Don't Forbid Me

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"Don't Forbid Me"
Single by Pat Boone
Released 1957 (1957)
Genre Pop
Writer(s) Charles Singleton
Pat Boone singles chronology
"Friendly Persuasion
(1956)
"Don't Forbid Me"
(1957)
"Why Baby Why"
(1957)

"Don't Forbid Me" is a popular song by Charles Singleton, that was a #1 hit for Pat Boone in 1957. The song was recorded by The Million Dollar Quartet (Elvis Presley a.o.) on December 4, 1956 and recorded as an instrumental version done by Bert Kaempfert.

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Preceded by
"Singing the Blues" by Guy Mitchell
Billboard Top 100 number-one single
(Pat Boone version)

February 9, 1957 (one week)
Succeeded by
"Young Love" by Tab Hunter