|"Nothing Ever Hurt Me (Half as Bad as Losing You)"|
|Single by George Jones|
|from the album Nothing Ever Hurt Me (Half as Bad as Losing You)|
|B-side||"Wine (You've Used Me Long Enough)"|
|George Jones singles chronology|
"Nothing Ever Hurt Me (Half as Bad as Losing You)" is a novelty song written by Bobby Braddock and recorded by American country singer George Jones. The song was recorded at a blistering speed and contains tongue twisting lyrics about a country boy for whom nothing ever goes right. The song would reach #7 on the charts. In the liner notes to the 1982 Jones compilation Anniversary – 10 Years of Hits, producer Billy Sherrill writes that Jones rarely performed the song live because he could never remember all the words. Jones would record several more Braddock compositions, including " He Stopped Loving Her Today."