翻唱歌曲的图像 Help Me Make It Through the Night 由 Kris Kristofferson

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Help Me Make It Through the Night 由 Kris Kristofferson 谈到下的流派下 Country,General. 发布了它 06 Feb 2001 根据标签 Monument/Legacy. 版权所有holded者 Originally Recorded 1969, Originally Released 1970 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT/ Originally Released 1970 Monument Records.

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歌词 Help Me Make It Through the Night

Take the ribbon from your hair, Shake it loose and let it fall
Laying soft upon my skin. Like the shadows on the wall

从你的头发,摇了宽松的丝带,让它下降
铺设后,我的皮肤柔软。喜欢在墙上的影子


Come and lay down by my side till the early morning light
All I'm taking is your time. Help me make it through the night
I don't care what's right or wrong, I don't try to understand
Let the devil take tomorrow. Lord, tonight I need a friend

来吧,躺在我直到晨曦中,面朝下
所有我是你的时间考虑。帮助我度过夜晚
我不在乎什么是对还是错,我不会尝试理解
让魔鬼明天。主,今晚我需要一个朋友


Yesterday is dead and gone and tomorrow's out of sight
And it's sad to be alone. Help me make it through the night

昨天已经死了,明天的视线
它的悲伤孤单。帮助我度过夜晚


I don't care what's right or wrong, (Yes, I do!)
I don't try to understand
Let the devil take tomorrow. Lord, tonight I need a friend

我不在乎什么是对还是错,(是的,我做的!)
我不试着去了解
让魔鬼明天。主,今晚我需要一个朋友


Yesterday is dead and gone and tomorrow's out of sight
Lord, it's bad to be alone. Help me make it through the night

昨天已经死了,明天的视线
主,它的坏孤单。帮助我度过夜晚


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'Help Me Make It Through the Night' is a country music ballad composed by Kris Kristofferson and released on his 1970 album 'Kristofferson'.

Kristofferson said that he got the inspiration for the song from an Esquire magazine interview with Frank Sinatra. When asked what he believed in, Frank replied, 'Booze, broads, or a bible...whatever helps me make it through the night.' Though it was also recorded in 1971 by Elvis Presley, three others recorded it in 1971 — Engelbert Humperdinck for his album, 'Another Time, Another Place' (October 1971), Jerry Lee Lewis who did a bluesy version for his album 'Touching Home' and country singer Sammi Smith, whose recording of the song is the most commercially successful and most well-known version. Smith's recording ranks among the most successful country singles of all time in terms of sales, popularity and radio airplay. Her recording topped the country singles chart, and was also a crossover hit, reaching number eight on the U.S. pop singles chart. Other American singers would record the song throughout the 1970s and early 1980s. The most successful version after Smith's was recorded by Gladys Knight & the Pips in 1972.

The song was used as the score of the John Huston film 'Fat City', released in 1972, with Kristofferson performing the song at the beginning and end.

Johnny Cash and his wife, June Carter Cash, have also covered this song in a duet. The recording is found on the 2006 compilation 'Duets', released by Sony BMG. In this version, Johnny Cash inserts 'June' before the line 'tonight I need a friend' as a sign of affection for his wife.

Kristofferson's original lyrics speak of a man's yearning for sexual intimacy, yet they were controversial in 1971 because they were sung by a woman: 'I don't care what's right or wrong, I don't try to understand / Let the devil take tomorrow, Lord tonight I need a friend.' In 1971, Lynn Anderson recorded a version of 'Help Me Make It Through the Night' on her album 'You're My Man'.

Sammi Smith's recording would reach no. 1 on the U.S. country charts. On February 20, 1971, it reached no. 8 on Billboard's U.S. pop singles chart, and also enjoyed success in Canada, Great Britain, and Germany. Adult-Contemporary stations took to the song, and it peaked at #3 on Billboard's Easy Listening chart. In 1972, the Gladys Knight & the Pips' version reached #33 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #13 on the Hot Soul Singles chart.

Smith's version won a Grammy Award for Best Country Music Female performance.

Later in 1971, Joan Baez also recorded the song, including it on her 'Blessed Are...' album. (In her 1987 memoir, Baez disclosed that she'd had an affair with Kristofferson around this same time.) Peggy Lee also recorded the song that year for her album 'Where Did They Go'.

In 1974, John Holt covered the song on his album '1000 Volts of Holt'. That year, his cut of 'Help Me Make It Through the Night' from the album made it into the UK Top Ten.

Later in 1974, late child star/performer Lena Zavaroni covered it and she performed it live on numerous shows and it was taken from her Ma! album, she performed it again in 1989, despite this time singing it live at her own wedding.

In 1990, country novelty musician Ray Stevens produced a comedic version of the song, not only playing the song to a more upbeat 'hillbilly' bluegrass tempo but interspersing each line with mocking jokes of those lines (i.e., the first line, 'Take the ribbon from your hair,' is followed by a ripping sound followed by a woman yelling, Spike Jones-style). Another parody was called 'Help Me Make It Through the Yard' by Pinkard & Bowden, in which the lyrics are altered to tell about the plight of a man coming home drunk: 'Take the rosebush from my hair, / Lord, it has a lot of thorns, / What's the sprinkler doing on / At this hour of the morn? ...' In Austria, a well-known German language version of the song was recorded by STS. Its title in German was 'Gö, Du Bleibst Heut Nacht Bei Mir'.

The song was also covered by UK singer Charlie Landsborough on his 2009 album 'Nothing Lasts Forever'.



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