Karen Young (British singer)
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Karen Young (born 13 April 1946 in Sheffield, Yorkshire) is an English-born singer who had a 1969 hit in the UK Singles Chart with "Nobody's Child" (done originally by Canadian country singer Hank Snow).
She had other singles released between 1965 and 1971, such as her cover of Cher's #9 hit "You Better Sit Down Kids" (1968), "Allentown Jail" (1969), and "Que Sera Sera"/"One Tin Soldier" (1970), before retiring from the music business in 1974.
- "The Official Charts Company - Nobody's Child by Karen Young Search". The Official Charts Company. 11 July 2013.
- "Karen Young Discography". 45cat website. Retrieved February 16, 2011. Note: "Hot Shot" by the American Karen Young was incorrectly included in this discography for the British Karen Young.
- "Collaborations Paul McCartney - Karen Young - Que Sera Sera". The Beatles Help! In The World. Spain: Ferran Vallejo. December 12, 2010. Retrieved February 16, 2011.
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