Who Sang Dear Lonely Hearts? Nat King Cole

Credits
release date: 1962
genres: Jazz Pop
styles: Vocal/Easy Listening
length: 3:06
(b. halley, e. j. anton)


Dear lonely hearts...
I’m-a writing to you
You said you could help
People looking for love.


I’ve been so lonely,
I don’t know what to do.
And that is why
I’m writing this letter to you.


(it’s no use livin’)
When you’re alone.
Please help me find
A love of my own.


If you know someone,
Please tell me who.
Dear lonely hearts...
I’d be so grateful to you
(so grateful to you).


(she don’t have to have money)
She don’t have to have money,
(she don’t have to be a queen)
She don’t have to be a queen.
(as long as she loves me)
As long as she loves me,
(that’s the important thing)
That’s the important thing.


’cause I’m gonna love her,
(I’m gonna love her)
I’ll always be true .
(I’ll always be true)
Dear lonely hearts,
Oh, please,
See what you can do.
(see what you can do)


I guess that’s all,
(I guess that’s all)
I’m gonna close for now.
(I’m gonna close for now)
But try to find
(please try to find)
Somebody, somehow.
(somebody, somehow)


If you know someone,
Please tell me who.
Dear lonely hearts...
I’d be so grateful
To you.
(grateful to you)



Tracklist
Vinyl 1
  • 1 Dear Lonely Hearts
  • 2 Miss You
  • 3 Why Should I Cry Over You?
  • 4 Near You
  • 5 Yearning (Just for You)
  • 6 My First and Only Lover
  • 7 All Over the World
  • 8 Oh, How I Miss You Tonight
  • 9 Lonesome and Sorry
  • 10 All by Myself
  • 11 Who's Next in Line?
  • 12 It's a Lonesome Old Town

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