FROM THE ARCHIVE 254 -1961-

Today another song from the 1961 Album ‘Shirley Bassey’. With The William Singers & Geoff Love and his Orchestra. This album was voted ‘Album of the Year’ along with ‘Judy at Carnegie Hall’.

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Lyrics:

Who are we?
To doubt the things we see,
A rose, a leaf, a tree,
And who are they?
To dare to say our love can never be,
Ask yourself and ask the friendly dove,
Why blue birds mate above.
Then  who are we?
to turn the key that locks the door to love,
As sure as summer follows spring
As sure as Sunday churchbells ring
As sure as oceans ebb and flow,
I know, I know
Love is all for mortals such as we,
Just fools would disagree,
So to deny a love so true
My darling who are we?

Chorus: As sure as summer follows spring
As sure as Sunday churchbells ring
As sure as oceans ebb and flow.

I know, I know
Love is all for mortals such as we,
Just fools would disagree,
So to deny a love so true
My darling who are we?

1961 BB NMEBassey17thFeb

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