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8 thoughts on “ Hello Mary Lou

  1. Jun 04,  · Hello Mary Lou (Creedence Clearwater Revival) [Chorus] A D Hello Mary Lou, goodbye heart, A E Sweet Mary Lou I'm so in love with you, A A7 D I knew, Mary Lou, we'd never part, A E A Hello Mary Lou, goodbye heart (3x last) [Verse 1] A Past me by one sunny day, D Flashed those big brown eyes my way, A E I knew I wanted you for evermore, A I'm not.
  2. Hello Mary Lou:Ricky Nelson. #2 in UK & Europe, #9 in USA in ' In USA it was the flip side of Travelin' Man but it was the A-side in Europe. Mary Lou was written by the great Gene Pitney.
  3. Ricky Nelson's 's hit is a natural for the tight harmony found in this well-crafted barbershop birdpburulapincrabernibitabasci.xyzinfoble separately: TTBB a cappella and VoiceTrax CD. Performance Time: Approx. Return Policy Exception: This product can not be returned if opened but it can be exchanged if defective, for the exact same title.
  4. I knew Mary Lou, we'd never part So hello Mary Lou, goodbye heart I saw your lips I heard your voice Believe me I just had no choice Wild horses couldn't make me stay away I thought about a moonlit night My arms about good an' tight That's all I had to see for me to say Hey, hey, hello Mary Lou, goodbye heart Sweet Mary Lou, I'm so in love with you.
  5. Hello Mary Lou lyrics and chords. These country classic song lyrics are the property of the respective artist, authors and labels, they are intended solely for educational purposes and private study only. The chords provided are my interpretation and their accuracy is not guaranteed.
  6. rows · Watch the video for Hello Mary Lou from Creedence Clearwater Revival's Creedence .
  7. After "Hello Mary Lou" became a hit, Cayet Mangiaracina's publisher, Champion Music, took legal action and got a share of the song, with Mangiaracina listed as a co-writer along with Pitney. Mangiaracina became priest and claimed to give royalties from the song .
  8. Jun 26,  · Ricky Nelson's Hello Mary Lou, which hit the UK chart in June , was a Gene Pitney song later covered by Creedence, Led Zeppelin and Queen.

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