Two Different Worlds (1956 song)
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The biggest U.S. hit version was recorded by Don Rondo. It reached #11 on the Billboard chart and #12 on the Cash Box chart. A cover version of the song was recorded by Roger Williams and Jane Morgan which reached #41 on the Billboard chart.
A recording by Jerry Vale in 1963, from the original Columbia album "The language of love".
British pop singer Engelbert Humperdinck also covered the song on his 1967 album The Last Waltz.
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Also recorded by Tex Ritter as the "B" side to his 78 recording Jealous Heart.