February Fling – 2019

Just another quick one because the Love Is In Da Blog prompt for today is music from the 1950’s and I was born in 55 so I’ll choose the song that was #1 the day I was born:

Sincerely by the Maguire Sisters

Sincerely, oh yes, sincerely
’cause I love you so dearly, please say you’ll be mine
Sincerely, oh you know how I love you
I’ll do anything for you, please say you’ll be mine
Oh Lord, won’t you tell me why
I love that fella so
He doesn’t want me
But I’ll never never never never let him go!
Sincerely, oh you know how I love you
I’ll do anything for you, please say you’ll be mine
Oh Lord, won’t you tell me why
I love that fella so
He doesn’t want me
But I’ll never never never never let him go!
Sincerely, oh you know how I love you
I’ll do anything for you, please say you’ll be mine
Please say you’ll be mine
Songwriters: Alan Freed / Harvey Fuqua
Sincerely lyrics © Alan Freed Music, Liaison Productions Publishing Inc., Irving Music, Liaison Ii Publishing Inc., Arc Music

Cute little song, no?  

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I'm a 60-ish, married, mom to 3, creative soul looking to make the world a better place one smile at a time.
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10 Responses to February Fling – 2019

  1. Shelley says:

    So fun – I love the picture of them in their dresses. I’m glad we don’t have to dress up like that anymore, but there is a long-lasting appeal to the styles of the ’50s!

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  2. Bee Halton says:

    That us a lovely sing. Makes me wonder which song was number 1 when I was born. Will have to research 🙋🐝

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Reminiscences of the year I reached my teens 🙂

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  4. Ally Bean says:

    I’ve never heard this song, but it *screams* 1950s. The lyrics are bit scary… they won’t let him go? Who are these women, stalkers? 😉

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