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Linda Lyrics

Artist: Ray Noble


LINDA
Ray Noble with Buddy Clark

When I go to sleep
I never count sheep,
I count all the charms about Linda.

And lately it seems
in all of my dreams,
I walk with my arms about Linda.

But what good does it do me for Linda
doesn't know that I exist?
Can't help feeling gloomy,
think of all the lovin' I've missed.

We pass on the street,
my heart skips a beat,
I say to myself, "Hello, Linda."

If only she'd smile,
I'd stop for a while
and then I would get to know Linda.

But miracles still happen
and when my lucky star begins to shine,
with one lucky break,
I'll make Linda mine.
Comments/Interpretations
by Deborah on 11/3/2008 4:47am
I just loved this song sung by Perry Como, but I can't find the song on any of Como's cd's.
by Judy on 2/22/2009 1:02pm
I am so old that, when I was a child, we bought a "Lyric" magazine that contained all the words to current hits. Do you know the name of this publication? Bet if I still had it - would be worth a lot !
by basil on 10/4/2009 5:38am
super
by Randall on 11/25/2009 9:38pm
Saw/heard this song sung by Dick Dale on the Lawrence Welk show a few years back (when it was in syndication). Always wanted to know the lyrics since I was a kid, but the tune was very familiar. Thanks for having the lyrics up for me to finally sing to!
by Linda Lou (Morgan) Gerace on 1/8/2010 10:30pm
My parents named me after this very popular song. She used to sing it to me as a lullaby.
by linda filby on 3/12/2010 7:05pm
Is ring tone free of charge? If it isn't, what does it cost. Please do not send until I approve.
by Linda on 6/16/2010 6:03pm
My mom sang this song to me all the time she has a great voice. I can still hear her singing this song when I was younger in my head Now I'm fifty!!!!
by Harry on 9/11/2010 10:38pm
Thanks for the publication of a great classic.
by Dr. Bill Gourd on 1/28/2011 8:17pm
since 1946, or when it was that I first heard it, whenever I hear Buddy Clark start the song, it's a sing-a-long for me. I'm right with him on the words.
by DIane on 4/21/2011 6:23pm
Where can I get a lead sheet for this song?
by Willie on 6/13/2011 11:59am
Who was the girl on th record with cllark.
by Linda Marie on 11/4/2011 10:33am
I was named after this song. Every time I meet someone named Linda, I know their approximate age. There aren't any young ladies with this name.
by linda on 11/6/2011 10:47pm
these are not the correct lyrics. go to amazon.com and pull up the album
Essential Perry Como 2
Jun 2006 click on linda and you will see the correct lyrics to the song
by Yet Another Linda on 6/8/2012 4:16pm
These are the correct lyrics for the song I remember. There was another song called "Linda" from a movie released about the same time, apparently. Don't know which song Como recorded.
by Bill Giordano on 8/2/2012 4:43pm
These are the right lyrics. I remember my Dad singing it when I was in 2nd grade and had a friend named Linda.
Jan and Dean recorded it too but did it as L-l-l-linda, same lyrics with the stutter.
by dennis on 8/15/2012 1:10pm
The magazine Judy refers to is most likely "Hit Parader" which was published by Charlton Publications in Cheshire CT, best known for reprinting the original long underwear super-heroes that became the templates for Watchmen.
by Gayle on 9/15/2012 3:45pm
When I was little, my uncle sang this song to my cousin, Lynda and I was jealous because there wasn't a song called "Gayle".
by Linda on 2/15/2013 6:14pm
I was named after this song... It was my fathers favorite in 1959
by Art on 9/4/2013 11:03am
At the baseball game last night, the lady sitting next to me said her name was Linda; and it immediately
started the lyrics running through my mind. I asked if she was old enough to know any of the popular romantic music of the late 40's.
when she said no, I sang it for her; which really pleased her to know of it.
by Thomas L. Fenton on 12/4/2013 6:09pm
How can so many people be so dumb?
The words to a single song is called the LYRIC, not lyrics.
The word lyrics is plural, and should only be used when referring
to more than one song.


not lyrics.


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