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9 thoughts on “ Let It Be Me - Betty Everett & Jerry Butler - Let It Be Me (Vinyl)

  1. Let It Be Me Lyrics: I bless the day I found you / I want to stay around you / And so I beg you / Let it be me / Don't take this heaven from one / If you must cling to someone / Now and forever / Let.
  2. Jul 03,  · Let It Be Me:Jerry Butler And Betty Everett. #5 on BB Hot on VEEJAY Records in INTRO: F #1. Bb F Gm F I bless the day I found you, I want to stay around you. Eb Bb Eb Bb And so I beg you, let it be me. Bb F Dm7 Gm Don't take this heaven from one, if you must F cling to someone. Eb Bb Eb Bb Now, and forever, let it be me.
  3. And that you'll always, let it be me. [LET IT BE ME Written by: Mann Curtis, Pierred Delanoe & Gilbert Becaud Performed by: Betty Everett & Jerry Butler Appears on: Soulful Love Duets, Betty Everett With Jerry Butler, Malt Shop Memories: Save the Last Dance for Me (Various Artists), et al.].
  4. Betty Everett (November 23, – August 19, ) was an American soul singer and pianist, best known for her biggest hit single, the million-selling "Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss)", and her duet "Let It Be Me" with Jerry Butler.. Biography Early career. Everett was born in Greenwood, Mississippi, United States. She began playing the piano and singing gospel music .
  5. There are many great songs on this CD: Some of them are sung in duet with Jerry Butler; one of them is the title song "Let It Be Me" (made it to #5 in the U.S. charts in ). While listening to the album, I heard another song that I'd heard in the movie "Mermaids": "It's In His Kiss" (#6 in the U.S. , #34 in the UK )/5(6).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Let It Be Me on Discogs. Label: Vee Jay Records - VJ • Format: Vinyl 7 Betty Everett & Jerry Butler - Let It Be Me (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(6).
  7. May 27,  · Delicious TogetherBetty and Jerry. That was the name of the album Calvin Carter put together after Betty and Jerry hit with 'Let It Be Me' in However Pookie doesn't think many of the songs clicked. This one however did. Maybe because it's just a superb Curtis Mayfield tune, maybe because Betty and jerry could feel this one.

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