Who Sang Druscilla Penny? Carpenters

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Credits
publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: John Bettis, Richard Lynn Carpenter
release date: 1971-5-13
genres: Rock Pop Stage & Screen
styles: Soft Rock/Ballad/Easy Listening
length: 2:15
producer: Jack Daugherty
engineer: Dick Bogert and Ray Gerhardt
arranger: Richard Carpenter
assistant engineer: Norm Kinney
orchestrator: Richard Carpenter
keyboard: Richard Carpenter
vocal: Richard Carpenter and Karen Carpenter
Druscilla Penny what a name.
Are you sure you didn't make it up yourself.
You're very pretty, yes you are, but with all the junk you wear it's hard to tell.

Man you must work hard to get your hair to look like that.
I don't need a horoscope to tell me where you're at.
Your family's probably given up on you
Since you began to follow groups of long - haired rock and rollers.
I can hear your mother crying for her daughter
Ah, Ah, Ah, Ah

Druscilla Penny what a girl.
Where's the purpose to the crazy life you lead.
It doesn't matter after all you're so sure that instant love is all you tell.

I've seen your face at least a thousand times,
You're always standing there behind the stages at the concerts.
Waiting for an offer to be with someone after.
Ah, Ah, Ah, Ah

Druscilla Penny how's your head.
Do you ever wake up lonely in the night.
It isn't easy, for a girl when she can't decide if love is wrong or right.
I hope I live to see a change.
Could you ever really love, ever really care?
Ever really get it together?
No!



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