I Just Can't Help Believing
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|"I Just Can't Help Believing"|
|Single by B.J. Thomas|
|from the album Everybody's Out of Town|
|B-side||"Send My Picture to Scranton, PA."|
|B.J. Thomas singles chronology|
The song was most successful after it was recorded by B.J. Thomas and released as a single in 1970. It went to number nine on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and spent one week at number one on the Easy Listening (adult contemporary) chart.
- The first release was as a single by Barry Mann on Capitol Records, reviewed in Billboard Magazine on June 22, 1968.
- The song was released by Bobby Vee in 1969 on his 1969 Gates, Grills and Railings LP.
- Bobby Doyle released it as a single in 1969 on the Warner Brothers label.
- The song was recorded by Leonard Nimoy in his 1969 album The Touch of Leonard Nimoy.
- The song was recorded by Elvis Presley in 1970 and released on his album That's the Way It Is. It was released as a single in the UK in November 1971, peaking at number six.
- David Frizzell's version reached # 36 on the U.S. Billboard Country Singles chart in 1970.
- The song was recorded by Filipina singer-actress Nora Aunor, on her 1971 studio album The Song of My Life.
- Barry Mann recorded the song again in 2000 on his solo album "Soul & Inspiration".
- The song was recorded by the Colombian Marco T Spanish version on his 2004 album Request Songs Canciones de Amor.
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