FROM THE ARCHIVE 261 -1962-

Let’s Start All Over Again was released in 1962 as the B-side of the single ‘Tonight’. Below a programm from 1962.

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Lyrics:

I’ve tried to live my life without you,
And while I had good cause to doubt you,
There’s something woderful about you,
Let’s start all over again.
I’ve found no lips like yours to kiss me,
If now you’ll only say you’ve missed me,
Around your finger you can twist me,
Let’s start all over again.
Let’s forget the harsh words,
Let’s begin a new,
We will need no passwords,
Ours is ‘I love you’,
Tho’all those artificial faces,
Will bawl us out as hopeless cases,
They don’t know what your warm embrace is,
Let’s start all over again.
Let’s forget the harsh words,
Let’s begin a new,
We will need no passwords,
Ours is ‘I love you’,
Tho’all those artificial faces,
Will bawl us out as hopeless cases,
They don’t know what your warm embrace is,
Let’s start all over again.

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Picture 1962

One thought on “FROM THE ARCHIVE 261 -1962-”

  1. Another Great Ballad,, I LOVED THIS B SIDE , More Than The A SIDE
    [ TONIGHT ],, Which in Quite a Few Instances I Found this was the Case For Me, .on other singles, Especially In the 60’s a Song Writer was a Lady name of ALMA COOK , She Wrote Many of Dame Shirley’s B Sides, HOW CAN YOU TELL,,B side of I WHO HAVE NOTHING {1963 ],, YOUR LOVE, B side of GONE, {1964 } , I Adored WITHOUT A WORD ,B SIDE of THIS IS MY LIFE, [ 1968 ] ABOVE ALL OTHERS, / B Side of WHAT NOW MY LOVE,,[ 1962 ] Also B Side of WHO CAN I TURN TO ? / TO BE LOVED BY A MAN, { 1964 ] I also Loved Shirley’s 1st SINGLE for UNITED ARTISTS LABEL , DON’ T TAKE THE LOVER’S FROM THE WORLD,.
    In My Opinion Should have Really been a Big Hit For DAME SHIRLEY {1966/67] A FANTASTIC DECADE For Early Dame Shirley Fans
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    Dennis JERSEY CHANNEL ISLANDS

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