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Dean Martin - Everybody Loves Somebody - 1964 Lyrics


Everybody loves somebody sometime
Everybody falls in love somehow
Something in your kiss just told me
My sometime is now
Everybody finds somebody someplace
There's no telling where love may appear
Something in my heart keeps saying
My someplace is here
If I had it in my power
I'd arrange for every girl to have your charms
Then every minute, every hour
Every boy would find what I found in your arms
Everybody loves somebody sometime
And although my dreams were overdue
Your love made it well worth waiting
For someone like you
If I had it in my power
I'd arrange for every girl to have your charms
Then every minute, every hour
Every boy would find what I found in your arms
Everybody loves somebody sometime
And although my dreams were overdue
Your love made it well worth waiting
For someone like you
Everybody loves somebody sometime

Dean Martin - Everybody Loves Somebody - 1964

Dean Martin - Everybody Loves Somebody - 1964

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"Everybody Loves Somebody" is a song written in 1947 by Irving Taylor and Ken Lane. The song had already been recorded by several artists (including Frank Sinatra) by 1964, but without much success. But it was in that year that Lane was playing piano for Dean Martin on his Dream With Dean LP sessions, and with an hour or so of studio time left and one song short, Lane suggested that Martin take a run at his tune. Dean was agreeable, and the small combo of piano, guitar, drums and bass performed a relatively quiet, laid back jazz version of the song.

Although still a major recording artist, Martin had not had a Top 40 hit since 1958. And with the British Invasion ruling the U.S. charts, few had hopes that a middle aged Italian crooner would sway many teenagers. And yet, defying the odds, Everybody Loves Somebody shot straight up to the top of the Billboard Hot 100. The song also topped the Billboard "easy listening" chart for eight weeks. It ultimately replaced "That's Amore" as Martin's signature song, and he sang it as the theme of his weekly television variety show from 1965 until 1974. The song has become so identified with Dean Martin, that later cover versions are invariably compared to his hit take on the tune. [1]

