|"To Make Love Sweeter for You"|
|Single by Jerry Lee Lewis|
|from the album She Still Comes Around|
|B-side||"Let's Talk About Us"|
|Jerry Lee Lewis singles chronology|
"To Make Love Sweeter For You" is a song written by George Morgan and performed by Jerry Lee Lewis. The song was Jerry Lee Lewis' third number one on the country chart and his first since "Great Balls of Fire" in 1958. "To Make Love Sweeter For You" stayed at number one for a single week and spent a total of thirteen weeks on the country chart.
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