|A||Listen To Me
Written By – Tony Hazzard
|B||Do The Best You Can|
|R 5733||The Hollies||Listen To Me / Do The Best You Can (7", Single)||Parlophone||R 5733||Norway||1968|
|MOL 23||The Hollies||Listen To Me (7", Single)||Parlophone||MOL 23||Lebanon||1968|
|R 5733||The Hollies||Listen To Me (7", Promo, Whi)||Parlophone||R 5733||Denmark||1968|
|R 5733||The Hollies||Listen To Me (7", Single, Promo)||Parlophone||R 5733||UK||1968|
|R 5733||The Hollies||Listen To Me (7")||Parlophone||R 5733||Denmark||1968|
Listen to Me" is a 1968 single by The Hollies that was written by Tony Hazzard. It was the last Hollies single to feature Graham Nash in the group. It was released with the B-side "Do the Best You Can" on the Parlophone label, Catalogue number R5733. The song reached on the UK singles chart in October 1968. Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics.
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Listen To Me" lyrics. Listen To Me". Listen to me I'll sing a song to change your mind. Have you ever wondered why Whenever thing goes wrong Nobody stops to lend a hand Nobody seems to care When she looks you in the eye And suddenly you're strong And very soon you realise That you didn't care about love. album: "The Hollies At Abbey Road 1966-1970" (1998).
After the Everly Brothers album, the Hollies stopped publishing original songs under a pseudonym, and from this point until Nash's last single with the Hollies in 1968, all of their single A-sides were original compositions, except the final Nash era single 'Listen To Me' (1968) which was written by Tony Hazzard. In October 1966, the group's fifth album, For Certain Because (UK N. 3, 1966), became their first album consisting entirely of original compositions by Clarke, Nash and Hicks.
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Hollies is the Hollies' third LP for Parlophone. This is also referred to as Hollies '65 to differentiate it from th. mage: The Hollies Hear Here. Image: The Hollies Self Titled. The terms A-side and B-side refer to the two sides of 78, 45, and 33 1/3 rpm phonograph records, whether singles. mage: 17929A Lucia di Lammermoor. Victor 17929A and 17929B. Would You Believe? (The Hollies album). Would You Believe? is an album by the Hollies, released in 1966. Background - It features a cover of Simon an. mage: The hollies would you believe.
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