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Dean Martin Song Tracks


Dean Martin - A Girl Named Mary And A Boy Named Bill - 1959 [2:22] - Martin was born in
Dean Martin - A Marshmallow World - 1966 [2:38] - Marshmallow World (sometimes called A
Dean Martin - A Million And One - 1966 [2:52] - A Million to One is a song written by Phil Medley
Dean Martin - Almost Like Being In Love - 1966 [1:05] - Almost Like Being in Love is a popular
Dean Martin - Always - 1968 [2:10] - Always is a popular song written by Irving Berlin in 1925,
Dean Martin - Baby It's Cold Outside - 1959 [2:48] - Composed by Frank Loesser in 1944.Recored By
Dean Martin - Baby Won't You Please Come Home - 1964 [1:43] - Baby Won't You Please Come Home is
Dean Martin - Bella Bimba - 1960 [2:45] - Dean Martin (born Dino Paul Crocetti; June 7, 1917
Dean Martin - Bumming Around - 1965 [2:35] - In 1965, Martin launched his weekly NBC
Dean Martin - Buono Sera - 1952 [2:18] - He worked as a roulette stickman and croupier in an
Dean Martin - Bye Bye Blackbird - 1958 [1:56] - Never totally comfortable in films, Martin wanted
Dean Martin - C'est Si Bon - 1977 [2:25] - C'est si bon is a popular song, sometimes also
Dean Martin - Cha Cha Cha D'Amour - 1962 [2:17] - Dean Martin's Cha Cha de Amor was released in
Dean Martin - Choo'n Gum - 1957 [2:31] - Martin attracted the attention of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Dean Martin - Clinging Vine - 1973 [2:23] - The original was released by Bobby Vinton in 1964 on
Dean Martin - Corinne Corinna - 1961 [2:43] - Corrine, Corrina is a 12 bar country blues song in
Dean Martin - Don't Give Up On Me - 1983 [2:54] - An album titled The Nashville Sessions was
Dean Martin - Don't You Remember? - 1961 [2:25] - Martin's relaxed, warbling crooning voice
Dean Martin - Drinking Champagne - 1960 [2:35] - Dean Martin - Drinking Champagne - 1960 From the
Dean Martin - Everybody Loves Somebody - 1964 [2:40] - Everybody Loves Somebody is a song written
Dean Martin - For The Good Times - 1960 [3:54] - Martin played a satiric variation of his own
Dean Martin - Glory Of Love - 1988 [2:13] - Glory of Love is a popular song written by Peter
Dean Martin - Happy Feet - 1956 [2:36] - The team made its TV debut on the very first broadcast
Dean Martin - Hey Brother, Pour The Wine - 1964 [2:40] - Dean Martin (June 7, 1917 December 25,
Dean Martin - Houston - 1982 [2:40] - Martin and Lewis were the hottest act in America during the
Dean Martin - How Do You Speak To An Angel - 1959 [1:52] - Martin repeatedly sold 10 percent
Dean Martin - I Got The Sun In The Morning - 1959 [2:56] - For their first movie Dean Marin and
Dean Martin - I Love The Way You Say Goodnight - 1957 [3:14] - Martin was drafted into the United
Dean Martin - I Passed Your House Tonight - 1957 [2:58] - Dean Martin got his first break working
Dean Martin - I Still Get A Thrill - 1957 [2:40] - Martin and Lewis's official debut together
Dean Martin - I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am - 1981 [2:52] - Dean Martin and Ann Margret
Dean Martin - I Will - 1965 [2:23] - Martin's family was presented a gold record in 2004 for
Dean Martin - I Wish You Love - 1996 [2:25] - Martin and Lewis' official debut together occurred
Dean Martin - I'm Gonna Change Everything - 1966 [2:13] - Dean Martin - I'm Gonna Change
Dean Martin - I'm Gonna Paper All My Walls With Your Love Letters - 1958 [3:15] -
Dean Martin - I'm In Love With You - 1959 [2:59] - By 1946, Martin was doing relatively well, but
Dean Martin - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry - 1967 [2:35] - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry is a song
Dean Martin - In The Chapel In The Moonlight - 1967 [2:37] - In the Chapel in the Moonlight is a
Dean Martin - In The Misty Moonlight - 1967 [2:45] - Dean Martin - In The Misty Moonlight -
Dean Martin - Kiss - 1958 [2:20] - At the age of 15, Dean Martin was a boxer who billed himself
Dean Martin - La Vie En Rose - 1960 [2:24] - La Vie en rose was the signature song of French
Dean Martin - Let It Snow! - 1959 [2:06] - Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!, also known as
Dean Martin - Little Did We Know - 1958 [2:21] - At the age of 15, he was a boxer who billed
Dean Martin - Little Ole Wine Drinker Me - 1964 [2:40] - In 1965, Martin launched his weekly NBC
Dean Martin - Love Me, Love Me - 1961 [2:38] - Dean Martin was the host of the successful
Dean Martin - Love Put A Song In My Heart - 1975 [2:28] - Love Put a Song in My Heart is a 1975
Dean Martin - Lucky Song - 1953 [2:36] - Dean Martin - Lucky Song (From the movie Artists and
Dean Martin - Mambo Italiano - 1956 [2:04] - Mambo Italiano is a popular song written by Bob
