1965

Number Ones:
Come See About Me - Supremes [Motown 1068] (Holland, Dozier, Holland) was first issued as a single by Nella Dodds [‘64, Wand 167], but the Supremes’ version had appeared on their LP Where Did Our Love Go [Motown 621].
Mrs. Brown You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter - Herman’s Hermits [MGM 13341] (Peacock) is from the 1963 British TV production The Lads, sung by Tom Courtenay [Decca F-11729].
Turn! Turn! Turn! - Byrds [Columbia 43424] (Seeger) is a song by Pete Seeger that he recorded in 1962 [5/6 The Bitter and the Sweet, Columbia 8716 and 7/15/62 for Folkways], also recorded by the Limeliters [4/7/62, Folk Matinee, RCA Victor 2547] and Judy Collins [‘63, Judy Collins #3, Elektra 7243]. The text is from the book of Ecclesiastes 3:1.
Help! - Beatles [Capitol 5476] (Lennon, McCartney) is a movie title song.
This Diamond Ring - Gary Lewis & the Playboys [Liberty 55756] (Brass, Kooper, Levine) was also (first?) recorded in 1964 by Sammy Ambrose [Musicor].
Hang On Sloopy - McCoys [Bang 506] (Farrell, Russell) was originally ‘My Girl Sloopy’ by the Vibrations [‘64, Atlantic 2221] and later charted for the Ramsey Lewis Trio [‘65, Cadet 5522].
Mr. Tambourine Man - Byrds [Columbia 43271] (Dylan) is from Bob Dylan’s album Bringing It All Back Home [Columbia 2328]. It was first recorded in early ‘64 by the Brothers Four, but not released until 1965 on The Honey Wind Blows [Columbia 2305].
I’m Henry VIII, I Am - Herman’s Hermits [MGM 13367] (Murray, Weston) is a British music hall song from 1911, popularized by Harry Champion, who recorded it in 1931 [CAX 6216], if not before.
I’m Telling You Now - Freddie & the Dreamers [Tower 125] (Garrity, Murray) was a hit in England in 1963 [Columbia DB 7086].
Over and Over - Dave Clark Five [Epic 9863] (Byrd) was recorded by Bobby Day as the B-side of his hit ‘Rock-in Robin’ [‘58, Class 229]., and also by Thurston Harris [‘58, Aladdin 3430].
Number Twos:
Wooly Bully - Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs [MGM 13322] (Samudio) is a rewrite of ‘Hully Gully, Now’ by Big Bo & the Arrows [‘62, Duchess 1013].
A Lover’s Concerto - Toys [DynoVoice 209] (Linzer, Randall) is an adaptation of the ‘Minuet for Keyboard, No. 1 in G Major’ from Bach’s collection Anna Magadalena Notebook II/1 BWV anh. 114 [1725] - this piece is usually attributed to Christian Petzold.
1 - 2 - 3 - Len Barry [Decca 31827] (Barry, Madara, White, Holland, Dozier, Holland) H-D-H get the songwriting credit due to similarity to the Supremes’ ‘Ask Any Girl’ [‘64, B-side of ‘Baby Love’ Motown 1066.]
Can’t You Hear My Heartbeat - Herman’s Hermits [MGM 13310] (Carter, Lewis) charted in England for the American girl group Goldie & the Gingerbreads [‘65, Decca F 12070].
Save Your Heart For Me - Gary Lewis & the Playboys [Liberty 55809] (Udell, Geld) was the B-side of Brian Hyland’s ‘I’m Afraid to Go Home’ [‘63, ABC Paramount 10452].
Top Fives:
I Got You (I Feel Good) - James Brown [King 1615] (Brown) A prototype for this, ‘I Found You’, was recorded in 1962 and released under the name of vocalist Yvonne Fair [King 5594]. A further refinement appeared on Out of Sight [‘65, Smash MGS 27058] as ‘I Got You’.
Love Potion Number Nine - Searchers [Kapp 27] (Leiber, Stoller) was originally by the Clovers [‘59, United Artists 180].
You Were On My Mind - We Five [A&M 770] (Sylvia Fricker) originated with folk duo Ian & Sylvia [‘64, Vanguard 35025], and recorded by the Mitchell Trio [‘65, Typical American Boys Mercury 60992].
