When Your Love Has Gone - Keely Smith - I Wish You Love (Cassette, Album)

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  1. I Wish You Love: A2: When Your Lover Has Gone: A3: You Go To My Head: A4: I Understand: A5: Fools Rush In: A6: Don't Take Your Love From Me: B1: Imagination: B2: If We Never Meet Again: B3: As You Desire Me: B4: Mr. Wonderful: B5: When Day Is Done/5(27).
  2. I Wish You Love Lyrics: Godbye no use leading with our chins / This is where our story ends / Never lovers, ever friends / Goodbye, let our hearts call it a day / But before you walk away / I.
  3. Listen free to Keely Smith – I Wish You Love (I Wish You Love, When Your Lover Has Gone and more). 11 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at dustbermomartmassmavobasatihottumb.coinfo
  4. "Keely Smith -- An exciting singer, a magnetic personality - emerges as both in this outstanding album of warm love songs. The volatile Irish-Indian girl from Virginia can, and does, treat a tune in many and colorful ways. That makes it difficult, if not altogether impossible, to capture the full range of Keely's style in any one single record.
  5. Keely Smith - I Wish You Love (Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks, ) When Your Love Has Gone. Buy track Keely Smith, Performer - Orchestra Nelson Riddle, Performer - Einar Aaron Swan, Composer, Writer. Salt & Pepper. 3. You Go to My Head.
  6. I Wish You Love, an Album by Keely Smith. Released in on Capitol (catalog no. T; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop. Featured peformers: Keely Smith (vocals), Nelson Riddle (arranger, conductor), Ken Whitmore (photography).
  7. Eventually he came to “I Wish You Love.” “It’ll never be a hit but its a pretty song,” he said. “I’ll sing any other 11 songs you choose, but I want to do that song,” she said. As it turned out, it became her theme song and the title track of the album, and /5(15).
  8. Jul 24,  · "I Wish You Love" by Keely Smith was originally written in French by Charles Trenet. The English lyric is by Albert Beach. The song gave title to her debut album for Capitol Records released in.

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