Turn Around, Look at Me" is a song written by Jerry Capehart.
1961, Glen Campbell released his version as a single. This was his first song to chart in the United States, hitting #62 on the . Billboard Hot 100 This version included session drummer  Earl Palmer on drums. and #15 on the  Adult Contemporary chart.
The Lettermen's version [ edit ]
1962, The Lettermen released their version as a single. It made it to #5 on Billboard's Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, but the b-side of the single, " How Is Julie?," became the bigger hit.
Bee Gees' version [ edit ]
In 1964, while
Bee Gees were still in Australia, they released a version of the song which did not chart. It is also their fifth single, and was credited to "Barry Gibb and the Bee Gees".  It was also included on the group's 1967 mop-up compilation  and the 1998 anthology of their Australian recordings Turn Around, Look at Us Brilliant from Birth. 
Personnel [ edit ]
Barry Gibb —
lead vocals Robin Gibb —
harmony and backing vocals Maurice Gibb — harmony and backing vocals
Uncredited musicians — guitar, bass, drums, orchestra, chorus
The Vogues' version [ edit ]
1968, The Vogues released their remake as a single. This version was by far the most successful, reaching #7 on the Hot 100 and #3 on the  Adult Contemporary chart. 
Chart history [ edit ]
Weekly charts [ edit ]
Year-end charts [ edit ]
Billboard Hot 100  24
Cash Box  34
Other versions [ edit ]
Other artists who have recorded this song include
Eddy Arnold, The Bachelors, Gary Lewis and the Playboys, and Esther Phillips.
This song was featured in the film
. The song, however, was cut to only the first few lines, thus transforming it from a love song to the stalkers' creed. It was also used as a warning for death in the film. Final Destination 3
The original cut version of the song was also featured in the first trailer for the indie horror video game
. SCP – Containment Breach
References [ edit ]
^ Glen Campbell charting singles Retrieved 09-18-11.
^ Scherman, Tony, Backbeat: The Earl Palmer Story, forward by Wynton Marsalis, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C., 1999 p. 175
^ The Bee Gees, Retrieved 09-18-11. Spicks & Specks: 26 Songs from the Early Days
^ Joseph Brennan. "Gibb Songs: 1964".
^ Discogs.com. "Bee Gees - Brilliant from Birth".
^ The Vogues charting singles Retrieved 09-18-11.
^ Whitburn, Joel (2002). Top Adult Contemporary: 1961-2001. Record Research. p. 251.
^ "Item Display - RPM - Library and Archives Canada". Collectionscanada.gc.ca . Retrieved . 2016-10-01
^ Joel Whitburn's Top Pop Singles 1955-1990 - ISBN 0-89820-089-X
^ Cash Box Top 100 Singles, August 31, 1968
^ Cash Box Year-End Charts: Top 100 Pop Singles, December 28, 1968