Tu' mir nicht weh

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"Tu' mir nicht weh"
Single by Connie Francis
B-side "Paradiso"
Released 1962
Format 7" single
Recorded April 12, 1962
both at Austrophon Studio, Vienna
Genre Schlager music
Length A-Side: 2:55
B-Side: 2:39
Label MGM Records 61 056
Writer(s) A-side: Ted Murry, Benny Davis, Fini Busch
B-Side: Peter König, Wolfgang Zell
Producer(s) Gerhard Mendelsohn
Connie Francis
German singles chronology
"Lili Marleen"/
"Mond von Mexico"

(1962)
"Tu' mir nicht weh"/
"Paradiso"
(1962)
"Wenn du gehst"/
"Gondola d'Amore"

(1962)

Tu' mir nicht weh is the eighth German single recorded by U. S. entertainer Connie Francis.

The single's A-side is a German cover version of Francis' U. S. # 1 hit Don't Break the Heart That Loves You, which Francis also recorded in

The single's B-Side was Paradiso, a song written especially in German for Francis.

"Tu' mir nicht weh" peaked at # 2 of the German charts, while "Paradiso" peaked at # 1, marking this record as Francis first double-sided single in Germany of which the B-side scored better on the charts than the A-side.[1]

Subsequently, "Paradiso" became one of the biggest hits of the year 1962 with cover versions in

References[edit]

  1. ^ Richard Weize: Connie Francis, companion book to 8-LP-Boxed Boxed Set Connie Francis in Deutschland, Bear Family Records BFX 15 305, Hambergen/Vollersode (Germany) 1988