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hangininthere

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My friend turned me on to this song by Bruce Springsteen a few days ago. 'If I Should Fall Behind'.

I had never heard it. Love it. Here are the lyrics first, then the video below them.

He sings different versions - an acoustic version, and others. This video is the version he and his wife Patti sang with an Irish twist in a Dublin concert.

"If I Should Fall Behind"

We said we'd walk together baby come what may
That come the twilight should we lose our way
If as we're walking a hand should slip free
I'll wait for you
And should I fall behind
Wait for me

We swore we'd travel darlin' side by side
We'd help each other stay in stride
But each lover's steps fall so differently
But I'll wait for you
And if I should fall behind
Wait for me

Now everyone dreams of a love lasting and true
But you and I know what this world can do
So let's make our steps clear that the other may see
And I'll wait for you
If I should fall behind
Wait for me

Now there's a beautiful river in the valley ahead
There 'neath the oak's bough soon we will be wed
Should we lose each other in the shadow of the evening trees
I'll wait for you
And should I fall behind
Wait for me
Darlin' I'll wait for you
Should I fall behind
Wait for me

 
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gb66

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Patti, That's a lovely video. I have one that I'd like to see posted but don't know how to do it. I've wanted to mention it in one of our song games but it didn't fit any of the categories.

It's called "Eres Tu" in Spanish, and also "Touch The Wind" I found it on a video of the Lawrence Welk Show by a singer named Anacani. She sang it in Spanish, but I know there was an English version in the '70's or '80's.
It was also recorded by a Spanish singing group called Mocedades.

It has a beautiful melody too. Eres Tu means "It Is You". I hope maybe you or someone can post it. Thanks GB
 

hangininthere

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That's You (Eres Tu)

Yes, that's you
Every wonderful sensation
Yes, it's true
The touch of love in the night, that's you

A promise of laughter
That is you, that is you
Sun in the morning on a mountain
The green of a meadow in the soft summer dew
Oh yes, oh yes, that is you

You are the love song
Yes you are, yes you are
The silvery music of a fountain
The sensual whisper of a mellow guitar
Oh yes, oh yes, that is you

Yes, that's you
Every wonderful sensation
Yes, it's true
The touch of love in the night is you

The love of my lifetime, you will be, you will be
The lingering rainbow I will follow
The greatest adventure in the world for me
Oh yes, oh yes, you will be

Yes, that's you
Every wonderful sensation
Yes, it's true
The touch of love in the night, that's you

Yes, that's you
Every wonderful sensation
Yes, it's true
The touch of love in the night, that's you

Yes, that's you
Every wonderful sensation
Yes, it's true
The touch of love in the night, that's you


Here's an English version done by Amaya Uranga, lead singer of Mocedades from 1967 - 1984. It has the lyrics on the video.


Spanish version by Mocedades.

 
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gb66

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These are the lyrics to the Ray Conniff version.

Lyrics

Eres Tu!
Every wonderful sensation
Yes...it's true!
The touch of love in the night, that's you!

A promise of laughter, that is you, that is you
Sun in the morning on a mountain
The green of a meadow in the soft summer dew
Oh yes, that's you Eres Tu!

Eres Tu!
Every wonderful sensation
Yes... it's true!
The touch of love in the night, that's you!

The love of my lifetime you will be, you will be
The lingering rainbow I will follow
The greatest adventure in the world for me
I know that's you Eres Tu!

Eres Tu!
Every wonderful sensation
Yes ... It's true!
The touch of love in the night, that's you.

Oh Eres Tu! Every wonderful sensation
Yes...it's true!
The touch of love in the night, that's you!

Love in the night, that's you! Eres Tu.
 
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rockgor

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Hi Kids

Just listened to Perry sing Eres Tu. (Translation: Air is two.) I'd forgotten all
about that great old tune. Thanks for posting.

Rock
 

ConfusedInPA

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HI y'all,

Have y'all listened to the RAY CONIFF version of Eres Tu:


I LOVE ERES TU! I actually still have the 45 rpm. Side A is the Spanish version, Side B is English, both by Mocedades, 1973. (As Patti posted above.)