Dean Martin - Meanderin' - 1955 [3:01] - Martin hosted country performers on his TV show and was
Dean Martin - Memories Are Made Of This - 1956 [2:18] - Memories Are Made of This is a popular
Dean Martin - Muskrat Ramble - 1959 [3:08] - In Dean & Me, Lewis calls Martin one of the great
Dean Martin - My First Country Song - 1963 [3:03] - From the last and marvellous Dean Martin
Dean Martin - My Innamorata -1973 [1:22] - Martin received a gold record in 2004 for Dino: The
Dean Martin - Night Train To Memphis - 1972 [1:21] - By the early 1970s, Martin seemed to have
Dean Martin - Not Enough Indians - 1968 [3:25] - Dean Martin - Not Enough Indians - 1968Gentle on
Dean Martin - Oh Boy! Oh Boy! Oh Boy! Oh Boy! Oh Boy! - 1959 [2:43] - Dean Martindelivered
Dean Martin - Old Man River - 1966 [1:42] - Ol' Man River (music by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Oscar
Dean Martin - Once In Love With Amy - 1957 [2:14] - Martin was acclaimed for his performance as
Dean Martin - Pennies From Heaven - 1959 [2:18] - A biography of Martin titled Dean Martin: King
Dean Martin - Pretty As A Picture - 1959 [2:33] - Martin spoke only Italian until he started
Dean Martin - Rain - 1956 [2:44] - Like Sinatra, he could not read music, but he recorded more
Dean Martin - Raindrops Keep Fallin On My Head - 1969 [2:18] - Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head
Dean Martin - Return To Me - 1958 [2:47] - Martin's second wife was Jeanne Biegger. A stunning
Dean Martin - Santa Lucia - 1958 [2:55] - As Dean Martin's singing career took off, a radio
Dean Martin - Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On - 1958 [2:23] - Send Me the Pillow That You
Dean Martin - Shutters And Boards - 1963 [2:48] - Dean Martin (born Dino Paul Crocetti; June 7,
Dean Martin - Since I Met You Baby - 1958 [2:46] - Dean Martin - Since I Met You Baby - 1958Since
Dean Martin - Sway - 1954 [2:42] - Dean Martin (June 7, 1917 December 25, 1995) was an American
Dean Martin - Take These Chains From My Heart - 1970 [2:50] - Some of Martin's albums, such as
Dean Martin - That's Amore - 1952 [3:08] - That's Amore is a 1952 song by composer Harry Warren
Dean Martin - That's What I Like - 1954 [1:57] - Living It Up is a 1954 film comedy starring the
Dean Martin - The Birds And The Bees - 1954 [1:35] - His footprints were immortalized at
Dean Martin - The Christmas Blues - 1961 [2:56] - One of the most popular and enduring American
Dean Martin - The Door Is Still Open To My Heart - 1965 [2:48] - Nicknamed the King of Cool ,
Dean Martin - The Man Who Plays The Mandolino - 1964 [2:52] - This is a 1964 compilation album by
Dean Martin - The Money Song - 1953 [1:06] - A number of Dean Martin songs have constantly been
Dean Martin - The Peanut Vendor - 1957 [2:04] - Dean Martin worked as a roulette stickman and
Dean Martin - The Sailor's Polka - 1959 [2:02] - Martin's first solo film, Ten Thousand Bedrooms
Dean Martin - The Sneaky Little Side Of Me - 1955 [2:44] - Drafted into the United States Army in
Dean Martin - Think About Me - 1981 [2:40] - As a singer, Martin copied the styles of Harry Mills
Dean Martin - Three Coins In The Fountain - 1955 [2:51] - Dean Martin (born Dino Paul Crocetti;
Dean Martin - Three Wishes - 1955 [2:41] - Elvis Presley was said to have been influenced by
Dean Martin - Volare - 1984 [0:52] - Nel blu dipinto di blu (In the Blue Painted Blue), popularly
Dean Martin - Walkin' My Baby Back Home - 1956 [2:56] - In 1960, Martin was cast in the motion
Dean Martin - We Never Talk Much, We Just Sit Around - 1958 [2:51] - Martin worked for various
Dean Martin - Welcome To My World - 1970 [2:17] - In 1965, Martin launched his weekly NBC
Dean Martin - Wham! Bam! Thank You, Ma'am! - 1956 [2:52] - In October 1941, Martin married
Dean Martin - When Your Smiling - 1960 [3:06] - Success would continue as Martin starred
Dean Martin - You Belong To Me - 1957 [3:15] - You Belong to Me (1941), released in the United
Dean Martin - You Look So Familiar - 1955 [2:05] - From the Martin & Lewis movie: Artists and
Dean Martin - You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby - 1961 [1:29] - You Must Have Been a Beautiful
Dean Martin - Young At Heart - 1969 [2:20] - Dean Martin (born Dino Paul Crocetti; June 7, 1917
Dean Martin - Zing A Zing A Zing Boom - 1957 [2:16] - For three decades, Martin was among the
Dean Martin And Nancy Sinatra - Things - 1967 [2:38] - Things was written by Bobby Darin in
Dean Martin And Ricky Nelson - My Rifle, My Pony And Me - 1959 [3:28] - Because the film starred
Perry Como And Dean Martin - Return To Me - 1952 [1:33] - As a singer, Martin copied the styles


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