You're Nobody till Somebody Loves You
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|"You're Nobody till Somebody Loves You"|
|Song by Russ Morgan's orchestra|
|Songwriter(s)||Russ Morgan, Larry Stock, James Cavanaugh|
Dean Martin's version spent 9 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at No. 25, while reaching No. 1 on Billboard's Middle-Road Singles chart, and No. 28 on Canada's CHUM Hit Parade.
It was the B-side to Frankie Vaughan's hit single "There Must Be a Way", which broke into the UK top ten.
Deana Martin recorded “You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You,” in 2006. The song was a hit for her father, Dean Martin. The song was released on her album Memories Are Made of This in 2006 by Big Fish Records.
- Louis Armstrong
- Rick Astley
- Michael Bublé (2009)
- George Burns
- Cab Calloway and Scatman Crothers
- Nat King Cole (1962)
- Sam Cooke
- Jamie Cullum
- Bobby Darin
- James Darren - This One's from the Heart (1999)
- Sammy Davis Jr
- Frances Faye (1958)
- The Four Seasons as The Wonder Who?
- Pete Fountain
- Connie Francis (1961)
- Jackie Gleason
- Eydie Gormé
- Robert Goulet (1970)
- Hardrock Gunter
- Bill Henderson and Count Basie (1965)
- Damita Jo
- Peggy Lee (1963)
- Gisele Mackenzie
- Dean Martin (1964)
- Mills Brothers
- Russ Morgan and his Orchestra (1946)
- Matt Monro
- Wayne Newton - (also performed on The Lucy Show)
- Ray Price
- Della Reese
- Jimmy Roselli
- Frank Sinatra - Sinatra Swings (1961)
- Kate Smith (1964)
- The Supremes (1965)
- Frankie Vaughan
- Dinah Washington (1962)
- Andy Williams
- Deana Martin (2006)
- Dean Martin - Chart History - The Hot 100, Billboard.com. Accessed September 21, 2016.
- Dean Martin - Chart History - Adult Contemporary, Billboard.com. Accessed September 21, 2016.
- "Middle-Road Singles", Billboard, January 30, 1965. p. 28. Accessed September 21, 2016.
- Whitburn, Joel (2002). Top Adult Contemporary: 1961-2001. Record Research. p. 158.
- "CHUM Hit Parade - Week of January 25, 1965". CHUM. Archived from the original on November 7, 2006. Retrieved 2016-09-21. Chart No. 411.
- Whitburn, Joel (2013). Hot Country Songs 1944–2012. Record Research, Inc. p. 268. ISBN 978-0-89820-203-8.
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