Will It Go Round in Circles
|"Will It Go Round in Circles"|
|Single by Billy Preston|
|from the album Music Is My Life|
|Length||3:42 (single version)
4:28 (album version)
|Songwriter(s)||Billy Preston, Bruce Fisher|
|Billy Preston singles chronology|
"Will It Go Round in Circles" is a song written by Bruce Fisher and Billy Preston, and recorded by Preston for his 1972 album Music Is My Life. On its release as a single in 1973, the song was a number-one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for two weeks, and sold over a million copies. The song was one of two number-one solo hits for Preston, the other being "Nothing from Nothing", although he is also credited on The Beatles' 1969 hit "Get Back".
Weekly singles charts
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||1|
|U.S. Billboard Hot Soul Singles ||10|
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100 ||8|
The song was covered by Donny Osmond on his 2009 album Love Songs Of The '70s. Phish covered the song twice in 1999, including on 10 September at The Gorge Amphitheatre. Orlando Brown covered the song for the 2006 soundtrack album That's So Raven Too!, for his Disney Channel series That's So Raven, his cover was also included the Disney Channel original film Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior.
In popular culture
- The song was in the soundtrack of the 1996 Matt Dillon film, Beautiful Girls.
- The song was played in a diner in the pilot for House of Cards.
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|Billboard Hot 100 number one single
July 7, 1973 (two weeks)
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