Falling

Album: Midnight Light (1978)
Charted: 13
  • I think about winter when I was with her
    And the snow was fallin down
    Warmed by the fire I love bein by her
    When there's no one else around

    And I'm fallin' woah, I'm fallin'
    I'm fallin' in love with you

    I think about summer my head was swimmin
    You wrote my name in the sand
    We walked together hopin forever
    Please don't let go of my hand

    Cause I'm fallin', woah, I'm fallin'
    I'm fallin' in love with you

    The fall and the springtime were like in between time
    You're here and then you're gone away
    Woah I just wanted to say
    Won't you please, please stay
    Cause I'm fallin', woah, I'm fallin'
    I'm fallin' in love with you

    In love with you
    In love with you Writer/s: MALIKA FERGUSON, OLIVER MARK DICKINSON, JAMES ALEXANDER DAVID, RALPH ESKRIDGE, CLARENCE JOHNSON, EMMA DILLON, ROMAN HARRIS, RANDOLPH MURPHY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Ultra Tunes, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 7

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn October 9th 1977, "Falling" by Lenny LaBlanc and Pete Carr entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #87; and twenty-four weeks later on March 26th, 1978 it peaked at #13 {for 1 week} and spent over a half-year on the Top 100 {28 weeks}...
    It reached #11 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary Tracks chart...
    The duo had two other records make the Top 100 chart; "Something About You" {peaked at #48 in 1977} and "Midnight Light" {reached #91 in 1978}.
  • Dave from Wheaton, IlDid Lenny LeBlanc sing the verses on it? Please let me know. Thanx! Also, did Pete sing the high harmony in the chorus?
  • Mike from Santa Barbara, CaIt's a simple and beautiful song. The kind which can state how overwhelming first love can be.
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyIn 1963 Roy Orbison charted with a completely different record titled "Falling"; it peaked at No. 22!!!
  • Rob from Fredericton, NbOddly enough, I listen to music from just about every decade and every genre. This one, although heard before, was unfortunately forgotten. While going through a compilation disc on my computer, I ran across this song not realizing anything about the title or the artist(s) and when the chorus kicked in...I heard it before. If there was anything that made this song so beautiful was the chorus's rhythm. It's definitely a song you can take a sigh of ease with and feel a sense of calm. The best part of this song that makes it such a great love song is when you play that with your loved one in your arms. Definitely noted as one of my favourite love songs ever created.
  • Brent from Idaho Falls, IdRachelle, whever you are in life, I will always think of you whenever I hear this song. You were the love that got away...
  • Nanciellen from East Weymouth, Maso pretty.
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