What’s New Pussycat? - Tom Jones [Parrot 9765] (David, Bacharach) is a movie title song.
Crying in the Chapel - Elvis Presley [RCA 0643] (Glenn) was recorded by Elvis in 1960. It was popular in several formats in 1953. It became a country hit for the writer’s son, Texan Darrell Glenn [7/53, Valley 105], as well as for movie cowboy Rex Allen [8/53, Decca 28758] and the Statesmen [Statesmen 1031]. The R&B hit was by the Orioles, from Baltimore [8/53, Jubilee 45-5122], and pop hits by June Valli [8/53, RCA Victor 5368] and Ella Fitzgerald [9/53, Decca 28762].
Unchained Melody - Righteous Brothers [Philles 129] (North, Zaret) is the movie hit from 1955 (see 1955).
Keep On Dancing - Gentrys [MGM 13379] (Young) was originally by the Avantis [‘63, Argo 5436].
Cara, Mia - Jay & the Americans [United Artists 881] (Lange, Trapani) charted for the David Whitfield with the Mantovani Orchestra [‘54, London 45-1486]. (Trapani is a pseudonym for Mantovani.)
Catch Us If You Can - Dave Clark Five [Epic 9833] (Clark, Davidson) is from the movie Having a Wild Weekend.
Wonderful World - Herman’s Hermits [MGM 13354] (Adler, Alpert, Campbell) was originally a hit for Sam Cooke [‘60, Keen 8-2112]. It also charted in 1978 for Art Garfunkel, with James Taylor & Paul Simon [Columbia 10676].
Jolly Green Giant - Kingsmen [Wand 172] (Easton, Harris, Terry) is based on ‘Big Boy Pete’ by Don & Dewey [‘59, Specialty 659], which charted for the Olympics [‘60, Arvee 595].
You’re the One - Vogues [Co & Ce 229] (Clark, Hatch) was from the Petula Clark LP I Know a Place [‘65, Warner 1598].
The “In” Crowd - Ramsey Lewis Trio [Argo 5506] (Page) charted earlier in the year for Dobie Gray [Charger 105].
Silhouettes - Herman’s Hermits [MGM 13332] (Crewe, Slay) was a hit for the Rays [‘57, Cameo 117].
Top Tens:
Ferry Cross the Mersey - Gerry & the Pacemakers [Laurie 3284] (Marsden) is a movie title song.
Make the World Go Away - Eddy Arnold [RCA 8679] was a pop hit for Timi Yuro (see 1963).
Taste of Honey - Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass [A&M 775] (Marlowe, Scott) was introduced by Bobby Scott in the Broadway show A Taste of Honey [1960]. It was recorded by Martin Denny [‘62, 55470], Lenny Welch [‘62, Cadence 1428] and Tony Bennett [‘64, Columbia 43073]. The Beatles recorded a version, based on Welch’s, for their 1963 debut LP Please Please Me [in U.S. on Introducing…the Beatles ‘64 Vee Jay 1062].
Seventh Son - Johnny Rivers [Imperial 66112] (Dixon) was first recorded in 1955 by Willie Mabon [Chess 1608]. It was also on Mose Allison’s 1959 LP Creek Bank [Prestige 7152].
Fever - McCoys [Bang 511] (Davenport, Cooley) was an R&B hit by Little Willie John [5/56, King 4935] and then a pop hit for Peggy Lee [7/58, Capitol 3998]. It was on Elvis’ 1960 LP Elvis Is Back! [RCA Victor LSP-2231].
Amen - Impressions [ABC Paramount 10602] (Pate, Mayfield) As “Mary Had a Baby” it appeared on the 1958 recording We’ve Got Some Singing to Do by the Oberlin college group the Folksmiths [Folkways FA 2407], also on Gordon Heath & Lee Payant‘s Folksongs and Footnotes [’56, Abbaye 1], and Marilyn Child & Glenn Yarbrough‘s English and American Folksongs [’58, Elektra EKL-143]. It was heard in the 1963 Sidney Poitier film Lilies of the Field [soundtrack 5/64, Epic 26094], arranged by Afro-American actor and arranger Jester Hairston (b. 1901), who dubbed in the vocal singing part for Belafonte. (Hairston also wrote ’Mary’s Boy Child’.) It was recorded by Harry Belafonte [6/63, Streets I Have Walked RCA Victor 2695] and Joe & Eddie [2/64, Coast to Coast Crescendo 96] before being released on the Impression Keep on Pushing LP [8/64, ABC-Paramount 493]. Otis Redding charted with it posthumously [‘68, Atco 6592].
