|Title:||Love Letters In The Sand - Pat Boone At His Best|
|Style:||Easy Listening, Rock & Roll, Ballad|
|Category:||Rock / Pop|
|Other format:||ASF DTS AAC AIFF DTS APE MIDI|
Album Pat’s Great Hits. Love Letters In The Sand Lyrics. On a day like today We passed the time away Writing love letters in the sand. How you laughed when I cried Each time I saw the tide Take our love letters from the sand. You made a vow that you would ever be true But somehow that vow meant nothing to you. Now my broken heart aches With every wave that breaks Over love letters in the sand. Love Letters In The Sand" Track Info. Written By Charles Kenny & Nick Kenny.
Pat Boone's version became a major hit in June and July 1957, spending 5 weeks at number one on the Billboard Top 100, with 34 weeks in total on the chart. Billboard ranked it as the No. 2 song for 1957. The song was used in Boone's film Bernardine. Boone did the whistling in the instrumental portion of the song as well. The song originally had a short instrumental introduction, but most versions begin with Boone's voice. Kenneth W. Griffin also released an organ discography in 1957, featuring the song, in his album, "Love Letters in the Sand"
During his career as a singer and composer, Pat Boone released 63 singles, mostly during the 1950s and early 1960s when Boone was a successful pop singer and, for a time, the second-biggest charting artist behind Elvis Presley according to Billboard. Boone has had over 25 singles reach the top 20 on the .
Watch the video for Love Letters in the Sand from Pat Boone's 16 Golden Classics for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Charles Eugene Patrick Boone (known as Pat Boone) (born June 1, 1934) is a singer whose smooth style made him a popular performer of the 1950s. View full artist profile.
Album: The Gold Collection, 2004. Love Letters in the Sand" written by J. Fred Coots, Nick Kenny. and Charles Kenny in 1931 and recorded by Pat Boone on the Dot label spent 5 weeks at number one on the Billboard Top 100 chart during June and July 1957. Pat Boone was the second biggest charting artist of the late 1950s, behind only Elvis Presley. He is best known for his covers of R&B songs by black artists. I do not own the right to the song, audio, or images contained in this video
Complete your Pat Boone collection. Bernardine, Love Letters In The Sand (7", Single). Pat Boone With Billy Vaughn And His Orchestra. Pat Boone With Billy Vaughn And His Orchestra - Love Letters In The Sand, Bernardine (7", Single). London Records, London American Recordings.
Album:The Best Of. Year:2001. A7 Em7 Gº D Bm G Writing love letters in the sand. Em6 Eº D Dm7 How you laughed when I cried. Em Em7 E7 Each time I saw the tide. A7 Em7 A7 D Gº D Take our love letters from the sand. D9 F You made a vow that you. Bm Bm7 Would always be true
Pat Boone - Love letters in the sand (1st Recording, 1957). 1957 HITS ARCHIVE: Love Letters In The Sand - Pat Boone ( 45 single version).
|1||Love Letters In The Sand||2:07|
|2||I Love You More And More Everyday||2:22|
|3||I Almost Lost My Mind||2:31|
|8||Ain't That a Shame||2:21|
|10||Don't Forbid Me||2:12|
|11||A Wonderful Time Up there||2:01|
|12||I Believe In Music||3:01|
|13||I'll Be Home||2:59|
|15||She Feels That Lovin' Feelin'||2:41|
|17||You Lay So Easy On My Mind||2:39|
|19||Where There's A Heartache||2:18|
|20||Poetry In Motion||2:33|