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November 22, 2017

 

 

In 71 The Partridge Family featuring David Cassidy

had a U.S. No.1 with  ‘I think I Love You’.

This single also made the UK Top Twenty,

and ‘It’s One Of Those Nights (Yes Love), next in 72.

 

Two months later in April saw David Cassidy

up at No.2 with a flourish –

His double ‘A’ sided single, flying up the charts –

being, ‘Could It Be Forever’  & ‘Cherish’.

 

In September of 72, came his first UK No.1,

as fans answered his song – ‘How Can I Be Sure’,

and hysteria at an all time high,

when, in 73, he arrived for his first UK Tour.

 

‘Rock Me Baby’  his last hit of 72,

climbed to No. 11,  of the chart tree,

and was followed by another double ‘A’ side  –

‘I’m A Clown’ & ‘Some Kind Of A Summer’, in 73.

 

His other UK hit of this year came in October –

 by now he could do no wrong.

His 3rd double ‘A’ side, this time made No.1,

being, ‘Daydreamer’ & The Puppy Song.

 

‘If I Didn’t Care’ – a Top Ten of 74,

and ‘Please Please Me’ – A Top Twenty at No.16.

In 75, ‘I Write The Songs’ & ‘Get It Up For Love’, at No.11,

followed by ‘Darlin’, again at No.16.

 

In 85, ‘The Last Kiss’ made No.6

and ‘Romance (Let Your Heart Go)’,  in at No.54,

seem two apt songs to complete this eulogy,

now sadly, lovely David Cassidy –  is no more.

 

 

From Teens to Mums and Grandma’s,

he was everyones sweetheart –

embracing all that is pure, through song and verse, –

his music touched every heart.

 

Thank you  for the music.

David Cassidy – Rest in peace. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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