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I Wouldn't Change You If I Could

"I Wouldn't Change You If I Could"
Single by Ricky Skaggs
from the album Highways & Heartaches
B-side "One Way Rider"
Released January 17, 1983
Genre Country
Length 3:02
Label Epic
Writer(s) Paul Jones
Arthur Q. Smith
Producer Ricky Skaggs
Ricky Skaggs singles chronology

"Heartbroke"
(1982)
"I Wouldn't Change You If I Could"
(1983)
"Highway 40 Blues"
(1983)

"I Wouldn't Change You If I Could" is the title of a song written by Paul Jones and Arthur Q. Smith, and recorded by American country music artist Ricky Skaggs, as well as Reno & Smiley and Jim Eanes. It was released in January 1983 as the second single from the album Highways & Heartaches. "I Wouldn't Change You If I Could" was Ricky Skaggs' fourth number one on the country chart. The single stayed at number one for one week and spent a total of twelve weeks on the country chart.[1]

Chart performance

Chart (1982–1983) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles 1
Canadian RPM Country Tracks 1

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Preceded by
"The Rose"
by Conway Twitty
Billboard Hot Country Singles
number-one single

March 19, 1983
Succeeded by
"Swingin'"
by John Anderson
RPM Country Tracks
number-one single

April 2, 1983
Succeeded by
"We've Got Tonight"
by Kenny Rogers and Sheena Easton
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