What About Me

Album: What About Me (1968)
Charted: 64
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  • Hey, hey, hey, what about me
    I've got some feelin's on my mind too
    Hey, hey, hey, what about me
    I'd like to have a song to sing to.

    Please let me in where you're singin' your song
    And I'll just sit quiet, I won't try to sing along
    You've got the warmest place tat I've ever found
    Please let me in and I won't make a sound.

    Hey, hey, hey, what about me
    I've got some feelin's on my mind too
    Hey, hey, hey, what about me
    I'd like to have a song to sing to.

    But don't you ask me to give you a song
    I won't know the words to use, I won't know where they belong
    But if you give me one of yours I will make it my own
    And it would be the sweetest song that I have ever known.

    Hey, hey, hey, what about me
    I've got some feelin's on my mind too
    Hey, hey, hey, what about me
    I'd like to have a song to sing to.

    I'd like to have a song to sing to Writer/s: DINO VALENTI
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC , CARLIN AMERICA INC , Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn this day in 1973 {June 17th} "What About Me" by Anne Murray peaked at #2 {for 2 weeks} on Billboard's Easy Listening chart, for the two weeks it was #2, the #1 record for both those weeks was "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" by Bette Midler...
    As noted above, "What About Me" reached #64 on Billboard's Top 100 chart...
    From 1970 to 1987, the Springhill, Nova Scotia, Canada native had forty-one records on the Easy Listening/Adult Contemporary chart, nineteen made the Top 10 with eight reaching #1 ...
    One of her forty-one charted records was a duet with Dave Loggins, "Nobody Loves Me Like You Do", it reached #10 in 1984...
    Anne Murray, born Morna Anne Murray, will celebrate her 76th birthday in three days on June 20th, 2021.
    And from the 'For What It's Worth' department, the remainder of the Easy Listening Top 10 on June 17th, 1973:
    At #3. "My Love" by Paul McCartney and Wings
    #4. "Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)" by George Harrison
    #5. "Kodachrome" by Paul Simon
    #6. "You'll Never Get To Heaven (If You Break My Heart)" by The Stylistics
    #7. "And I Love You So" by Perry Como
    #8. "Daniel" by Elton John
    #9. "Yesterday Once More" by The Carpenters
    #10."Behind Closed Doors" by Charlie Rich

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