Just a Little Bit Better - Herman’s Hermits [MGM 13398] (Young) was first done by Kenny Young [‘64, Atco 6322], who wrote many hit songs.
I Like It Like That - Dave Clark Five [Epic 9811] (Kenner) was a hit for Chris Kenner [‘61, Instant 3229].
I Want Candy - Strangeloves [Bang 501] (Feldman, Goldstein, Gottehrer) sets new lyrics to 'Bo Diddley' ['55, Checker 814].
Goldfinger - Shirley Bassey [United Artists 790] (Bricusse, Newley, Barry) is the title song to a James Bond movie.
It Ain’t Me Babe - Turtles [White Whale 222] (Dylan) is from Another Side of Bob Dylan [‘64, Columbia 2193]. It had charted earlier in the year for Johnny Cash & June Carter [Columbia 43145].
Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me - Mel Carter [Imperial 66113] (Noble) was a it for Karen Chandler [‘52, Coral 60831].
Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte - Patti Page [Columbia 43251] (DeVol, David) is a movie title song.
The Clapping Song - Shirley Ellis [Congress 234] (Chase) is based on a playgrorund rhyme.
I Go To Pieces - Peter & Gordon [Capitol 5335] (Shannon) was a hit for Peter & Gordon, but released later in the year by its writer, Del Shannon [1,661 Seconds with Del Shannon, Amy 8006].
Down in the Boondocks - Billy Joe Royal [Columbia 43305] (South) is very reminiscent of Gene Piney’s ‘Twenty-Four Hours from Tulsa’ [‘63, Musicor 1034] (David, Bacharach).
The Last Time - Rolling Stones [London 9741] (Jagger, Richards) is based on ‘This May Be the Last Time’ from the Staple Singers LP Swing Low [recorded ‘58, released ‘61 Vee Jay LP5014].
Cast Your Fate to the Wind - Sounds Orchestral [Parkway 942] (Guaraldi) was a jazz song that charted for the Vince Guaraldi Trio in 1962-63 [Fantasy 563].
The Wedding - Julie Rogers [Mercury 72332] (Jay, Prieto) was originally the title song to the 1961 Argentine film La Novia.
Red Roses for a Blue Lady - Vic Dana [Dolton 304] (Tepper, Bennett) was also a hit for Bert Kaempfert [Decca 31722] and Wayne Newton [Capitol 5366] - one of the last songs to chart simultaneously with multiple versions. It originated in 1949: Vaughn Monroe [RCA Victor 20-3319], Guy Lombardo [Decca 24549] and John Laurenz [Mercury 5201].
I Will - Dean Martin [Reprise 0415] (Glasser) charted in 1962 for Vic Dana [Dolton 51].
Go Now! - Moody Blues [London 9726] (Bennett, Banks) was originally by Bessie Banks [‘64, Tiger 102].
You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away - Silkie [Fontana 1525] was from the Beatles soundtrack album Help! [Capitol 2386].
Top Twenties:
I’m Yours - Elvis Presley [RCA 8657] (Robertson, Blair) is from the 1962 Presley album Pot Luck [RCA Victor LSP-2523]. It was later recorded by its writer Don Robertson [‘69, RCA Victor 47-9721].
(Such an) Easy Question - Elvis Presley [RCA 8585] (Blackwell, Scott) is also from Pot Luck.
Sha La La - Manfred Mann [Ascot 2165] (Taylor, Mosley) charted in ‘64 for the Shirelles [Scepter 1267].
Baby the Rain Must Fall - Glenn Yarbrough [RCA 8498] (Bernstein, Sheldon) is a movie title song. It was sung on the 1964 soundtrack LP [Ava AS53] by the Wee Three Trio, along with an instrumental version by Elmer Bernstein.
Don’t Think Twice - Wonder Who? [Philips 40324] (Dylan) is the Four Seasons treatment of the Dylan song [see 1963].
