Don’t You Ever Get Tired of Hurting Me


“Don’t You Ever Get Tired of Hurting Me,” Mo Pitney. Written by Hank Cochran and originally recorded by Ray Price in 1965. This performance is part of a tribute to Ray Price.

I saw Mo Pitney here in Charlotte last week! He did an amazing performance, alongside David Nail, Will Hoge, and others. The most touching moment in the entire show is when Mo talked about losing a loved one to cancer at a young age, which inspired a beautiful song that should be on his upcoming debut album (still in the works). He said, “God is my best friend.” And he seems to be the real deal about his faith. On his Facebook page, he quotes lyrics from “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross” and writes about listening to the birds in the morning singing praises to our Lord. I hope the best for him.




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