Astrid’s Simply Bassey #176

This week another single from the Eighties as requested by Terence. Thought I’d Ring You (With Al Corley). This track is also rarely seen on CD
Music composed by Pino Marchese and Guido Deloo. Lyrics by Charles McLoughlin and Pierre Delanoë.

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Lyric:
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Shirley Bassey:
Thought I’d ring you
And tell you I’m in town
Hope to see you
Yes, dinner would be fine
Do you remember when you and I first met?
I know I do, do you?
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Al Corley:
Hey baby
It’s sure good to hear your voice again
Of course I haven’t forgotten the day we first met
If you remember
We both had our eye on the same cab
And just as we got there
Mmhmm… it started to rain
I guess I’ll never forget that look in your eye
Not that look
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Shirley Bassey:
Lost and confused
Whatever could I do?
Nothing to lose
Oh, don’t you see I trusted you?
Caught in the rain on such a sunny day
Caught in the rain on such a special day with you
Nice to see you
You’ve hardly changed, it’s true
A little older
But time’s been kind to you
Do you remember a very special night?
You know I do, do you?
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Al Corley:
Do I? .. Mmhmm, mmhmm ..
You know, that neither of us really cared where we were headin’
Aahh, not that night
And that cabbie dropped us off at that little French restaurant I knew
And what with the wine and the food
We just never noticed the time
I know I kept on wishing that night would never, ever end
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Shirley Bassey:
Lost and confused
Whatever could I do?
Nothing to lose
Oh, don’t you see I trusted you?
Caught in the rain on such a sunny day
Caught in the rain on such a special day with you
Lost and confused
Whatever could I do?
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Nothing to lose
Oh, don’t you see I trusted you?
Caught in the rain on such a sunny day
Caught in the rain on such a special day with you
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(Transcribed by Tim and Roman)
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Thought I’d Ring You (with Al Corley).
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Thought I’d Ring You (instrumental).
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