Dionne Warwick - Let Me Be Lonely album FLAC
Dionne Warwick discography. Dionne Warwick discography. 1968 - Released as a single following the departure of Warwick from her label, Scepter Records. The song first appeared on Warwick's 1966 album entitled Dionne Warwick in Paris "It's All Over" (with Blue System).
Oh, let me be lonely I've gotta be someone he's proud To come home to some happy day What a day that will be. I wanna be there, be there by the door When he comes back to me If I deceive him even once, I couldn't face him Oh, I know I couldn't face him. If I give in to loneliness And hold you tight All through the night. Oh, let me, let me be lonely 'Cause I love him only Oh, let me be, oh, let me be Let me be lonely
Soulful, an album by Dionne Warwick, was released in 1969 on Scepter Records. It was the first of Warwick's Scepter albums that did not directly involve her longtime production and songwriting team of Burt Bacharach and Hal David being produced by Warwick and Chips Moman and comprising covers of Soul or what were considered Soul-influenced Pop songs designed to showcase Warwick as more of an R&B singer than had her collaborations with Bacharach and David.
The song 'Let Me Be Lonely' by Dionne Warwick has a tempo of 92 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Valley of the Dolls'. Oh, let me be lonely I wanna be faithful and honest And true to the one I love The one I love. Top Songs Dionne Warwick.
Hidden Gems: The Best of Dionne Warwick, Vol. 2. Rhino.
Dionne Warwick – Do You Know The Way To San José, Let Me Be Lonely. Label: Scepter Records – SCE-12216. Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single. Arranged By, Conductor – Burt Bacharach. Engineer – Ed Smith. Producer – Bacharach-David. Written-By – B. Bacharach - H. David.
Dionne Warwick lyrics - 293 song lyrics sorted by album, including "That's What Friends Are For", "I'll Never Love This Way Again", "I'll Never Fall In Love Again". album: "Make Way For Dionne Warwick" (1964). A House Is Not A Home People (They Long To Be) Close To You The Last One To Be Loved Land Of Make Believe Reach Out For Me You'll Never Get To Heaven (If You Break My Heart) Walk On By Wishin' And Hopin' I Smiled Yesterday Get Rid Of Him Make The Night A Little Longer. album: "The Sensitive Sound Of Dionne Warwick" (1965). For The Rest Of My Life Let Me Be Lonely Where Would I Go Walking Backwards Down The Road. album: "Promises, Promises" (1968). Promises, Promises This Girl's In Love With You Little Green Apples Where Is Love Who Is Gonna Love Me Whoever You Are, I Love You Where Am I Going Wanting Things Lonely In My Heart Yesterday I Heard The Rain.
|B||Let Me Be Lonely||3:35|
|B||Let Me Be Lonely||3:35|
NotesLabel variant, double B side promo
same track and label on both sides
|INT.80 133, INT. 80133||Dionne Warwick||Do You Know The Way To San Jose (7", Single)||Disques Vogue, Scepter Records, Disques Vogue||INT.80 133, INT. 80133||France||1968|
|STU 42318||Dionne Warwick||Do You Know The Way To San Jose (7", Single)||Scepter Records||STU 42318||Denmark||1968|
|7N.25457||Dionne Warwick||Do You Know The Way To San Jose (7", Single, 4-p)||Pye International||7N.25457||UK||1968|
|SC 719||Dionne Warwick||Do You Know The Way To San José / Let Me Be Lonely (7")||Scepter Records||SC 719||Italy||1968|
|7N 25457, 7N 25457||Dionne Warwick||Do You Know The Way To San Jose (7", Single, Promo)||Pye International, Pye International||7N 25457, 7N 25457||UK||1968|