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If you were born in 1957, people were hearing Johnny Mathis for the first time on their radios that year - his big hits at the start of his career were 'Wonderful, Wonderful,' and this one 'It's Not For Me To Say'

If you were born in people were hearing Johnny Mathis for the first time on their radios that year - his big hits at the start of his career were 'Wonderful, Wonderful,' and this one 'It's Not For Me To Say'

Cher - Strong Enough (Official Music Video)

Cher - Strong Enough (Official Music Video) - Cher, girl, I love you, but this video is SO weird.

Top Songs of 1962 - YouTube

1 Stranger on the Shore - Acker Bilk 2 I Can& Stop Loving You - Ray Charles 3 Mashed Potato Time - Dee Dee Sharp 4 Roses Are Red (My Love) - Bobby Vinton 5 .

"Tammy" -- Debbie Reynolds. My mother sang this song. I remember her singing it to my sister, who used to ask for it. It's an older song, but it's lovely. Sunny's stepmother, Annabelle, sings this song to her young daughter Audrey.

Debbie Reynolds - Tammy (HQ) - from Tammy and the Batchelor (movie) - putting up another copy - someone wanted one that did not show photos off Debbie in Singing In the Rain

Andrea Bocelli - The Music of the Night - YouTube

Andrea Bocelli - The Music of the Night, Uploaded on Apr The Music of the Night from Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Phantom of the opera at the memorial concert for Lady Diana at the London Wembley Stadium.

This Old Heart of Mine ~ Rod Stewart. Awesome - 1989.

1975 single of This Old Heart of Mine released by Rod Stewart Here is a 1989 Version With Ronald Isley

1 Stranger on the Shore - Acker Bilk 2 I Can't Stop Loving You - Ray Charles 3 Mashed Potato Time - Dee Dee Sharp 4 Roses Are Red (My Love) - Bobby Vinton 5 ...

1 Stranger on the Shore - Acker Bilk 2 I Can't Stop Loving You - Ray Charles 3 Mashed Potato Time - Dee Dee Sharp 4 Roses Are Red (My Love) - Bobby Vinton 5 .

The Monkees - Last Train To Clarksville

TV show = The Monkees - Last Train To Clarksville. The tv show was so much fun and although I was young the music kinda stuck. Manufactured pop, yes, but either way, I would have loved to have been old enough to really appreciate them at the time.