- Title:Teen-Age Crush / Goin' Steady
- Style:Rock & Roll
- Size FLAC version1981 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1708 megabytes
- Size WMA version1550 megabytes
- Formats:MIDI VQF AHX AA XM TTA AC3
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Companies, etc. Distributed By – CEMA Special Markets – COL 6338. Teen-Age Crush, Goin' Steady (7", RE). Underground Records (3). URC 1090.
Lyricist：Audrey Allison, Joe Allison. They call it a teen-age crush They don't know how I feel They call it a teen-age crush They can't believe this is real. They've forgotten when they were young And the way tried to be free All they say is, this young generation Is just not the way it used to be. I know that I know my own heart But you say, I'm trying to rush Find more lyrics at ※ Mojim. com Please, don't try to keep us apart Don't call it a teen-age crush
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album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for TEEN-AGE CRUSH ~ Tommy Sands (1957). TOMMY SANDS - Goin' Steady (1957) HQ Audio. 1988: Tommy Sands Teen Idols. Jimmie Rodgers - Honeycomb ( 1957 ). Chords: F B.
Steady Date with Tommy Sands is the 1957 debut album by American singer Tommy Sands. A double page advertising spread in April 13, 1957 issue of Billboard magazine described Sands as the "Hottest singer in the nation" and Steady Date with Tommy Sands as the "Hottest album in the nation".
Goin' Steady" opens up the album with Tommy squarely in the spotlight-which is quite all right by me! Tommy's excellent diction enhances his performance all the more-there's a fine backup chorus but Tommy never really needed it. "I Don't Know Why (I Just Do)" is a romantic, smooth love song that's just perfect for dancing all alone late at night in your living room with your sweetheart; and listen for Tommy to outdo even himself on "Too Young" and the classic "Teach Me Tonight. It was an auspicious beginning as the record, backed by the Bob Bain orchestra, peaked at 2 Billboard Pop Top 100 and 10 R&B b/w Hep Dee Hootie (Cutie Wootie). After that, however, it would be tough sledding with only two of his remaining 10 hit singles making the Top 40.
|URC 1090||Tommy Sands||Teen-Age Crush / Goin' Steady (7", RE)||Underground Records||URC 1090||Canada||Unknown|
|COL 6338||Tommy Sands||Teen-age Crush / Goin' Steady (7", RE)||Collectables||COL 6338||US||Unknown|