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Wayne Newton - Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife / The Tip Of My Fingers flac album

Wayne Newton - Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife / The Tip Of My Fingers flac album
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Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife / The Tip Of My Fingers
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An everyday housewife who. Gave up the good life for me. The photograph album she. Takes from the closet and. Slowly turns the first page. And carefully picks up. The crumbling flower. Can't You Hear The Song? lyrics. The Hungry Years lyrics. The Little White Cloud That Cried lyrics.

Arranged By – Don PeakeWritten-By – Vincent, Newton. B3. Let Me Into Your Life. Arranged By – Don VincentWritten-By – Hotlin, De Angelis.

The photograph album she takes from the closet and slowly turns the page And carefully picks up the crumbling flower The first one he gave her now withered with age She closes her eyes and touches the housedress that suddenly disappears And just for a moment she's wearing the gown That broke all their minds back so many years Ah such are. the dreams. Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.

She is but an everyday housewife, wearing a housedress and living a mundane life. The days when she turned heads are long behind her. Many American woman could relate to the song, as the image of the happy housewife portrayed on TV shows and in magazines didn't always mesh with reality. Three different artists released this song in 1968: Campbell, Gary Puckett & The Union Gap, and Wayne Newton. In August that year, the Campbell and Newton versions battled on the Hot 100, with Newton's peaking at and Campbell's reaching Campbell's rendition also went to on the Country chart; it was released as the follow-up to his first country hit: "I Wanna Live" (written by John D. Loudermilk). Al DeLory produced this track

Wayne Newton recorded a version of the song which reached number 14 on the Easy Listening chart. Gary Puckett & The Union Gap released a cover version on their album Young Girl. Mike Minor also performed the song on episode 184 of Petticoat Junction, "The Ballad of the Everyday Housewife". The show first aired on January 4, 1969. The song was recorded by . lang, and it was included on the 2005 album, Music from and Inspired by Desperate Housewives.

He was born Carson Wayne Newton in Norfolk, Virginia, to Patrick Newton, an auto mechanic, and his wife, Evelyn Marie "Smith" (née Plasters). He is of Irish, German, and Native American ancestry (his mother is half Cherokee and his father is half Powhatan). When his father was serving in the . Dreams of the Everyday Housewife" and "Town & Country" (MGM, 1968). One More Time (MGM, 1968). Walking on New Grass (MGM, 1968).

Song Of The Year - Wayne Newton Style. Record sleeve is in great condition for its age. Record itself is also in great condition and plays beautifully.

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a Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife
Arranged By – Don PeakeProducer – Jim Vienneau
b The Tip Of My Fingers
Arranged By – Don VincentProducer – Jim Vienneau

Notes

B side label "The Tip Of My Fingers" on both sides

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
K-13955 Wayne Newton Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife ‎(7") MGM Records K-13955 US 1968
MGM 27 Wayne Newton Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife ‎(7", Single) MGM Records MGM 27 Australia 1968
K-13955 Wayne Newton Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife ‎(7") MGM Records K-13955 US 1968
K 13955 Wayne Newton Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife / The Tip Of My Fingers ‎(7", Single) MGM Records K 13955 US 1968
K 13955 Wayne Newton Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife ‎(7", Promo) MGM Records K 13955 US 1968