Mister Sandman, bring me a dream (Bung, bung, bung, bung) Make him the cutest that I've ever seen (Bung, bung, bung, bung) Give him two lips like roses in clover Then tell him that my lonesome nights are over. Sandman, I'm so alone Don't have nobody to call my own Please turn on your magic beam Mister Sandman, bring me a dream. Mister Sandman, bring me a dream Make him the cutest that I've ever seen Give him the word that I'm not a rover Then tell him that my lonesome nights are over Find more lyrics at ※ Mojim.
The Chordettes - Never On A Sunday. Download MP3. MP3 320Kbps, . Mb MP3 64Kbps, . 4 Mb. The Chordettes.
The Chordettes 16 -Never On A Sunday. The Chordettes Mr. Sandman. Sandman (Squeak E Clean and Desert Eagles Club Classic) fixed! 03:10. The Chordettes Lollipop (1958).
Produced by Archie Bleyer. Album Mr. Sandman, I Don’t Wanna See You Cryin’. Mr. Sandman bring me a dream Make him the cutest that I’ve ever seen Give him two lips like roses and clover Then tell him that his lonesome nights are over. Sandman, I’m so alone Don’t have nobody to call my own Please turn on your magic beam Mr. Sandman, bring me a dream. Sandman, bring me a dream Make him the cutest that I’ve ever seen Give him the word that I’m not a rover Then tell him that his lonesome nights are over
Album: 20 Greatest Hits. Never On Sunday:The Chordettes. G5 D5 Oh, you can kiss me on a Monday, a Monday, a Monday, G5 is very, very good. D5 Or you can kiss me on a Tuesday, a Tuesday, a Tuesday, G5 in fact, I wish you would. D5 Or you can kiss me on a Wednesday, a Thursday, a. G5 Friday, and Saturday is best. D5 But never, ever on a Sunday, a Sunday, a Sunday, G5 cause that's my day of rest. CHORUS: D5 G5 D5 Most any day, you can be my guest. C5 D5 G5 Any day you say, but my day of rest
Sandman" (sometimes rendered as "Mister Sandman") is a popular song written by Pat Ballard which was published in 1954 and first recorded in May of that year by Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra and later that same year by The Chordettes and The Four Aces. The song's lyrics convey a request to "Mr. Sandman" to "bring me a dream" – the traditional association with the folkloric figure, the sandman
Sandman" was written by song-writer Pat Ballard and first recorded by The Chordettes. It became the first hit for them, staying at for an amazing seven weeks in 1954 and launching their career. The Chordettes eventually went on to peek into the Top-40 nine times total. The Chordettes were Jinny Osborn, Nancy Overton, Lynn Evans and Carol Buschmann. This song is an excellent example of their main form, singing close harmony a cappella with minimal accompaniment
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Written-By – Pat Ballard
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Written By – Hadjidakis - TowneWritten-By – B. Towne*, M. Hadjidakis*
- Record Company – Barnaby Records
- Published By – E. H. Morris & Co.
- Published By – Unart Music
- Manufactured By – Quality Records Limited
- Pressed By – Quality Records Limited
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- Matrix / Runout (A-Side etched runout): GC-369-A Qu
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side etched runout): GC-369-B Qu
- Rights Society (A-Side): BMI
- Rights Society (B-Side): ASCAP