Andy Williams
Howard Andrew Williams (born December 3, 1927 in Wall Lake, Iowa, died September 26, 2012), known as Andy Williams, is an American pop singer. He first performed in a children's choir at his local Presbyterian church. Williams and his three older brothers Bob, Dick, and Don, formed a quartet, the Williams Brothers, in the late 1930s. The brothers performed on radio in the Midwest, first at WHO in Des Moines, Iowa, and later at WLS in Chicago and WLW in Cincinnati.
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Andy Williams
Howard Andrew Williams (born December 3, 1927 in Wall Lake, Iowa, died September 26, 2012), known as Andy Williams, is an American pop singer. He first performed in a children's choir at his local Presbyterian church. Williams and his three older brothers Bob, Dick, and Don, formed a quartet, the Williams Brothers, in the late 1930s. The brothers performed on radio in the Midwest, first at WHO in Des Moines, Iowa, and later at WLS in Chicago and WLW in Cincinnati.
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Into the Sky (Single Edit)
Here's my latest single, released on 11/11/2023. I hope you enjoy it. Into the Sky (Lyrics): (Aaaaah, for loving you) Reflecting on the past The chance has come at last To say the things I never told you And, thinking out aloud I’m really very proud And grateful for the years I’ve known you You were there for me A rock in stormy seas A shelter from the wind and rain A loving hand to hold Protecting from the cold And shielding from a world of change And now, my love, we say goodbye (say goodbye, we say goodbye) It’s time to fly into the sky (Into the sky, into the sky) Remembering the past And all the things that passed The treasured moments of our history Now, rolling through the years With all those souvenirs And photographs that tell our story We watched the seasons turn We learned to live and learn And prayed for guidance from above Sometimes we said too much And sometimes, not enough We can’t help who we love (I love you) And so, my love, we say goodbye (say goodbye, we say goodbye) It’s time to fly into the sky (Into the sky, into the sky) We wander on alone Along a winding road And bear a heavy load for loving For now, my love, we say goodbye (say goodbye, we say goodbye) It’s time to fly into the sky (Into the sky, into the sky) Unfold your wings and take to flight (Take to flight, now, take to flight) Into the sky ©2021 Carl James Fellows - Mastered by Mixea.commore
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Dancing with the Moon
A feel-good track about having a new lease on or zest for life and inspired by '80s pop overall-- in this case, particularly songs by Elton John and Patti LaBelle in the 1980's.more
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Way Back Home
A collaboration with the very talented Paul Sultana (https://slaps.com/paulsultana) in the gentle style of early 1970's John Denver Americana country-folk. It's all about getting back to the more meaningful, simpler things in life. We both hope you enjoy it. Lyrics: Will I ever get back to where I’m from Can we find our way back to where we belong To rolling hills and starry nights so bright Across a gentle stream and up to such great heights The misty mountain morning breeze The dew drops resting on the leaves There’ll never be a home like this one There’s plenty here for everyone Mothers, fathers, daughters, sons Are here to welcome you back home Are here to welcome you home Home where my roots are planted deep Where my mind is clear and heart is free Surrounded by the ones I love Each day’s a gift sent from above We’ve traded fields and trees for city lights The never-stopping, endless train of cheap delights The farms and fields are calling us back home We don’t need concrete on these dusty country roads The misty mountain morning breeze The dew drops resting on the leaves There’ll never be a home like this one There’s something here for everyone Ma’s, Pa’s and all their little ones Are here to welcome you back home Are here to welcome you back home They’re here to welcome you home Home where my roots are planted deep Where my mind is clear and heart is free Surrounded by the ones I love Each day’s a gift sent from above Home where my roots are planted deep Where my mind is clear and heart is free Surrounded by the ones I love Each day’s a gift sent from above Each day’s a gift sent from above Each day’s a gift sent from above Paul Sultana & Carlos Fandango 2023©more
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