A Song for You is the fourth studio album by American music duo the Carpenters, released on June 22, 1972. According to Richard Carpenter, "A Song for You was intended to be a concept album (of sorts) with the title tune opening and closing the set and the bookended selections comprising the 'song'. A Song for You was written by songwriter Leon Russell. In Cash Box's Top 100 Albums of 1972, A Song for You was ranked number 26.
Lyrics to "A Song For You" song by The Carpenters: I've been so many places in my life and time I've sung a lot of songs I've made some bad rhyme I've. I love you in place where there's no space or time I love you for in my life you are a friend of mine And when my life is over remember when we were together We were alone and I was singing this song for you We were alone and I was singing this song for you. Submit Corrections. Thanks to Juan Ortiz for correcting these lyrics. Writer(s): leon russell. C. The Carpenters Lyrics. album: "A Song For You" (1972).
A Song for You is the fourth album released by Carpenters, released on June 22, 1972. In Cash Box's Top 100 Albums of 1972, A Song for You was ranked number 2. .The album also included the Carpenters' version of the Academy Award nominated title song from the 1971 film Bless the Beasts and Children, which had already charted at number 67 on the Hot 100 as the flip side of the duo's version of "Superstar". The album's biggest hit single, the number one smash "Top of the World", was not issued until over a year after the album's release.
A Song for You is the fourth studio album by American music duo Carpenters, released on June 22, 1972. It's Going to Take Some Time. Six songs were released as A-side singles internationally: "Hurting Each Other", "It's Going to Take Some Time", "Goodbye to Love", "Top of the World", "I Won't Last a Day Without You", and "Bless the Beasts and Children". Tony Peluso, the Carpenters' guitarist who made his debut on their 1972 album A Song For You, is heard as a radio DJ throughout the medley, which includes such songs as "The End of the World", "Dead Man's Curve", "Johnny Angel", and "One Fine Day". Yesterday Once More (song) Tony Peluso The Carpenters Dead Man's Curve (song) Ticket to Ride (album).
A Song for You (1972)A Song for You1972. Singles from Carpenters. For All We Know" Released: January 15, 1971. Rainy Days and Mondays" Released: April 23, 1971. Superstar" Released: August 12, 1971. The Carpenters released their version as a single in January 1971. Later that year, the Carpenters performed it on The Andy Williams Show, with Karen in a lacy outfit with a blue background.
Top of the World (The Carpenters song). Top of the World" is a 1972 song written and composed by Richard Carpenter and John Bettis and first recorded by American pop duo Carpenters. It was a Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hit for the duo for two consecutive weeks in 1973.
from album: A Song For You (1972). I've been so many places in my life and time. I've sung a lot of songs I've made some bad rhyme. I've acted out my love in stages. With ten thousand people watching
Following on the heels of the wildly successful Close to You, Carpenters features more breezy melodies marked by rich arrangements and beautiful lead vocals, courtesy of siblings Richard Carpenter and Karen Carpenter, respectively. The record is most notable for two of the duo's strongest and best-loved singles.
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