Venus" is a song written by Ed Marshall and Peter DeAngelis. The most successful and best-known recording of the track was done by Frankie Avalon and released in 1959, where it reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 (see 1959 in music). Venus" became Avalon's first number-one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it spent five weeks atop the survey. The song also reached number ten on the R&B chart.
Venus, if you do I promise that I always will be true I'll give her all the love I have to give As long as we both shall live. 4. Why. 7. Bobby Sox To Stockings.
In 1959 he scored two hits on the Billboard Hot 100, Venus and Why. Because of his youth, he was one of the first to be classified as a Teen Idol. He had 31 charted . Billboard singles from 1958 to late 1962, including Just Ask Your Heart ( I’ll Wait For You ( Bobby Sox To Stockings ( and A Boy Without A Girl (.
Frankie Avalon’s Christmas Album by Frankie Avalon. And Now About Mr. Avalon by Frankie Avalon. Frankie Avalon by Frankie Avalon. View all albums . Venus. 2. Does She Wonder Where I Am. 3. Thank You For That Extra Sunrise.
Frankie Avalon-Venus 2 guitar tab, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs. Artist: Frankie Avalon. Download2,01 Kb. Artist Related tabs and Sheet Music. Frankie Avalon-Bobby Sox To Stockings (chords). Frankie Avalon-Why (chords). C7M Dm7 Venus if you will. C7M Dm7 Please send a little girl for me to thrill. Em A7 A girl who wants my kisses and my arms Dm7 G7 C7M Dm7 G7 A girl with all the charms of you. C7M Dm7 Venus, make her fair. C7M Dm7 A lovely girl with sunlight in her hair. Dm7 G7 C7M And place them in her eyes for me. F7M Dm7 G7 C7M Venus, goddess of love that you are, Am7 D7 G7M Surely the things I ask Am7 D7 Dm7 G7 Can't be too great a task.
Venus became Avalon's first number-one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it spent five weeks atop the survey. The song's lyrics detail a man's plea to Venus, the Roman goddess of love and beauty, to send him a girl to love and one who will love him as well . In 1976, Avalon released a new disco version of "Venus". This helped revive the singer's career, as his success had been waning prior to its release and was Avalon's last Billboard Hot 100 hit. The re-recording of "Venus" peaking at number forty-six on the . Billboard Hot 100 and at number one on the Easy Listening chart. Avalon was quoted stating his opinion of the remake: "It was all right, but I still prefer the original. In 1959, Gloria Lasso released a Spanish version.
Watch the video for Venus from Frankie Avalon's The Best Of Frankie Avalon for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. It became Avalon's first number-one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it spent five weeks atop the survey; the song also reached on the R&B chart.
|OG 9160||Frankie Avalon||Venus / Why? (7")||Old Gold , Lightning Records||OG 9160||UK||1981|
|amc 14.045||Frankie Avalon||Venus / Why (CD, Single)||amc||amc 14.045||Belgium||2000|
|COL 3865||Frankie Avalon||Venus / Why (7", RE)||Collectables||COL 3865||US||Unknown|