That's All I Want from You

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"That's All I Want from You"
Written by Fritz Rotter (writing as "M. Rotha")
Published 1955
Original artist Jaye P. Morgan
Recorded by Dean Martin
Nina Simone
Dinah Washington
Lili Anel
and others

"That's All I Want from You" is a popular song by Fritz Rotter (writing as "M. Rotha"), published in 1955.

The song was recorded by a number of artists, but became a major hit for Jaye P. Morgan, reaching No. 3 on the Billboard chart in the United States.[1] The Silva-Tones re-charted the song in 1957, utilizing a somewhat bizarre arrangement blending rockabilly and doo-wop.

Recorded versions[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits: Eighth Edition. Record Research. p. 438. 
  2. ^ Every Second In Between album Wikipedia article
  3. ^ Savoy Records in the 1100 to 1199 series
  4. ^ RCA Victor Records in the 20-5500 to 20-5999 series
  5. ^ Mercury Records in the 70000 to 71696 series
  6. ^ MGM Records in the 11500 to 11999 series
  7. ^ King Records in the 1000 to 1496 series