I Love How You Love Me

Album: Golden Hits of the Paris Sisters (1961)
Charted: 5
  • I love how your eyes close whenever you kiss me
    And when I'm away from you I love how you miss me
    I love the way you always treat me tenderly
    But, darling, most of all I love how you love me.(love how you love me)

    I love how your heart beats whenever I hold you
    I love how you think of me without being told to
    I love the way your touch is always heavenly
    But, darling, most of all I love how you love me (love how you love me)

    (I love how your eyes close whenever you kiss me
    And when I'm away from you I love how you miss me)
    I love the way your touch is always heavenly
    But, darling, most of all I love how you love me (love how you love me)

    I love how you hug me (love how you hug me)
    I love how you squeeze me, tease me, please me
    Love---how you love me
    I love how you love me.

Comments: 3

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyPer: http://www.oldiesmusic.com/news.htm
    Larry Kolber, co-writer of "I Love How You Love Me" (#5-1961 for the Paris Sisters and #9-1968 for Bobby Vinton) died* after a short illness at the age of 84. Larry, an original Brill Building composer, also wrote "Patches" (#6-1962 by Dickey Lee) and "Forget Me Not" (#12 in 1958 by the Kalin Twins)...
    May he R.I.P.
    * Unable to find exact day of death on the internet...
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyPer: http://www.oldiesmusic.com/news.htm
    It's been learned that Albeth Paris (Grass), alto singer and oldest member of the Paris Sisters, died December 5th, 2014. The San Francisco native was most likely in her upper '70s. Most recently she had been handling Publicity for the Coachella Valley, California Repertory Theatre Company. Initially an "Andrews Sisters" clone, Albeth and her sisters Priscilla and Sherrell were the youngest group signed by Decca Records when they were inked to a contract in 1954. Despite singing with Gary Crosby and Frank Sinatra, they achieved little success. That is, until the girls came to the attention of producer Phil Spector, who signed them to Gregmark Records in 1961. Phil's production of their first single, "Be My Boy," was a modest hit (#56-1961) but their second record, "I Love How You Love Me" (#5-1961), not only was a big hit for the girls but established Phil's credentials as a producer. The patented "Wall of Sound" included eight over-dubbed violins. Yet the followup, "He Knows I Love Him Too Much," only reached #34 the next year and Phil began concentrating on other "girl groups" like the Ronettes and Crystals. The sisters appeared twice more in the lower reaches of the charts before disappearing completely in 1964. The group appeared in the British film, "It's Trad Dad" ("Ring A Ding Rhythm" in the U.S.) in 1962.
    May she R.I.P.
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn December 8th, 1968, "I Love How You Love Me" by Bobby Vinton peaked at #9 (for 3 weeks) on Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart, it stayed on the chart for 14 weeks...
    Eight years earlier on September 4th, 1961 the Paris Sisters entered the Top 100 with the original version; and on October 30th, 1961 it reached #5 (for one week) and spent 15 weeks on the Top 100...
    And in 1979 Lynn Anderson covered it, her version peaked at #10 on Billboard's Hot Country Singles chart.
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