Connie Francis - Who's Sorry Now album
Who's Sorry Now? is the first studio album recorded by U. S. Entertainer Connie Francis. By 1957, none of Connie Francis' first nine solo singles had charted. Her duet single with Marvin Rainwater, "The Majesty Of Love", b/w "You, my Darlin' You" had only been a minor hit, peaking at 93 (though it sold over one million copies). As a result of these failures, the managers at MGM Records had decided not to renew her contract after the last scheduled single release.
Producers Harry A. Myerson. Writers Benny Davis, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby & 3 more. More Connie Francis albums. The Singles Collection. Schöner fremder Mann Die Hit-Collection. Show all albums by Connie Francis. Who’s Sorry Now? About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space.
Who's sorry now Who's sorry now Whose heart is aching for breaking each vow Who's sad and blue Who's crying too Just like I cried over you. Right to the end Just like a friend I tried to warn you somehow You had your way Now you must pay I'm glad that you're sorry now. Converting/Cutting. Download for free and listen to Connie Francis - Who's Sorry Now. We have song's lyrics, which you can find out below.
Перевод текста песни Who's Sorry Now исполнителя (группы) Connie Francis. Connie Francis: Hava Nagila (Dance, Everyone, Dance!) I Will Wait for You. Schöner Fremder Mann. Who's Sorry Now. По популярности: Coldplay. Cranberries, The. Christina Aguilera (Кристина Агилера).
Who's Sorry Now?" was recorded in 1957 by Connie Francis, and since then the song has become closely identified with her due to the immense popularity of her version which was her breakout hit. Since 1955, Francis had recorded 20 sides for MGM Records and only one ("The Majesty of Love") charted at all. Due to her near-complete failure as a recording artist, MGM informed her that her contract would end after one more disc
Who's Sorry Now?" is a popular song with music written by Ted Snyder and lyrics by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby. It was published in 1923, when Isham Jones took it to number three. Other popular versions in 1923 were by Marion Harris, Original Memphis Five, Lewis James, and Irving Kaufman. Who's Sorry Now?" was also featured in the Marx Brothers film A Night in Casablanca (1946), directed by Archie Mayo and released by United Artists