Single by Brenda Lee. from the album Brenda, That's All. B-side. It's Never Too Late". Recorded in 1949, the notable Lennie Tristano contrafact "Wow" is based on the chord changes to You Can Depend on Me. It should not be confused with the song of the same name, "(You Can) Depend on Me," recorded by Smokey Robinson and The Miracles in 1959.
It's Never Too Late". 101. 100. - - - - - 49. Non-album track. Tell Me What It's Like" b/w "Let Your Love Fall Back On Me" (Non-album track). -" denotes releases that did not chart. - - - - "Christmas Will Just Be Another Lonely Day" b/w "This Time Of The Year" ("Winter Wonderland", also from the "Merry Christmas from Brenda Lee" album, was the B-side in the U. - - - - 25. 1998. Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" (re-release) b/w "Papa Noel" (Non-album track).
B. You Can Depend On Me. Written By – Carpenter, Dunlap, Hines. Brenda Lee. It's Never Too Late (7").
Album, 1960, MCA Records, Decca. 2. Weep No More My Baby. 4. Just Let Me Dream. 1. It's Never Too Late. Saber más. Speak to Me Pretty (Single). Single, 1961, Decca, Brunswick Records. Speak to Me Pretty.
Brenda Lee - It's Never Too Late (1961)Tom Smith. Bubbled under the Billboard Hot 100 at in March 1961. Prisoners songKENNETH L BUTLER. Brenda Lee "Do I Worry (Yes I Do)" From the album Brenda Lee - "All The Way" 1961 Oh when you come home late with. Songs of PrisonersThe Hiding Place. Brenda lee - someday (you'LL want me to want you)nancyfloressantos. Vor 4 years get along somehow.
Say it now while you can, whisper low, hold my hand It's Never Too Late to say "I love yo. Everywhere I go, everyone I know tells me you're still in love. So if they are right, please tell me tonight You'll always be my only love. Say it now while you can, whisper low, hold my hand It's Never Too Late to say "I love yo. I love you, oh yes, I love yo. .Correct these lyrics. Hottest Lyrics with Videos.
Original lyrics of It's Never Too Late song by Brenda Lee. Explain your version of song meaning, find more of Brenda Lee lyrics. I know it's true, I broke your heart. But I love you too much to part. It's never too late to say "I love yo.
Lawrence Welk, John Gary, Kieran Kane, The Chordettes, Chris Connor, Cheryl Ladd, Cilla Black, Trisha Yearwoood, Mark Lindsay, Delbert McClinton, Danny O'Keefe, Bonnie Raitt, Marcia Ball, Lee Clayton, Mac McAnally, Ray Charles, Carpenters, Melanie Safka, Sandra Humphries, Bobby Rydell, Tracy Nelson, Lena Horne, Vera Lynn, Max D. Barnes, Con Hunley, Marijohn Wilkin, Ella Fitzgerald, Blackwood Bros, Nancy Wilson, Living Voices, Living Strings . Some Of These DaysBaby FaceGood Man Is Hard To FindJust BecausePennies From HeavenToot Toot Tootsie GoodbyeBallin' That JackRock A Bye Your Baby With A Dixie MelodyPretty BabySide By SideBack In Your Own BackyardSt. Brenda Lee (-/5) 1 1. Decca DL-74039.
Darren is a rhythmic prodigy of sorts, his music could be stripped of all harmony and melody and would probably work based on the rhythmic interactions and drum tones alone. Less strictly Footwork influenced than his last Orange Milk album, ‘He’s Not Real’, ‘It’s Never Too Late To Say You’re Welcome’ is more expansive and colorful, mixing huge triplet kick drums against digital mallet tones and contrasting general-MIDI sounds. The diverse sound-pallet injects a sense of chance into club and Footwork templates, allowing each track to carve its own unique sonic space.
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|A||You Can Depend On Me
Written-By – Charles Carpenter, Earl Hines, Louis Dunlap
|B||It's Never Too Late
Written-By – Jimmy Seals*
- Manufactured By – Decca Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Decca Records Pressing Plant, Gloversville
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): (110,071)
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): (109,519)✤
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout, Stamped): 45 110071 6 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout, Stamped): 45 109519 5 1
|DS-214||Brenda Lee||It's Never Too Late (7")||Decca||DS-214||Japan||1961|
|12 231||Brenda Lee||You Can Depend On Me / It's Never Too Late (7", Single)||Brunswick||12 231||Germany||Unknown|
|31231||Brenda Lee||It's Never Too Late / You Can Depend On Me (7")||Decca||31231||Canada||1961|
|45-05849||Brenda Lee||It's Never Too Late/You Can Depend On Me (7", Mono)||Brunswick||45-05849||UK||1960|
|31231||Brenda Lee||It's Never Too Late / You Can Depend On Me (7", Single, Promo)||Decca||31231||US||1961|