One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart) (1960s)
One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart) was written in 1948 by singing cowboy Eddie Dean, his wife Lorene Dean and songwriter Hal Blair. The song was first recorded by Jimmy Wakely which gave him his first #1 single on the Folk Best Seller chart. Dean’s own version and another cover by Bob Eberly were also released around the same time. In the 1960s, Barry Young went to #13 on the Hot 100 in 1965. Also that year, Gene Pitney and George Jones collaborated together for a cover version. In 1966, Al Martino covered the song for his album, Spanish Eyes. In 1969, Jerry Lee Lewis covered the song and peaked at #3 on the country chart.