Be Near Me
by ABC

Album: How to Be A... Zillionaire! (1985)
Charted: 26 9
  • The message is perfectly simple
    The meaning is clear
    Don't ever stray too far
    And don't disappear
    No don't disappear

    Ever had the feeling almost broke in two?
    Said that you were leaving like you do you do?
    All my dreams came true last night
    All my hopes and fears
    All my dreams came true once more
    In tears in tears

    Be near me Be near Be near

    Never had that feeling until I first me you
    Never felt I like kneeling now I do, yes I do
    All my dreams came true last night
    All my hopes and fears
    All my dreams came true once more
    In tears in tears

    Be near me Be near Be near

    What's your reputation?
    Ecstasy!
    What's you destination?
    Next to me
    Writer/s: MARK WHITE, MARTIN FRY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn March 8th 1986, ABC performed "Be Near Me" on the Dick Clark ABC-TV Saturday-afternoon program 'American Bandstand'...
    Four months earlier on November 3rd, 1985 it peaked at #9 {for 2 weeks} on Billboard's Top 100 chart and on September 22nd, 1985 it reached #1* {for 2 weeks} on Billboard's Hot Dance Club Play chart...
    And on the same 'Bandstand' show the group also performed "How To Be A Millionaire", at the time the song was at #25 on Billboard's Top 100 chart, two weeks later it would peak at #20 {for 1 week} and it spent thirteen weeks on the Top 100...
    It reached #4 on Billboard's Hot Dance Club Play chart...
    Besides the above two song, the British group had five other Top 100 records, "Poison Arrow" {#25 in 1982}, "The Look of Love" {#18 in 1982}, "That Was Then But This Is Now" {#89 in 1983}, "Vanity Kills" {#91 in 1985}, and "When Smokey Sings" {#5 in 1987}...
    * Besides "Be Near Me", they had two other #1 records on the Hot Dance Club Play chart, "The Look of Love" for 1 week in 1982 and "When Smokey Sings" for 2 weeks in 1987.
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