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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > Help to identify popular song from 1950s/60s?
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 Author: stuart20
go Posted: Nov 13 2017 - 09:56 AM
follow Subject: re: Help to identify popular song from 1950s/60s?
Your "reply" is a new request for info on a totally different song - and has nothing to do with my original song request, which you've now buried.

If you have a new inquiry, please start a new thread, rather than posting into an existing thread about a totally different tune.

I've listened to your YouTube clip and cannot identify your song, I'm afraid.

Author: emflopic
Posted: Nov 10 2017 - 09:30 AM
click Subject: re: Help to identify popular song from 1950s/60s?

There's a song featured in the movie "Where the Heart Is" with Natalie
Portman, in the scene of the wedding of the character of Ashley Judd. the
the song does not appear in the credits.

Does anyone know the title of this song? The words of the song are:

"Can't you see my head is reeling
There's so many things I'm feeling
Don't know what I'm thinking of, I'm so in love
Pardon me if I seem distant "

And that is all that is sung. Does anyone know the title of this song?

for reference appears in the minute 1:25:20

Thank you!!!
Author: stuart20
Posted: Nov 09 2017 - 06:14 PM
source site Subject: Help to identify popular song from 1950s/60s?
I wonder if anyone can name this popular song from the 1950s/60s. I should know it, but I just can't bring to mind the song title or lyrics. The attached FlashPiano melody is probably in the wrong key, but I think the notes and timings are just about right.
Thanks, Stuart.

b1-420 a1s-267 b1-448 d1-3593 b1-485 a1s-278 b1-437 e2-3554 b1-449 a1s-258 b1-602 e2-1236 b1-447 a1s-309 b1-403 d2-949 b1-1063 g1-446 f1s-268 g1-900 e1-507 g1-620 e1-385 g1-683 f1s-638 e1-666 d1
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