There's Nothing I Can Say

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"There's Nothing I Can Say"
Single by Rick Nelson
B-side "Lonely Corner"
Released August 8, 1964
Genre Pop
Length 2:02
Label Decca Records 31656
Writer(s) Christian Sarrel, Al Stillman
Rick Nelson singles chronology
"Lucky Star"
(1964)
"There's Nothing I Can Say"
(1964)
"A Happy Guy"
(1964)

"There's Nothing I Can Say" is a song written by Christian Sarrel and Al Stillman and performed by Rick Nelson. The song reached #18 on the adult contemporary chart and #47 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1964.[1] The single's B-side, "Lonely Corner", reached #113 on the Billboard chart.[2]

The song was produced and arranged by Jimmie Haskell.[3]

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