My Little Corner of the World
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|"My Little Corner of the World"|
|Single by Anita Bryant|
|B-side||"Anyone Would Love You"|
|Label||Carlton Records 530|
|Writer(s)||Bob Hilliard, Lee Pockriss|
|Anita Bryant singles chronology|
Anita Bryant version
It was first recorded by singer Anita Bryant in 1960, as "In My Little Corner of the World", and released on the album Hear Anita Bryant in Your Home Tonight! Bryant's version reached number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1960.
Marie Osmond version
It was also recorded by singer Marie Osmond in 1974, again as "In My Little Corner of the World", as the title song of her album In My Little Corner of the World. This version was released as a single, and reached the Country Top 40 chart.
The song has since been recorded by various artists, including:
- Australian singer Wilma Reading in 1960.
- Welsh singer Maureen Evans in 1961.
- The song was recorded by Connie Smith for the 1966 album Born to Sing.
- The song was recorded by the indie-rock band Yo La Tengo for their 1997 album I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One. This version was used on, and inspired the title of, the 2002 soundtrack album for the television show Gilmore Girls, Our Little Corner of the World: Music from Gilmore Girls.