9 thoughts on “ Ill Never Stop Loving You - Doris Day - Love Me Or Leave Me (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. “Love Me or Leave Me” was Doris Day’s biggest album ever. It was released in May, , made #1 on August 6, and remained #1 for the rest of the year (Billboard). It continued to sell well the following year and was a real sensation in its day. By April, Elvis would have both the #1 album and single and a new era was beginning.
  2. I'll never stop loving you Whatever else I may do My love for you Will live 'till time itself is through I'll never stop wanting you And when forever is through My heart will beat The way it does each time we meet The night doesn't question the stars That appear in.
  3. I'll never stop loving you Whatever else I may do My love for you Will live 'till time itself is through. I'll never stop wanting you And when forever is through My heart will beat The way it does each time we meet. The night doesn't question the stars That appear in the skies So why should I question the stars That appear in my eyes.
  4. It All Depends On You: A2: You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want To Do It) A3: Stay On The Right Side, Sister: A4: Mean To Me: A5: Everybody Loves My Baby (But My Baby Don't Love Nobody But Me) A6: Sam, The Old Accordion Man: B1: Shaking The Blues Away: B2: Ten Cents A Dance: B3: I'll Never Stop Loving You: B4: Never Look Back: B5: At Sundown: B6 /5(3).
  5. Love Me or Leave Me, an Album by Doris Day. Released 2 May on Columbia (catalog no. CL ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Film Soundtrack, Standards. Featured peformers: Percy Faith (conductor).
  6. Love Me or Leave Me is a Doris Day album based on the soundtrack of the film of the same name. It was released monaurally by Columbia Records as catalog number CL on May 2, , in both LP as well as EP formats and became her best-selling album to date, spending 28 weeks on the Billboard magazine album chart and reaching the #1 position.
  7. Title on spine: Doris Day In Songs From "Love Me Or Leave Me" Title on labels: Doris Day Love Me Or Leave Me From The Soundtrack Of The MGM Pictures "Love Me Or Leave Me" Doris Day sings ten songs made famous by Ruth Etting and two songs composed especially for the movie. The new songs are I'll Never Stop Loving You and Never Look Back/5(13).
  8. I'll Never Stop Loving You Lyrics: I'll never stop loving you / Whatever else I may do / My love for you / Will live 'til time itself is through / I'll never stop wanting you / And when forever is.
  9. May 18,  · “Love Me or Leave Me” was Doris Day’s biggest album ever. It was released in May, , made #1 on August 6, and remained #1 for the rest of the year (Billboard). It continued to sell well the following year and was a real sensation in its day. By April, Elvis would have both the #1 album and single and a new era was beginning/5(30).

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