Till I Can't Take It Anymore
"Till I Can't Take It Anymore" is a song written by Clyde Otis and Ulysses Burton. It was first recorded by Ben E King in 1968. The song was featured in The Soul Clan self-titled album "The Soul Clan". Dottie West and Don Gibson version charted at 46 on the Hot Country Songs in 1970. Since then, it has also charted as a single by Andra Willis, whose version went to number 85 on the same chart in 1973. Pal Rakes's version went to number 31 in 1977.
|"Till I Can't Take It Anymore"|
|Single by Billy Joe Royal|
|from the album Tell It Like It Is|
|B-side||"He Don't Know"|
|Released||September 30, 1989|
|Songwriter(s)||Clyde Otis, Ulysses Burton|
|Billy Joe Royal singles chronology|
The highest-charting rendition of the song was by Billy Joe Royal, released in September 1989 from the album Tell It Like It Is. His version of the song peaked at number two on the country charts in early 1990, making for his second single to reach that position.
In 2004, The Beautiful South included a faster tempo version of the song on their covers album, Golddiggas, Headnodders and Pholk Songs. Other artists who have also previously recorded this song include Clarence Carter, Ray Charles, Jimmy James, Tom Jones, Charlie Rich, and Don Williams.
|Canada Country Tracks (RPM)||3|
|US Hot Country Songs (Billboard)||2|
|Canada Country Tracks (RPM)||76|
|US Country Songs (Billboard)||43|
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