Who Sang Superstar? Carpenters

Carpenters Carpenters cover art

Some other versions of "Superstar"
Credits
publisher: ©Alfred, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
writers: Bonnie Bramlett, Delaney Bramlett, Leon Russell
release date: 1971-5-13
genres: Rock Pop Stage & Screen
styles: Soft Rock/Ballad/Easy Listening
length: 3:48
producer: Jack Daugherty
vocal: Richard Carpenter and Karen Carpenter
engineer: Dick Bogert and Ray Gerhardt
arranger: Richard Carpenter
assistant engineer: Norm Kinney
orchestrator: Richard Carpenter
keyboard: Richard Carpenter
Long ago, and, oh, so far away
I fell in love with you before the second show
Your guitar, it sounds so sweet and clear
But you're not really here, it's just the radio

Don't you remember, you told me you loved me baby?
You said you'd be coming back this way again baby
Baby, baby, baby, baby, oh baby
I love you, I really do

Loneliness is such a sad affair
And I can hardly wait to be with you again
What to say to make you come again?
Come back to me again and play your sad guitar

Don't you remember, you told me you loved me baby?
You said you'd be coming back this way again baby
Baby, baby, baby, baby, oh baby
I love you, I really do

Don't you remember, you told me you loved me baby?
You said you'd be coming back this way again baby
Baby, baby, baby, baby, oh baby
I love you, I really do



Tracklist
Vinyl 1
  • 1 Rainy Days and Mondays
  • 2 Saturday
  • 3 Let Me Be the One
  • 4 (A Place to) Hideaway
  • 5 For All We Know
  • 6 Superstar
  • 7 Druscilla Penny
  • 8 One Love
  • 9 Bacharach/David Medley: Knowing When to Leave / Make It Easy on Yourself / (There’s) Always Something There to Remind Me / I’ll Never Fall in Love Again / Walk On By / Do You Know the Way to San Jose
  • 10 Sometimes

  • Album Information
    label: A&M Records
    country(area): United States
    format: Vinyl
    script: Latin