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"It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels" was followed by "Paying For That Back Street Affair", a response to Webb Pierce's "Back Street Affair". The single reached number six in the spring of , helping to establish a lasting place at the top of the charts for Wells. Between and , she was popular on the country charts, and was the only female solo artist at the time to be able to.
Paying for That Back Street Affair This song is by Kitty Wells and appears on the album Kitty Wells' Country Hit Parade (), on the album The Kitty Wells Story (), on the compilation album The Queen Of Country Music ().
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The Kitty Wells Story was the first vinyl collection of Kitty's biggest hits ("It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels," "Paying for That Back Street Affair," "Whose Shoulder Will You Cry On," "Makin' Believe") and it remains a strong compilation. Not all of her biggest hits are present on the set and it was later replaced with stronger collections, but the compilation remains entertaining 9/
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PAYING FOR THAT BACKSTREET AFFAIR Kitty Wells Banjo tuned E, Capo 3, Key of F F Bb F Yes, I thought that you were true C When I fell in love with you F Bb F For you told me you always would play square C Then I learned you had a home F Bb F That your wife had not gone wrong C F And our love was just a backstreet affair Was too late to say no When I found you'd fooled me so For as time .
Kitty Wells The Kitty Wells Story Paying For That Back Street Affair Paying For That Back Street Affair Recorded by Kitty Wells Yes I thought that you were true, When I fell in love with you, For you told me you always would play square, Then I learned you had a home.