(Theme from) Valley of the Dolls" is a 1967 song by André and Dory Previn, composed for the film version of the Jacqueline Susann novel Valley of the Dolls, and recorded by Dionne Warwick. The song was to be given to Judy Garland, who had been fired from the film
Album: Dionne Warwick in Valley of the Dolls (1967). Charted: 28 2. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. songfacts ®. Artistfacts ®. Lyrics. Gotta get off, gonna get Have to get off from this ride Gotta get hold, gonna get Need to get hold of my pride When did I get, where did I How was I caught in this game When will I know, where will I How will I think of my name When did I stop feeling sure, feeling safe And start wondering. Songfacts Newsletter.
Complete your Dionne Warwick collection. Theme From) Valley Of The Dolls. Do You Know The Way To San Jose. For The Rest Of My Life.
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Album: Playlist: The Best Of Dionne Warwick. Dionne Warwick: best 2 tracks. Blue System, Blue System, Dionne Warwick & Dieter Bohlen, Dieter Bohlen, Dionne Warwick - It's All Over Produced by: Dieter Bohlen, 2009 03:53.
Dionne Warwick is second only to Aretha Franklin as the most-charted female vocalist of all time, with 69 of Warwick's singles making the Billboard Hot 100 between 1962 and 1998. Early life and career. Here I Am/Live In Paris/Here Where There Is Love/On Stage And In Movies released: 2014. I'll Never Fall in Love Again, Very Dionne, Dionne, Just Being Myself released: 2014. Presenting Dionne Warwick, Anyone Who Had a Heart, Make Way for Dionne Warwick, The Sensitive Sound of Dionne Warwick released: 2014.
The André Previn penned movie theme was certainly not the only reason for the album's success as Burt Bacharach and Hal David provide several impressive compositions, most notably the Top Ten "Do You Know the Way to San José. Among their further contributions are the quaint opener "As Long as There's an Apple Tree," plus the soulful ballads "Where Would I Go," and "Let Me Be Lonely.
|A1||Theme From The Valley Of The Dolls|
|A2||As Long As There´s An Apple Tree|
|B1||Do You Know The Way To San José|
|B2||Up, Up And Way|