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Have You Ever Been Lonely? - Various - Female Vocalists Of The 1950s

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  1. You Belong To Me Lyrics Why Can't He Be You Lyrics South of The Border Lyrics You're Stronger Than Me Lyrics Pick Me up on Your Way Down Lyrics I'm Walking The Dog Lyrics Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray Lyrics That's My Desire Lyrics Have You Ever Been Lonely (Have You Ever Been Blue) Lyrics
  2. In the s, female vocalists were called girl singers. Using the word girl to refer to adult women did not have the pejorative connotation that it might have today. In many cases though, female vocalists did portray a girlish attitude and demeanor and the lyrics often suggested a young singer. It was a decade for women.
  3. The most familiar version of "Have You Ever Been Lonely?" is an electronically created "duet" featuring country music singers, Jim Reeves and Patsy Cline, who had both died in separate plane crashes (Cline in , Reeves in ) and had never recorded together during their lifetimes.B-side: "Welcome To My World" (Reeves).
  4. Have You Ever Been Lonely? – Jill Day: Holiday Affair: – Sheila Buxton: All I Do Is Dream Of You: – Ruby Murray: For Now, Forever: – Barbara Lynn: Hey There: – Jo Shelton: More More More Romancing: – Patti Lewis 4/4(1).
  5. Lyrics to Have You Ever Been Lonely (Have You Ever Been Blue) by Teresa Brewer from the Best of Teresa Brewer [Import] album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! R&B, musicals and novelty songs. She was one of the most prolific and popular female singers of the s, recording nearly songs.
  6. Watch the video for Have You Ever Been Lonely (Have You Ever Been Blue) from Patsy Cline's Sweet Dreams: Her Complete Decca Masters () for free, .
  7. Patsy Cline: Pro Vocal Series. Virginia Patterson Hensley (September 8, - March 5, ), known professionally as Patsy Cline, was an American country music singer who enjoyed pop music crossover success during the era of the Nashville sound in the early s.
  8. "I Really Don't Want to Know" (another transformed country-to-pop song) had stiffed at home, so Smash skipped it, opting to promote the third single, "Have You Ever Been Lonely (Have You Ever Been Blue)," a tune with lineage to Ernest Tubb, who had a C&W hit with it in early ' Sounding nearly identical to its predecessor, the song.
  9. Initial success in the s. Jim Reeves was a country music singer who had success early on in his career with hits such as "I Love You" (a duet with Ginny Wright), "Mexican Joe", and "Bimbo" which reached Number 1 on the U.S. Country Charts in

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