Connie Francis - I'm Gonna' Be Warm This Winter / Al Di La download mp3 album
I'm Gonna Be Warm This Winter" is a 1962 single by Connie Francis, released in that December to peak at on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the Cash Box Top 100. The song reached UK in December 2008 via a remake by Gabriella Cilmi titled "Warm This Winter". I'm Gonna Be Warm This Winter" was written by Mark Barkan with Hank Hunter. Hunter wrote several songs recorded by Connie Francis including her Top Ten singles "Second Hand Love" and "Vacation".
I'm Gonna Be Warm This Winter". It was also recorded by Italian-American singer Connie Francis in Italian in 1962, and she re-recorded it in a bilingual version later during the same year. Composer Donida is best known in America for writing "Uno Die Tanta," or "I (Who Have Nothing)". English lyricist Drake also wrote the lyrics for such songs as "Quando, quando, quando" and "Good Morning Heartache", and both the music and lyrics for "It Was a Very Good Year". In the United States, Emilio Pericoli is the artist most associated with the song.
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Watch the video for I'm Gonna Be Warm This Winter from Connie Francis's Gold for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Connie Francis (born 12 December 1938 in Newark, New Jersey, USA) is an American pop singer best known for international hit songs such as "Who's Sorry Now?," "Where The Boys Are", and "Everybody's Somebody's Fool". Born Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero in Newark's Italian Down Neck or Ironbound section of Newark, New Jersey neighbourhood, she is considered the most prolific and popular female rock 'n' roll hit-maker of the early rock era – the late 1950s to the early 1960s.
Listen to Connie Francis I'm Gonna Be Warm This Winter MP3 song. I'm Gonna Be Warm This Winter song from the album British Hits Of 1962, Vol. 10 is released on Feb 2013. The duration of song is 02:25. This song is sung by Connie Francis.
Each time your lips touch mine, They taste like sparkling wine I feel so warm a glow, Just 'cause I love you so It's cozy in your arms, I'm yours to have and to hold And I'm gonna be warm this winter
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|A||I'm Gonna' Be Warm This Winter
Written-By – Hunter*, Barkan*
|B||Al Di La
Written-By – C. Donida*, Ervin Drake, Mogol
- Manufactured By – Music-Box
NotesMade in Greece.
Issued in multicoloured splattered vinyl.
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- Rights Society: BIEM
|K13116||Connie Francis||I'm Gonna' Be Warm This Winter / Al Di La (7")||MGM Records||K13116||US||1962|
|13116X||Connie Francis||I'm Gonna' Be Warm This Winter / Al Di La (7", Single)||MGM Records||13116X||Canada||1962|
|MGM 9065||Connie Francis||I'm Gonna' Be Warm This Winter / Al Di La (7", Single)||MGM Records||MGM 9065||Greece||1962|
|MGM-5366||Connie Francis||I'm Gonna' Be Warm This Winter / Al Di La (7")||MGM Records||MGM-5366||Australia||1962|
|61 072||Connie Francis||I'm Gonna' Be Warm This Winter / Al Di La (7", Single)||MGM Records||61 072||Germany||1963|