Right, Wrong Or Ready Karen Dalton Lyrics

It's So Hard to Tell Who's Going to Love You the Best is the debut album by American folk blues musician Karen Dalton, originally released in 1969 by Capitol Records (see 1969 in music).

The album was subsequently reissued on CD by the Koch label in 1997. Extended liner notes were written by Peter Stampfel of the Holy Modal Rounders, who writes:

She was the only folk singer I ever met with an authentic 'folk' background. She came to the folk music scene under her own steam, as opposed to being 'discovered' and introduced to it by people already involved in it."

In 1999, Megaphone issued the album again, this time with new packaging, a new booklet and a DVD with archival footage.

In 2009, Light In The Attic Records, once again, reissued the album on vinyl with new packaging and liner notes.

And here are the lyrics to the song Right, Wrong Or Ready by Karen Dalton. 



I could have told him about the morning
The daylight always dawning
I could have told him that he'd be resting on my mind
He stays on my mind, he stays on my mind
I could have told him about another time
Another place maybe later, oh
I'm gonna love you better, right, wrong or ready
Right, wrong or ready
If he's right, wrong or ready, he stays on my mind
I could have told him about a man
Who pays his own dues for his own price
And is home before his own woman
Right, wrong or ready, right, wrong or ready
He stays on my mind, he stays
I could have told him about the morning
The love light always dawning
I could have told him that he'd be resting on my mind
He stays on my mind
If he's right, wrong or ready, he stays on my mind
He stays on my mind, he stays

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