A Love So Beautiful (Chinese spinoff). Put Your Head On My Shoulder Special Episode (Chinese side story). The storyline was not extreme and was one that guided the audience through the life of the main character's love story. Hope you enjoyed, and thank you for reading! Ciao for Now!
Put Your Head On My Shoulder 69. Just In Time 70. I'm Sorry 71. In Dreams 72. The Girl From Ipanema 73. The Shadow Of Your Smile (Love Theme from "The Sandpiper") 74. Starbright 75. Conversations In The Wind 76. Windmills 77. This Girls In Love With You 78. Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head 79. It's A Lovely Day Today 80. Only You 81. I'd Cry Like A Baby 82. What Kind Of Fool Am I 83. If I Ruled The World 84. A Time For Us (Love Theme from the Film "Romeo And Juliet") 85. Can't Help Lovin' That Man Of Mine 86.
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Don't Talk (Put Your Head on My Shoulder)" is a song written by Brian Wilson and Tony Asher for the American rock band The Beach Boys. It is the fourth track on the album Pet Sounds. The song was demoed as a wordless chorale. The song is one of three tracks on Pet Sounds where Brian is the only Beach Boy performing. beat", Brian stated: "I felt very deeply about that line. One of the sweetest songs I ever sang
ASIAN TV Drama Put Your Head on My Shoulder. Name: Put Your Head on My Shoulder (2019). Other name: Zhi wo men nuan nuan de xiao shi guang.
Put Your Head on My Shoulder" is a song written by Canadian singer-songwriter Paul Anka. Anka's version was recorded in August 1958 and released as a single by ABC-Paramount in 1959 as catalog number 4510040. It was arranged and conducted by Don Costa. The B-side was "Don't Ever Leave Me". "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" became very successful, reaching number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100. (Kept of out the number one spot by Bobby Darin's recording of Mack the Knife).
Open in various software. A beautiful 60's ballad by Paul Anka. Several times, I replaced the background choir by the electric piano, I think this sounds a bit better because I don't like Musescore's "Voice"-sound.
Put Your Head on My Shoulder sounds like a 1960s AM radio signal channeled through a harmonizer. The Lettermen take a crazy assortment of cover songs - the Doors, Jeannie C. Riley, Paul Anka - and whip them into a creamy nougat that is not as sweet as Ray Conniff but is definitely heading in that direction. If you pay attention to it, the album is unintentionally funny in spots because of its repertoire; if you tune it out, as it practically begs you to do, Put Your Head on My Shoulder percolates pleasantly in the background as if ready to accompany you on your next trip down the supermarket aisle.