Songwriter

Country Johnny Mathis has had songs recorded by 10 Country Music Hall of Fame Inductees, 2 Rock And Roll Hall of Fame Inductees and 4 Rockabilly Hall of Fame Inductees. Here is a partial listing of artists and songs they have recorded that were written or co-written by Mathis.:

George Jone  -  A Good Old Fashioned Cry
George Jones  -  Ain't It Funny (What A Fool Will Do) 
Brad Davis - Black Sheep
Johnny Paycheck  -  Black Sheep
Elvis Costello  -  Brown To Blue
George Jones  -  Brown To Blue
Bobby Helms  -  Come Home To My Heart
Bobby Lewis  -  Come Home To My Heart
Johnny Paycheck  -  Come Home To My Heart
Johnny Paycheck  -  Every Minute I Want Jesus By My Side
George Jones  -  Every Time I Look At You
Webb Pierce  -  Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
Bobby Helms - Expressing My Love
George Jones  -  I Can't Change Overnight
Melba Montgomery  -  I Can't Change Overnight
Melba Montgomery/George Jones  -  I Dreamed My Baby Came Home
George Jone  -  I Get Lonely In A Hurry
Webb Pierce  -  I Owe It To My Heart
Jim Lauderdale  -  I Want You To Know
Johnny Paycheck - I Want You To Know
Johnny Paycheck  -  I Will Never Grow Tired Of Loving You
George Jones  -  I Wish Tonight Would Never End
Kenny and Amanda Smith Band  -  I'd Jump The Mississippi
Melba Montgomery/George Jones  -  I'd Jump The Mississippi
The Whites  -  I'd Jump The Mississippi
Carl Smith  -  If You Don't Somebody Else Will
Connie Stevens - If You Don't Somebody Else Will
George Hamilton IV  -  If You Don't Somebody Else Will
George Jones/Margie Singleton - If You Don't Somebody Else Will
George Jones/Tammy Wynnette  -  If You Don't Somebody Else Will (Recorded on      George & Tammy's 'Golden Ring' album. This album is listed as The Top 200 Most    Influential Albums In Country Music.)
Jimmy and Johnny  -  If You Don't Somebody Else Will
Jimmy Dean  -  If You Don't Somebody Else Will
Johnny Bond & Wesley Tuttle  -  If You Don't Somebody Else Will
Leroy Van Dyke  -  If You Don't Somebody Else Will
Porter Waggoner - If You Don't Somebody Else Will
Osborne Brothers  -  If You Don't Somebody Else Will
Ray Price  -  If You Don't Somebody Else Will
The York Brothers  -  If You Don't Somebody Else Will
Wanda Jackson      -  If You Don't Somebody Else Will
Charlie Pride  -  If You Should Come Back Today
Johnny Paycheck  -  If You Should Come Back Today
Melba Montgomery   -  I'll Always Keep On Loving You
Johnny Horton  -  I'll Do It Every Time
Johnny Paycheck  -  I'm Gonna Tell The World
Johnny Paycheck  -  I'm On My Way Home
George Jones  -  Is This How A Broken Heart Dies
Louisiana Hayride Cradle of the Stars Documentary  -  Let Me Go Back One More Time
Brad Davis - Let's Go Home
George Jones  -  Let's Go Home
Brad Davis - Make Me One More Memory
Johnny Paycheck  -  Make Me One More Memory
Rolling Papers documentary/film - My Heart Is On The Paper
Freddy Fender  -  Please Talk To My Heart
George Jones/Montgomery/Lynn  -  Please Talk To My Heart
Johnny Bush  -  Please Talk To My Heart
Ray Price  -  Please Talk To My Heart
Johnny Paycheck  -  Something In Your World
Carl Smith  -  There's No More Love
Brad Davis  -  There's No More Love
George Jones/Melba Montgomery  -  What's In Our Hearts
George Jones/Montgomery/Lynn  -  Without A Reason
George Jones  -  Wouldn't It Be Something
Charlie Pride  -  You Can Tell The World

Note: Johnny sold “Am I That Easy To Forget” outright for $15, and it does not bear his name on the songwriter credits today. This song was recorded by  Sonny James, Englebert Humperdinck, George Jones, Patsy Cline, Debbie Reynolds, Jim Reeves, Skeeter Davis, Don Gibson, Leon Russel, The Browns, Jeannie C. Riley, Prairie Oyster, Carl Belew, Eddy Arnold, Ray Price, Marty Robbins, Patti Page, Kitty Wells and many others. The song is credited to Carl Belew, Shelby Singleton & W.S. Stevenson (a pseudonym used by Bill McCall). The song has achieved the BMI One Million Performances Award for having been performed over one million times on radio and television. Record sales pertaining to this song are in the millions.

Johnny Mathis - BMI Citation Nov 19, 1955 for "If You Don't, Somebody Else Will"

Johnny Mathis – BMI Citation Nov 19, 1955 for “If You Don’t, Somebody Else Will”