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The Seekers - I'll never find another you (1968)

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Uploaded on Nov 4, 2006

From The Seekers farewell concert July 7 1968 at the BBC in London.
The last time they sang this song as a group in the sixties.
I hope these few videos give you good memories and can help to keep
their songs and music alive.We can not let them be forgotten.


I'll never find another you is composed by Tom Springfield and was recorded at Abbey Road studioes in London november 4 1964.
"I'll never find another you" was to become their first number one hit in the UK 1965.

And by the way,Judith overslept and got late to the studio that day :)


I'll Never Find Another You

There's a new world somewhere they call the promised land,
And I'll be there someday if you will hold my hand.
I still need you there beside me, no matter what I do,
For I know I'll never find another you.
There is always someone for each of us they say,
And you'll be my someone forever and a day.
I could search the whole world over until my life is through,
But I know I'll never find another you.

It's a long, long journey, so stay by my side.
When I walk through the storm, you'll be my guide, be my guide.

If they gave me a fortune, my pleasure would be small;
I could lose it all tomorrow and never mind at all.
But if I should lose your love dear, I don't know what I'd do,
For I know I'll never find another you.

(Instrumental bridge with wordless vocals)
But if I should lose your love dear, I don't know what I'd do,
For I know I'll never find another you.

Another you,
Another you.

Tom Springfield 1964?

Richard's great Seekers Website:
http://www.telinco.com/Seekers/

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