Who's Sorry Now

Album: Who's Sorry Now (1958)
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  • Who's sorry now
    Who's sorry now
    Whose heart is achin' for breakin' each vow
    Who's sad and blue, who's cryin' too

    Just like I cried over you
    Right to the end
    Just like a friend
    I tried to warn you somehow

    You had your way
    Now you must pay
    I'm glad that you're sorry now
    Right to the end

    Just like a friend
    I tried to warn you somehow
    You had your way
    Now you must pay

    I'm glad that you're sorry now
    I'm glad that you're sorry now... Writer/s: Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Ted Snyder
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 9

  • Liz Smith from Ol97qe Fantastic singer
  • Fred from NashvilleWho was in the band on the session?
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn February 15th 1958, "The Dick Clark Saturday Night Beechnut Show" debuted on the ABC-TV network...
    The show ran until September 10th, 1960 with a total of 104 original episodes...
    Guests on the first show were Connie Francis, Pat Boone, Chuck Willis, the Royal Teens, Johnnie Ray and Jerry Lee Lewis...
    Ms. Francis performed "Who's Sorry Now"; and twenty-three days earlier on January 23rd, 1958 she lip-sync it on Dick Clark's another ABC-TV program...
    {See next post below}.
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn January 23rd 1958, Connie Francis performed "Who's Sorry Now" on the ABC-TV program 'American Bandstand'...
    One month later on February 18th it entered Billboard's Top 100; eventually it peaked at #4 and spent 22 weeks on the Top 100...
    It also reached #4 on Billboard's R&B Singles chart...
    And on May 16th, 1958 it peaked at #1 (for 6 weeks) on the U.K. New Musical Express magazine chart...
    Ms. Francis, born Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero, celebrated he 75th birthday last month on December 12th (2013).
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyIn 1959 Connie Francis according to Billboard released a record were both sides made the Top Ten. "Lipstick On Your Collar" peaked at #5 while the flip-side, "Frankie" peaked at #9!!!
  • Mike from Franklin County, PaHere are the lyrics to the song Connie sings : " Who's sorry now ? ..Who's sorry now ? ..Who's heart is aching for breaking each vow ? Who's sad and blue ?..Who's crying too? ..Like I cry over you . Like in the end ..Just like a friend ..I'm gonna get to you some how . You had your way ..Now you must say ..I'm glad that you're sorry now. Like in the end..Just like a friend..I'm gonna get to you some how . You had your way..Now you must say..I'm glad that you're sorry now." (ends)
  • Mike from Franklin County, PaAlthough Connie Francis sang this song back in the 50s , it was really a popular song first sang and recorded during the Roaring - 20s ( 1920s ).
  • Connie from Brookings, SdI would like to contact Connie. My mother was a friend of hers / I was named after her. My mother's name was Velma Maxine ~ Connie Francis sang at my Uncle Wayn's club in Wisconsin, when I was growing up.
  • Andre from The Bronx, Ny"Who's Sorry Now" by Connie Francis is a song's song by a singer's singer!! It still sounds fresh as does Miss Connie still performing and still receiving standing ovations with that song ('among her other souveniers'). -- Dre
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