Tight Fittin' Jeans

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"Tight Fittin' Jeans"
Single by Conway Twitty
from the album Mr. T
B-side "I Made You a Woman"
ReleasedJune 1981
Genre Country
Length2:50
Label MCA
Songwriter(s) Michael Huffman
Producer(s) Ron Chancey, Conway Twitty
Conway Twitty singles chronology
"Rest Your Love on Me"
(1981)
"Tight Fittin' Jeans"
(1981)
"Red Neckin' Love Makin' Night"
(1981)

"Tight Fittin' Jeans" is a song written by Michael Huffman, and recorded by American country music artist Conway Twitty. It was released in June 1981 as the first single from the album Mr. T . The song was Twitty's 26th number one on the country chart. The single stayed at number one for one week and spent a total of 10 weeks on the country chart. [1]

The original album cut of the song did not feature any electric guitar leads; they were overdubbed for the single version after the album's release.

Charts

Chart (1981)Peak
position
US Hot Country Songs ( Billboard ) [2] 1
Canadian RPM Country Tracks8

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References

  1. Whitburn, Joel (2004). The Billboard Book Of Top 40 Country Hits: 1944-2006, Second edition. Record Research. p. 362.
  2. "Conway Twitty Chart History (Hot Country Songs)". Billboard.