Do You Wanna Dance? - Beach Boys [Capitol 5372] (Freeman) was a hit for Bobby Freeman [‘58, Josie 835]. It has also charted for Del Shannon [’64, Amy 911], the Mamas & Papas [‘68, Dunhill/ABC 4171, from their ‘66 LP If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears Dunhill 50006], Bette Midler [’73, Atlantic 2928], and the Ramones [’78, Sire 1017].
Queen of the House - Jody Miller [Capitol 5402] (Miller, Taylor) is an answer song to Roger Miller’s ‘King of the Road’ [Smash 1965].
We Gotta Get Out of This Place - Animals [MGM 13382] (Mann, Weil) was originally recorded by its writer, Barry Mann, for Red Bird - but unreleased?
Some Enchanted Evening - Jay & the Americans [United Artists 919] (Rodgers, Hammerstein) is from the musical South Pacific, sung by Ezio Pinza in show [Columbia 4995-M]; also Perry Como [RCA Victor 20-3402], Bing Crosby [Decca 24609], Jo Stafford [Capitol 544], Frank Sinatra [Columbia 38446] and Paul Weston [Capitol 629].
Thou Shalt Not Steal - Dick and DeeDee [Warner 5482] (Loudermilk) was originally done by the writer, John D. Loudermilk [‘62, RCA Victor 47-7993].
Too Many Rivers - Brenda Lee [Decca 31792] (Howard) is a country song from 1964 by Claude Gray [Columbia 4-43150].
Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows - Lesley Gore [Mercury 72433] (Hamlisch, Liebling) is from the film Ski Party.
One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart) - Barry Young [Dot 16756] (Dean, Dean, Blair) is a country song from 1948: Eddie Dean [Crystal 132], Jimmy Wakely [Capitol 15162], and Bob Eberly [Decca 24492]. It was again a country hit for Jerry Lee Lewis [‘69, Smash 2224].
Action - Freddy Cannon [Warner 5645] (Venet, Boyce) was the theme to Dick Clark’s daily show Where the Action Is. The tune was originally ‘Shim Sham Shuffle’ by Ricky Lyons [‘60, Federal 12381], and was recorded by Paul Revere & the Raiders on Just Like Us! [Columbia 9251].
I Knew You When - Billy Joe Royal [Columbia 43390] (South) was orginally by Wade Flemons [‘64, Vee Jay 614].
True Love Ways - Peter & Gordon [Capitol 5406] (Holly, Petty) was a posthumous release for Buddy Holly [‘60, Coral 62210].
Puppet On a String - Elvis Presley [RCA 0650] (Tepper, Bennett) is from the film Girl Happy.
I’ll Be There - Gerry & the Pacemakers [Laurie 3279] (Darin) was originally by Bobby Darin, the B-side of ‘Won’t You Come Home, Bill Bailey’ [‘60, Atco 6167].
Willow Weep For Me - Chad & Jeremy [World Artists 1034] (Ronell) is a 1932 song that was sung on stage and radio by Ruth Etting, and recorded by Paul Whiteman, Irene Taylor vocal [Victor 24187] and Ted FioRito, Muzzy Marcellino vocal [Brunswick 6422]. It has also been recorded by Billie Holiday [‘54, Clef 89141], Frank Sinatra [‘58, Only the Lonely Capitol 1053] and Nina Simone [‘59, Colpix 124].
All I Really Want To Do - Cher [Imperial 66114] (Dylan) is from Another Side of Bob Dylan [‘64, Columbia 2193]. It also charted for the Byrds [Columbia 43332].
The Race Is On - Jack Jones [Kapp 651] (Rollins) was a 1964 country hit for George Jones [United Artists 751].
Marie - Bachelors [London 9762] (Berlin) was a hit in 1928 for Nat Shilkret, as the Troubadours, with Lewis James [Victor 21746], Rudy Vallee [Harmony 834-H] and Franklyn Baur [Victor 21787]. It was again a hit in 1937 for Tommy Dorsey, feat. Jack Lawrence [Victor 25523] and in 1954 for the Four Tunes [Jubilee 45-5128].
Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood - Animals [MGM 1331] (Benjamin, Marcus, Caldwell) was recorded by Nina Simone in 1964 [Philips 40232], revived by Santa Esmeralda in 1978 [Casablanca 902].
My Love, Forgive Me - Robert Goulet [Columbia 43131] (Mescoli, Lee, Pallavicini) was a 1964 Italian hit ‘Amore Scusami’ by John Foster.
