The End Of The World - Skeeter Davis - The End Of The World (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Paul Anka. Breaking Up Is Hard to Do. Neil Sedaka. The End of the World. Skeeter Davis. I Will Follow Him. Little Peggy March. Maria Elena. Bobby Bare. Al Hirt. Baby, the Rain Must Fall. Glenn Yarbrough. Make the World Go Away. Hank Cochran. Eddy Arnold. Somebody to Love. Darby Slick. Jefferson Airplane. Light My Fire. These Eyes. The Guess Who.
  2. "The End of the World" is a pop song written by composer Arthur Kent and lyricist Sylvia Dee, who often worked as a team. They wrote the song for American singer Skeeter Davis, and her recording of it was highly successful in the early s, reaching the Top-5 on four different charts, including #2 on the main Billboard Hot It spawned many cover versions.
  3. The End of the World Lyrics: Why does the sun go on shining? / Why does the sea rush to shore? / Don't they know it's the end of the world? / 'Cause you don't love me any more / Why do the birds.
  4. I have the track on LP but no means of playing LP's now. It's a pop song done justice by a decent singer. There are many other stand out songs by Skeeter, not just "The End of the World", which always pops up in almost every collection. She had a good sound in the 60's and 70's and I am still a big fan/5(47).
  5. "The End of the World" was a beautiful, lyrical song popular in early "Gonna get along without you now" was popular as a crossover (I think) in , and "I can't stay mad at you," also a crossover about the same time. Skeeter Davis (a pretty woman) died in at The CD was released
  6. Comments: 7. Barry from Sauquoit, Ny On this day in {March 31st} Skeeter Davis' "End of The World" peaked at #2 {3 weeks} on Billboard's Hot Country Singles* chart, for it's first week at #2, the #1 record for that week was "Don't Let Me Cross Over" by Carl Butler, and for it's 2nd and 3rd week at #2, "Still" by Bill Anderson was in the top spot.
  7. Label: RCA Camden - CAS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Germany • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country Skeeter Davis - The End Of The World (Vinyl) | Discogs /5(9).
  8. "The End of the World" is a song that many listeners like to deride for its on-the-verge-of-sobbing sorrow, as if being left by someone is tantamount to the village getting massacred. Yet the melody is appealing, Davis's vocal suitably yearning, and the arrangement does indeed evoke a sad, barren landscape, of the sort where the sun is setting on an overcast day that has seen especially bad news.
  9. SKEETER DAVIS Vinyl Records and CDs. Although she had many hits, the song Skeeter Davis will always be remembered for is "The End of the World," a Country Pop crossover hit that sounded as much like Lesley Gore as it did Patsy Cline. When people talk about "the Nashville Sound," they're talking about the string-heavy quasi-country that was Davis' music -- but that's not necessarily a bad thing, as .

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