I'm a fan of Springsteen. Been listening to his music since 1975 or so. :)

Here's a song by Patti Scialfa (Bruce's wife) that I like... (I enjoy her music too!):

AS LONG AS I CAN BE WITH YOU


They say there's a light
Through darkness shines
If two hands protect that light
Against the change of time
You can have your gold and silver
Build your kingdoms high
But it's just one of those things baby
That money can't buy
So I don't care where we go baby
I don't care what we do
As long as I can be with you

I've been lost
And I've been found
Been lifted up to the gates of heaven
And put back down
I've walked in chains baby
And I've walked free
But I never walk the way that I do
When you walk with me
So I don't care where we go baby
I don't care what we do
As long as I (as long as I) can be with you

Whoah, whoah, whoah
Whoah, whoah, whoah
Sha na na na na
Sha na na na na
Sha na na na na na na
Sha na na na na
Sha na na na na
Sha na na na na na na

Well maybe I'm just a foolish girl
'Cause I always thought the right kiss
Could wash away some sins of the world
Wash away those sins baby and go walkin' free
'Cause that's just how I feel darlin'
When you walk with me
So I don't care where we go baby
I don't care what we do
As long as I (as long as I) can be with you
As long as I (as long as I) can be with you

Whoah, whoah, whoah, whoah
Whoah, whoah, whoah
Sha na na na na (whoah)


Great thread!

Diane, smiling and listening to tunes :)
 
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gb66

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Diane, The Ray Conniff version is the one I've been searching for. Thanks! They are all beautiful. Spanish and English. My favorites are Ray Conniff, Perry Como and one that was by Anacani and the Lawrence Welk orchestra. I listened to it first yesterday. She sings in Spanish, lovely voice. GB
 
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gb66

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I'm confused, it seems there are 3 versions with 3 different lyrics.

Okay, rest up, GB.

We'll work on it another time when you feel up to it.

Once we get it right, we can delete all our searching instruction posts and just have your original request and the videos we decide on.

Patti

Patti, I deleted all my posts that were in the middle. I left the first and last ones. If you want to delete anything it's fine by me. My favorite videos are Ray Conniff, Perry Como, and Anacani. Anyone else have favorites? GB
 

hangininthere

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Reposting Diane's Ray Conniff version of Eres Tu, since the one she posted got deleted from YouTube.


And here's a beautiful rendition of 'Unchained Melody'.

 
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rockgor

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Hi Patti

A very nice version of Unchained Melody with the pan flute. I used to play the transverse
flute in the High School Band. It was a few years ago that I came across a reference to the
transverse flute. Never had heard of such a thing. A little research showed it was just another
name for the standard flute I had played 60 some years earlier.

Anyhoo the fellow in the video was an artist. I was lau-zay as zee French zay.

Here's John Gary singing an old favorite from Broadway. John made about 20 LPs.
I used to have all of them.

And here's a song that is generally known as the French song. It was recorded by Lucile
Starr as well as the Sandpipers in the 60s. Quand le soleil dit bonjour aux montagnes.
Je suis seule, je ne veux penser qu'a toi.

Despite the French lyrics, somebody posted on Youtube that the song originally came
from Germany. A lovely melody in any case.

Rock


 

rockgor

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Hi Kids

Here is another singer from the days when singers had voices. Jane Morgan was born in
Massachusetts but lived and performed in France before becoming a big star in the U.S.
She had several gold records. A shame she never appeared in any movies.

Rock


 

rockgor

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Hi Kids

Remember The Seekers from the 60s? They were from Australia and became famous in 1966
when they recorded Georgie Girl for the movie of the same name. The group had hit songs
in Australia (their home), the United Kingdom, and the USA. Despite their success they
broke up after only 6 years. Thirty years later they reunited.

The melody in the video is from a Russian song about Stenka Razin who led a rebellion
against the Tsar in the 17th century. Tom Springfield wrote hits for his sister Dusty and
for the Seekers. He wrote new lyrics for the old melody. You can see part of the Russian
version and the Seekers (both young and old) in this video.

Rock


 

rockgor

Well-Known Member
Hi Folks

Remember the movie Born Free? Here is its theme song sung by Matt Monro, another singer
from the era of beautiful voices. The song won an Academy Award (1966).

Rock

 

hangininthere

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My mom used to sing this to our first beloved family cat we found as a tiny stray when I was about 9 years old. She sang it like the kitty were singing it, thankful to be found. And, as every pet lover knows, we ourselves are rescued by their sweet love as well.

 
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