Make It Easy On Yourself - Walker Brothers [Smash 2009] (David, Bacharach) was first recorded by Jerry Butler [‘62, Vee Jay 451]. It was on Dionne Warwick’s 1963 LP Presenting Dionne Warwick [Scepter 508], with a live version released as a single in 1970 [Scepter 12294].
Theme from “A Summer Place” - Lettermen [Capitol 5437] (Steiner, Discant) is a vocal remake of the big 1960 hit. (See 1960).
Before and After - Chad & Jeremy [Columbia 43277] (McCoy) was a single for the Fleetwoods [‘64, Dolton 302].
I’m a Fool - Dino, Desi & Billy [Reprise 0367] (Cooper, West) was a single by the Astronauts [9/24/64, RCA 47-8463], earlier recorded by Rick Nelson [9/27/64, Spotlight on Rick Decca 4608.
I’m a Man - Yardbirds [Epic 9857] (McDaniel) was released in 1955 by Bo Diddley [Checker 814, B-side of ‘Bo Diddley’] and, as ‘Manish Boy’, by Muddy Waters [Chess 1602]. Before this version, the Yardbirds recorded it on their live 1964 LP with Eric Clapton on guitar, Five Live Yardbirds. It was also recorded by Them as ‘All For Myself’, the B-side of ‘Here Comes the Night’ [Parrot 9749] and is on the U.K. version of the Who’s My Generation [Brunswick LAT 8616].
Long, Lonely Nights - Bobby Vinton [Epic 9768] (Andrews, Davis, Henderson, Uniman) was recorded by Lee Andrews & the Hearts [‘56, Main Line 102, and then ‘57, Chess 1665] and Clyde McPhatter [‘57, Atlantic 1149].
Leader of the Laundromat - Detergents [Roulette 4590] (Vance, Pockriss) is a parody of ‘Leader of the Pack’ by the Shangri-Las [‘64, Red Bird 014].
Iko Iko - Dixie Cups [Red Bird 024] (Crawford) was originally ‘Jock-O-Mo’ by Sugar Boy Crawford [‘53, Checker 787]. It was later a hit for the English group the Belle Stars [‘82, Stiff BUY 150, and re-recorded for the film Rain Man Capitol 44343].
Lemon Tree - Trini Lopez [Reprise 0336] (Holt) was recorded by the Kingston Trio [‘61, Goin’ Places Capitol 1564]; then by its writer, Will Holt [‘61-’62, Will Holt & Dolly Jonah On the Brink Atlantic 8051]; and charted for Peter, Paul & Mary as their first single release [‘62, Warner 5274].
Midnight Special - Johnny Rivers [Imperial 66087] (trad.) was made popular by Leadbelly (see 1960).
Top Thirties :
Do the Clam - Elvis Presley [RCA Victor 47-8500] (Weisman, Wayne, Fuller) is from the movie Girl Happy. It is based on ‘Hambone’, first recorded by Red Saunders and his Orchestra [‘52, Okeh 4-6862], writing credits to Saunders and Washington.
Houston - Dean Martin [Reprise 0393] (Hazlewood) was a single for Sanford Clark [‘65, Warner Bros. 5624] and appeared on Lee Hazlewood’s LP Friday’s Child [‘65, Reprise RS-6163].
Yeh, Yeh - Georgie Fame [Imperial 66086] (Grant, Patrick, Hendricks) was originally by Mongo Santamaria [‘63, Watermelon Man Battle 6120], with a vocal version by Lambert, Hendricks & Bavan [‘63, At Newport RCA Victor LMP-2747].
Bumble Bee - Searchers [Kapp 49] (Fullylove, Baker) charted for LaVern Baker [‘60, Atlantic 2077]. (Rypens refers to an earlier version that year by the Tads on Atlantic, but I find no evidence elsewhere.)
Shakin’ All Over - Guess Who? [Scepter 1295] (Kidd) was a 1960 U.K. hit for Johnny Kidd & the Pirates [HMV POP 753].
Send Me the Pillow You Dream On - Dean Martin [Reprise 0344] (Locklin) is Hank Locklin’s ‘58 country hit (see 1962).
