Oh yes, you're gonna learn I'm not the only one Whose heart will burn 'Cause someday, baby Someday darlin' You're gonna miss me Miss me, miss me, miss me Someday baby, someday darling You're gonna miss me Oh yeah. Rock ‘n’ Roll Million Sellers (1959) Connie Francis. Lipstick On Your Collar. You’re Gonna Miss Me. Tweedle Dee. I Almost Lost My Mind.
He got a plenty good lovin' plenty good kissin' Plenty good huggin' ah he’s so fine and he’s mine all mine He got a (plenty good) lovin' (plenty good) kissin' (Plenty good) huggin' yes indeed he’s all I need . Sam & Connie (Forever Together) 30 Classic Love Songs.
The flip-side of You're Gonna Miss Me was Plenty Good Lovin', the first time Connie had placed one of her own songs on a single. Just in time for Christmas 1959, MGM took the unprecedented step of releasing five Connie Francis albums at once. There was a Christmas album, a country album, an Italian album, a greatest hits album, and a collection of rock 'n' roll million-sellers. Truly something for everyone. From the rock 'n' roll album, we've taken Tweedle Dee, I Hear You Knockin', and the breakthrough hit for MGM labelmate Conway Twitty, It's Only.
Connie Francis – Plenty Good Lovin' lyrics. He got a plenty good loving Plenty good kissing Plenty good hugging He's so fine Now he's mine, all mine. I got a (plenty good) loving (Plenty good) kissing (Plenty good) hugging Yes, indeed, he's all I need. He don't have to own no hot rod car Or play rock and roll on a twanging guitar He don't have to look like a record star 'Cause he's got something that's better by far. He got a plenty good loving Plenty good kissing Plenty good hugging Yes, indeed, he's all I need, yeah . Write about your feelings and thoughts about Plenty Good Lovin'. Know what this song is about? Does it mean anything special hidden between the lines to you?
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30. You're Gonna Miss Me. 31. Plenty Good Lovin'. Disc: 2. Among My Souvenirs. Listeners will be surprised that Connie Francis, performing publicly under a stage father since the FDR administration, waited so long and patiently, abiding as a demo singer, before securing her major contract, aged 16(!) in 1955. By contrast, young Miss Brenda was signed to Decca the following year, aged 1. The first disc presents Concetta Franconero in Brill bubblegum mode, embarrassing but vastly entertaining. When I saw this album I was thrilled! There were so many more songs on it and also those two from my childhood. One person found this helpful.
Lyrics to You're Gonna Miss Me by Connie Francis from the Stupid Cupid: 50 of the Best Hits album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! . One kiss, one little sigh That's all you gave me When you said goodbye But someday, baby, someday, darling You're gonna miss me. Long gone is your caress And with it all my happiness But someday, baby, someday, darling You're gonna miss me Oh, oh, oh, yes. One of these nights You'll wake up crying But I won't be there to comfort you. You'll turn on the light But you'll go on crying 'Cause only my true love Can chase away your blues.