Catch Us If You Can

Album: Catch Us If You Can (1965)
Charted: 5 4
  • CATCH US IF YOU CAN
    The Dave Clark Five
    (Dave Clark / Lenny Davidson)

    Here they come again, mmmm-mm-mm
    Catch us if you can, mmmm-mm-mm
    Time to get a move on, mmmm-mm-mm
    We will yell with all of our might

    Catch us if you can
    Catch us if you can
    Catch us if you can
    Catch us if you can

    Now we gotta run, mmmm-mm-mm
    No more time for fun, mmmm-mm-mm
    When we're gettin' angry, mmmm-mm-mm
    We will yell with all of our might

    Catch us if you can
    Catch us if you can
    Catch us if you can
    Catch us if you can

    ------ Harmonica ------

    Here they come again, mmmm-mm-mm
    Catch us if you can, mmmm-mm-mm
    Time to get a move on, mmmm-mm-mm
    We will yell with all of our might

    Catch us if you can
    Catch us if you can
    Catch us if you can
    Catch us if you can Writer/s: CHARLIE PEACOCK, TODD CLARK, SARA CHRENOW, HILLARY SCOTT
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn August 18th 1965, the Dave Clark Five movie 'Having A Wild Weekend' had its premiere in the U.S.A
    Four months earlier in April 1965 when it had its world premiere in England it was titled 'Catch Us If You Can'…
    I'm going to be 70 years old in five months on January 15th, 2015; so I hope I can that as an excuse for my mistake in the post below…
    "Catch Us If You Can" entered the Top 100 on August 15th, 1965 not April 15th, 1965!
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn April 24th 1966, the Dave Clark Five performed "Catch Us If You Can" on the CBS-TV program 'The Ed Sullivan Show'...
    Eight months earlier on April 15th, 1965 it entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #62; and on September 19th it peaked at #4 (for 2 weeks) and spent 11 weeks on the Top 100...
    It reached #5 in the United Kingdom...
    Between 1964 and 1968 the quintet had twenty-four Top 100 hits; with eight making the Top 10 and one reaching #1 ("Over and Over" for 1 week in 1965)...
    Sadly, three of the five have passed away; lead singer & keyboard player Mike Smith (1943 - 2008), saxophonist Denis Payton (1943 - 2006), and bassist Rick Huxley (1940 - 2013)...
    May they R.I.P.
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