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Dear Lonely Hearts I'm a-writing to you You said you could help People looking for love. I've been so lonely I don't know what to do And that is why I'm writing this letter to yo. .It's no use living) When you're alone Please help me find A love of my own. If you know someone Please tell me who Dear Lonely Hearts I'd be so grateful to you (so grateful to you) . Dear Lonely Hearts" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
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Dear Lonely Hearts is a 1962 studio album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Belford Hendricks. The title track went to for two weeks on the Easy Listening charts and on the Hot 100. The LP peaked at on the Billboard album chart. Dear Lonely Hearts" (Bob Halley, . Miss You" (Charles Tobias, Harry Tobias) – 2:32. Why Should I Cry Over You?" (Chester Conn, Nathan "Ned" Miller) – 2:26. Near You" (Francis Craig, Kermit Goell) – 2:16.
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Album · 1962 · 12 Songs. More By Nat "King" Cole. See All. I Don't Want To Be Hurt Anymore.
Nat "King" Cole scored a Top 40 pop hit and a Top Ten easy listening hit with the Ray Charles-styled "Dear Lonely Hearts" in the fall of 1962, and he quickly went into the studio to cut this album of similar material to take advantage of its success. The theme was romantic longing, and the titles included "Miss You," "Why Should I Cry Over You?," "Oh, How I Miss You Tonight" and "Lonesome and Sorry"; the musical approach was rhythm-ballad, with strings and a prominent female chorus
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|A||Dear Lonely Hearts
Written-By – Bob Halley, Emil J. Anton
|B||Who's Next In Line?
Written-By – Clyde Otis, Van McCoy
|4870||Nat King Cole||Dear Lonely Hearts / Who's Next In Line? (7")||Capitol Records||4870||US||1962|
|F 4870||Nat King Cole||Dear Lonely Hearts (7", Single)||Capitol Records||F 4870||Denmark||Unknown|
|F 4870||Nat King Cole||Dear Lonely Hearts (7", Single)||Capitol Records||F 4870||Italy||1963|
|4870||Nat King Cole||Dear Lonely Hearts / Who's Next In Line? (7", Single)||Capitol Records||4870||Canada||1962|
|45-CL 15280||Nat King Cole||Dear Lonely Hearts / Who's Next In Line (7", Single, Promo)||Capitol Records||45-CL 15280||UK||1966|