Single by Jack Scott. from the album What in the World's Come Over You. B-side. Burning Bridges" is a song written by Walter Scott and performed by Jack Scott. It reached on the . pop chart, on the . R&B chart, and on the UK Singles Chart in 1960. It was featured on his 1960 album What in the World's Come Over You. The single's B-side, "Oh, Little One", reached on the . The song ranked on Billboard magazine's Top 100 singles of 1960. Other charting versions. Glen Campbell released a version which reached on the .
Scott's second gold disc winner. Scott continued to record and perform during the 1960s and 1970s. His song "You're Just Gettin' Better" reached the country charts in 1974. In May 1977, Scott recorded a Peel session for BBC Radio 1 disc jockey, John Peel. Scott had more US singles (19), in a shorter period of time (41 months), than any other recording artist – with the exception of The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Fats Domino and Connie Francis. Scott wrote all of his own hits, except one: "Burning Bridges. What in the World's Come Over You. "Burning Bridges" /. 3. 5.
Album Jack Scott, Volume 2: What Am I Living For, What In The World's Come Over You. What in the World's Come Over You Lyrics. What in the world's come over you? Seems we never get along (Ooh, ah, ah, ah) Every night I reminisce dreaming of your tender kisses
Written-By – Walter Scott (4). 2:40. B. Written-By – Jack Scott. Published By – Peer International Corp.
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