Brook Benton - Nothing Can Take The Place Of You download album
Brook Benton (born Benjamin Franklin Peay; September 19, 1931 – April 9, 1988) was an American singer and songwriter who was popular with rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and pop music audiences during the late 1950s and early 1960s, with hits such as "It's Just a Matter of Time" and "Endlessly", many of which he co-wrote. – – – – "Nothing Can Take the Place of You" b/w "Woman Without Love".
I moved your pictures From my wall Darling, I replaced them Both large and small Now each new day Finds me so blue Now I know nothing Can take the place of you Every day, I read Your letters one by one And I know I still love you When all is said and done And, oh, my darling I'm so blue
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And, oh, my darling I'm so blue Baby, nothing can Take the place of you. I'm gonna take my time And write you a letter Oh, It's raining on My window pane. I can feel the need of you Because I know without you Nothing seems the same. But I'm gonna wait cause I know you'll be coming home Baby, I love you But I'm all alone. And, oh, darling I'm so blue Cause I know nothing Nothing can take the place of you. Because nothing Takes the place of you.
Released on. Nothing Takes the Place of You Single January 1967. Nothing Takes the Place of You Album July 1967. Request a synchronization license. Nothing Can Take the Place of You. Brook Benton. Nothing Takes the Place of You. Isaac Hayes. Asleep at the Wheel. Al Green. Johnny Adams. Mike Spenser and The Cannibals.
Dear Brook and Mr Benton how doth one adequately mention. rhyme) the combined effect of thy look and voice. both ultra ultra ultra warm, kind, disarming, gentlemanly, paternally wise, reassuring, yet ever-wooing. Dear lovely, warm man and te, Uncle first heard his lovely Ike Hayes (who declared thee as one of his influences) doing this very song. Dear Ike then pointed thy record out and the rest is history !!! Uncle's Ike-Bubba has always had good musical taste. hence thy being one of his equally-baritoned influences.
Nothing in the World. This song is by Brook Benton and appears on the compilation album The Early Years 1953-1959 (2014). If I owned Aladdin's lampI'd make all your dreams come trueBut nothing in the worldCould make me love youMore than I do. If I owned a magic clockThen I'd keep our love brand newBut nothing in the worldCould make me love youMore than I do. Don't ever doubt my feelingsMy love is realMy darling, I'm revealingExactly how I feel.
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|A||Nothing Can Take The Place Of You
Written-By – Toussaint McCall
|B||Woman Without Love
Written-By – Jerry Chesnut
- Producer – Arif Mardin
Notes3 prong centre
|45-44034||Brook Benton||Nothing Can Take The Place Of You / Woman Without Love (7")||Cotillion||45-44034||US||Unknown|
|44034||Brook Benton||Nothing Can Take The Place Of You / Woman Without Love (7")||Cotillion||44034||US||Unknown|
|584267||Brook Benton||Nothing Can Take The Place Of You (7", Single)||Atlantic||584267||UK||1969|
|45-44034||Brook Benton||Woman Without Love / Nothing Can Take The Place Of You (7", Single, Promo)||Cotillion||45-44034||US||Unknown|
|44034||Brook Benton||Nothing Can Take The Place Of You / Woman Without Love (7", Single)||Atlantic||44034||Canada||Unknown|