Watch the video for Come On-A My House from Rosemary Clooney's 16 Most Requested Songs for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. According to the Come On-a My House Songfacts, Rosemary Clooney thought this had cheap lyrics and was just an "Armenian novelty song. She also disliked having to sing it in a mock Italian accent. Peggy Lee. 871,091 listeners.
Album · 2013 · 100 Songs. Sweet Little Rock and Roll.
The Kay Starr recording of the song, made in 1955, reached number one on the Billboard singles chart in 1956, staying there for six weeks. The recording was released by RCA Victor as catalog number 47-6359. List of number-one singles in Australia during the 1950s.
By Elizabeth Akers Allen.
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come on feel you and me don't say falling love leave after movement coz coz coz coz coz. William Bateman 03 July 2019 Reply. Looking for a song, relatively new. The chorus lyrics are ‘I’m just holding on, holding on. I’m just waiting for you to call, I guess I’m just holding on holding on’ sang by a female. Hope brown 03 July 2019 Reply. Hi i'm trying to find a song the lyrics go way way where way where all day if you down like it on nijah finsta page. Anonymous 03 July 2019 Reply. i'm looking for a song. Is like electro or house or i don't know. blah blah blah i can't remember. Ivan 03 July 2019 Reply. It has kind of a classic rock vibe (in the sound of triumph or Aldo nova). The one lyric I could get at the end of the song was: here I go. It’s not in the chorus so it’s not Whitesnake.
|A||Come On-A My House
Conductor – Dave CavanaghLead Vocals – Kay StarrWritten-By – Ross Bagdasarian, William Saroyan
|B||Rock Me To Sleep
Lead Vocals – Peggy LeeWritten-By – Benny Carter, Paul Vandervoort II