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June 4, 2019

 

 

 

In 61, ‘Stand By Me’, on London,

for Ben E King – a Top 30, followed by ‘Amor Amor’.

And in 87, ‘Stand By Me’, now on Atlantic,

gave Ben E King, a gold-selling, UK No.1, 3 week, score.

 

In 58, ‘I May Never Pass This Way Again’, on Philips,

reached No.14, for Robert Earl.

And in 85, ‘After The Love Has Gone’, at No.28,

on Supreme, for Princess – a Top 3 pearl.

 

In 98, ‘It’s True’, on Interscope,

for Queen Pen, peaked at No.24.

And in 2000, ‘Robot Wars (Android Love), at No.51,

for Sir Killalot VS Robo Babe, on Polydor.

 

In 67, ‘Al Capone’ reached No.18,

for Prince Buster, on Blue Beat.

And in 9o, ‘Wanted’, on Supreme,

saw Princess Ivori, take a No.69 seat.

 

In 77,  Stevie Wonder, on Motown,

had a No.2 with ‘Sir Duke’.

And in 06, ‘Knights of Cydonia’, for Muse,

on Helium 3/Warner Brothers, had a Top 10 look

 

In 65, ‘She’s About A Mover’, on London,

peaked at No.15 for Sir Douglas Quintet.

And in 07, ‘Exceeder’, on Boss label,

for Mason VS Princess Superstar, a Top 3 bet.

 

In 85, ‘Love And Pride’ – a gold-seller, at No.2,

for UK/Ireland group – King – on CBS.

And in 90, ‘I’m In The Mood For Love’, at No.58,

for Lord Tanamo, on Mooncrest.

 

In 06, ‘Way You Walk’, on Black Gold,

by Steve Mason known as King Biscuit Time.

And in 74, ‘Killer Queen’, on EMI,

at No.2 for Queen, ends this rhyme.

 

 

 

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