummer In A Country Girl’s Band
From LP Carolina Cousins, 1975
Dottie West
Secret SinDottie West
She’s Not A Keeper, But She KeepsDottie West and Byron Metcalf
Special Memory
From LP Forever Yours, 1970
Dottie West and Red Lane
Stood UpDottie West and Joyce Gray
Suffertime
From LP Suffer Time, 1966
Dottie West and Bill West
That’s Where Our Love Must Be
From LP Here Comes My Baby, 1965
Dottie West and Bill West
There’s Love All Around MeDottie West and Bill West
To Save My HeartDottie West and Bill West
Veld En SonskynDottie West, Bill Davis and Jan Luyt Pohl
We’ve Got Something StartedDottie West and Ray Wix
We’ve Let Love Go To Sleep
From LP Forever Yours, 1970
Dottie West and Billy Walker
Wear Away
From LP Suffer Time, 1966
Dottie West and Bill West
What’s Come Over My Baby
From LP Suffer Time, 1966
Dottie West and Bill West
What’s The World Coming ToDottie West, Bill West and Charlie Dick
What’s Wrong With Us Today
From LP Every Time Two Fools Collide, 1978
Dottie West, Larry Butler and Kenny Rogers
When I Can’t Get You Off My MindDottie West and Mark Gray
When I Look Beyond The River
From LP Suffer Time, 1966
Dottie West and Bill West
When Love Goes WrongDottie West and Bill West
Wish I Didn’t Love You Anymore
From LP Have You Heard… Dottie West, 1971
Dottie West
With All My Heart And Soul
From LP With All My Heart And Soul, 1967
Dottie West and Bill West
Would You Hold It Against Me
From LP Suffer Time, 1966
Dottie West and Bill West
You Can’t Buy MemoriesDottie West and Morris West
You’re Too Much For My Two Arms To HoldDottie West and Red Lane/td>
You Walked In My Sleep Last NightDottie West and Hank Cochran
One of the most important moments in Dottie’s career is captured in this photo shot in as she re-signs to a long-term writer’s contract with Tree Publishing Company as husband Bill, left, and Buddy Killen, CEO, extreme right, stand behind her.