FROM THE ARCHIVE 293 -1968-

One Of Those Songs is a song from the 1968 album 12 Of Those Songs

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Lyrics:

Well, this is one of those songs that you hear now and then
You don’t know just where and you don’t know just when
It’s one of those songs that are over and then
It’s one of those songs that starts playing again

Yes, it’s one of those songs that you hear for awhile
That come into fashion, then go out of style
It’s one of those songs that you think you forgot
But it’s one of those songs you cannot

Because it’s one of those songs that can make you recall
A ride in the springtime, a walk in the fall
A day in the country, a night on the town
The sun coming up or the rain coming down

Or else the evening you parted, the morning you met
The love of your life you can never forget
The reason is simple, the memory belongs
To one of those wonderful songs

Well, this is one of those songs that’s so easy to hear
You listen just once, and you play it by ear
It’s hummed on verandas and strummed on guitars
And all you remember is “lah-dah-dah-dah”

But later on you recall it in some other year
You may start to smile or you may shed a tear
You’ll find that a part of your lifetime belongs
To one of those wonderful songs.

5 thoughts on “FROM THE ARCHIVE 293 -1968-”

  1. ‘This Is Shirley Bassey’ – the first album of hers I ever bought after seeing her on BBC TV in 1979 and set me on a lifetime of listening to her every note I could get me ears on. Fabulous in every way.

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  2. Thank you Pieter. I agree with everything written in the critique in regards to Dame Shirley’s singing and rendition of this lovely song. Very vibrant and great. Kudos to Dame Shirley. Thanks again!!!

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