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Kay Starr – Half a Photograph lyrics. I saw half of a photograph And it took my breath away; On that face on that photograph Was my love of yesterday
Katherine Laverne Starks (July 21, 1922 – November 3, 2016), known professionally as Kay Starr, was an American pop and jazz singer who enjoyed considerable success in the late 1940s and 1950s. She is best remembered for introducing two songs that became No. 1 hits "Wheel of Fortune" in 1951 and "(The) Rock and Roll Waltz" in 1955. Starr was successful in every field of music she tried, such as jazz, pop, and country; but her roots were in jazz
Lyrics for Half a Photograph by Kay Starr . It was only half a picture, There was still another part, But somebody tore that picture Like the way he tore my heart! Somewhere I'm on the other half; If you find it you will see That this half of that photograph Has a smile that he meant for me! It was only half a picture, There was still another part, But somebody, somebody tore that picture Like the way he tore my heart! Somewhere I'm on the other half; If you find it you will see That this half of that photograph Has a smile that he meant for me. Reportar un problema. Writer(s): BOB RUSSELL, HAL STANLEY.
Half a Photograph" is a popular song. The music was written by Harold Stanley, the lyrics by Bob Russell. The song was published in 1952 (or 1953; sources differ).
Produced by Richard Perry. Every time I see your face It reminds me of the places we used to go But all I've got is a photograph And I realise you're not coming back any more. I thought I'd make it The day you went away But I can't make it 'Til you come home again to stay-yi-yay-yi-yay. I can't get used to living here While my heart is broke, my tears I cried for you I want you here to have and hold As the years go by and we grow old and grey. Photograph was a major international hit for Ringo Starr, charting in 10 different countries, including hitting in the United States, Canada, and Australia. Co-written by Starr and his former band-mate, George Harrison. Harrison also appeared on the track, playing guitar and singing backing vocals. Photograph" Track Info. Written By Ringo Starr & George Harrison.
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|A||Half A Photograph
Written-By – Bob Russell, Harold Stanley
Written-By – Cole Porter
- Manufactured For – Telefunkenplatte G.m.b.H.
- Record Company – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Conductor – Harold Mooney*
NotesSide B - From The Musical "Can-Can".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): CAP 11444 X T
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): CAP 11443 X T
- Rights Society: Resco
|2464||Kay Starr||Half A Photograph / Allez-Vous-En (Shellac, 10")||Capitol Records||2464||US||1953|
|C-1151||Kay Starr||Half A Photograph / Allez-Vous-En (Shellac, 10")||Capitol Records||C-1151||Canada||1953|
|C 2464||Kay Starr||Half A Photograph / Allez-Vous-En (Shellac, 10")||Capitol Records, Telefunken||C 2464||Germany||Unknown|
|C 2464||Kay Starr||Half A Photograph (Shellac, 10")||Capitol Records||C 2464||US||Unknown|
|F2464||Kay Starr||Half A Photograph (7", Single)||Capitol Records||F2464||US||1953|