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Hits like “I’d Love to Lay You Down” (1980) and “Tight Fittin’ Jeans” (1981) signified a more contemporary sound as well.
Subsequently, he scored 14 hits on the pop charts between 19, including the million-selling pop record "It's Only Make Believe." But in the early 1960s he sought a place for himself in the country music world that he'd come to love as a kid.Vince Gill, Kathy Mattea, Naomi Judd, and Reba Mc Entire were among the many acts whose early careers were boosted by Twitty.His caring about songwriters and their work led to Twitty’s billing as “the best friend a song ever had.” Rejoining MCA by 1987, Twitty issued some of his most creative singles to date—“Julia,” “Desperado Love,” “That’s My Job,” “Goodbye Time,” “She’s Got a Single Thing in Mind,” and the controversial “Saturday Night Special.” He quit smoking and gained new vocal power, made music videos, and began to do interviews and TV appearances. As the 1990s dawned, Twitty was back in the Top Ten with “Crazy in Love” and “I Couldn’t See You Leavin’.He penned his own signature hit, "Hello Darlin'," a four-week #1 single that became the most-played country song of 1970 and that served as his opening number in concert throughout the rest of his life.For 1972's "(Lost Her Love) On Our Last Date," Twitty added lyrics to Floyd Cramer's hit instrumental of 1960 and wound up with another chart topper.