If I Loved You - Chad & Jeremy [World Artists 1041] (Hammerstein, Rodgers) as sung by John Raitt & Jan Clayton in the 1945 Broadway show Carousel. Popular versions were by Perry Como [Victor 20-1676], Frank Sinatra [Columbia 36825], Bing Crosby [Decca 18686], and Harry James [Columbia 36806]. Roy Hamilton had an R&B hit with it in 1954 [Epic 9047]. In the 1956 film version it was sung by Gordon MacRae & Shirley Jones.
Reelin’ and Rockin’ - Dave Clark Five [Epic 9786] (Berry) was originally recorded by Chuck Berry, the B-side of ‘Sweet Little Sixteen’ [‘58, Chess 1683]. Berry finally charted with it in 1972, in a live version recorded in England [Chess 2136].
Dear Heart - Andy Williams [Columbia 43180] (Livingston, Evans) is a movie title song that also made Top 30 for Jack Jones [Kapp 635].
Here Comes the Night ­- Them [Parrot 9749] (Berns) was recorded in 1964 by Lulu [Parrot 9714].
To Know You Is to Love You - Peter & Gordon [Capitol 5461] (Spector) was originally ‘To Know Him is to Love Him’ by the Teddy Bears [‘58, Dore 503].
Not the Lovin’ Kind - Dino, Desi & Billy [Reprise 0401] (Hazlewood) Lee Hazlewood’s version came out in mid-1966 in the LP The Very Special World of Lee Hazlewood [MGM SE-4362].
You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You - Dean Martin [Reprise 0333] (Morgan, Stock, Cavanaugh) was a hit for its writer, Russ Morgan [‘46, Decca 18724].
When I’m Gone - Brenda Holloway [Tamla 54111] (Robinson) was recorded for Motown in 1964 by Mary Wells but not released until 1966 or ‘67 [Vintage Stock Motown 653].
Kiss Away - Ronnie Dove [Diamond 191] (Sherrill, Sutton) was a single for Thomas Wayne [‘65, Racer 3131].
Where Have All the Flowers Gone - Johnny Rivers [Imperial 66133] (Seeger) is the folk song (see 1962).
With These Hands - Tom Jones [Parrot 9787] (Davis, Silver) was a 1953 hit for Eddie Fisher [RCA Victor 5365] and Johnnie Ray [Columbia 40026],
No Arms Can Ever Hold You - Bachelors [London 9724] (Crafer, Nebb) charted for Georgie Shaw (see 1955).
Looking Through the Eyes of Love - Gene Pitney [Musicor 1103] (Mann, Weil) was recorded by the Drifters in ‘65, but not released.
Concrete and Clay - Unit 4 + 2 [London 9751] (Parker, Moeller) also charted for Eddie Rambeau [DynoVoice 204].
Woman’s Got Soul - Impressions [ABC-Paramount 10647] (Mayfield) was recorded by Jerry Butler as ‘A Woman With Soul’ [‘63, Vee-Jay 556].
Give Us Your Blessing - Shangri-Las [Red Bird 030] (Barry, Greenwich) was done in 1963 by Ray Peterson [Dunes 2025].
What Have They Done to the Rain - Searchers [Kapp 644] (Malvina Reynolds) appeared on Joan Baez In Concert [‘62, Vanguard 2122], and was recorded by Malvina Reynolds on Malvina Reynolds Sings the Truth, her debut at the age of 67 [67?, Columbia 2614) - this album also included her ’Little Boxes’.
Land of 1000 Dances - Cannibal & the Headhunters [Rampart 642] (Kenner, Domino) was recorded by its writers in 1963: Chris Kenner [Instant 3252], and Fats Domino [Here Comes…Fats Domino ABC Paramount 455]. This version has the ‘na na na na na’ part - not in the original. It was also recorded by Thee Midniters [Chattahoochee 666], and was a hit for Wilson Pickett [‘66, Atlantic 2348].
You Were Only Fooling (While I Was Falling in Love) - Vic Damone [Warner 5616] (Faber, Meadows, Fotine) was a 1948 hit for Blue Barron [MGM 10185], the Ink Spots [Decca 24507] and Kay Starr [Capitol 15226].
For Lovin’ Me - Peter, Paul & Mary [Warner 5496] (Lightfoot) Gordon Lightfoot’s version didn’t appear until his debut LP Lightfoot in Jan. 66 [United Artists UAS 6487]. Ian & Sylvia also recorded it on Early Morning Rain [‘65, Vanguard 79195].