Am I That Easy to Forget
|"Am I That Easy to Forget"|
|Single by Engelbert Humperdinck|
|from the album The Last Waltz|
|Format||7" (45 rpm)|
|Writer(s)||Carl Belew, W.S. Stevenson|
"Am I That Easy to Forget" is the title of a popular song written by country music singer Carl Belew and W.S. Stevenson and published in 1958. Belew recorded his song in Nashville on December 17, 1958, and released the single in March 1959, where it reached number nine on the U.S. country music chart. Other country music artists who have recorded cover versions of the song include: Skeeter Davis (#11 country, 1960); Ernest Tubb (1960); Gene Vincent (1966); George Jones (1967); Patti Page (1968); Jim Reeves (#12 country, 1973); and Prairie Oyster (1991).
In 1960, singer and actress Debbie Reynolds recorded a version of "Am I That Easy to Forget" that reached number 25 on the U.S. pop chart. The highest charting version of the song on the U.S. pop chart was recorded by singer Engelbert Humperdinck on August 11, 1967. Released as a single in late 1967 from his album The Last Waltz, it reached number 18 on the Hot 100 and number one on the Easy Listening chart in early 1968. Humperdinck's version was also a big hit in England, where it spent two weeks at number three on the UK Singles Chart, as well as in Ireland, where it spent three weeks at number one on the Irish Singles Chart. Humperdinck himself recorded a special version for Italy, in the local language, entitled "Dimenticarti non potrei" ("I couldn't forget you").
|U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles||9|
|U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles||11|
|U.S. Billboard Hot Singles||24|
|U.S. Billboard Bubbling Under-Hot Singles||12|
|U.S. Billboard Hot Singles||18|
|U.S. Billboard Adult Contemporary||1|
|U.K. Singles Charts||3|
|Irish Singles Charts||1|
|U.S. Billboard Hot Singles||12|
|Canadian RPM Country Tracks||9|
- List of number-one adult contemporary singles of 1968 (U.S.)
- List of number-one singles of 1968 (Ireland)
- "KGB, San Diego, CA - Survey for week of Wednesday December 20, 1967". Retrieved 2012-06-07.
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- Whitburn, Joel (1996). The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits, 6th Edition (Billboard Publications)
- "(Humperdinck)". chartstats.com. Retrieved 2012-06-07.
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