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Published on Nov 14, 2009
"Our Day Will Come" (1963) is a popular song composed by Bob Hilliard and Mort Garson and was first recorded by Ruby & The Romantics later that year. The Ruby & the Romantics version was notable for the use of the Hammond organ and hit the #1 position on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent two weeks in the top spot of the soul singles chart. .
The American West Coast group We Five recorded the song for their second album (1967).
In 1975, Frankie Valli followed up his #6 hit "Swearin' to God" with his version of "Our Day Will Come" to capitalize on the rising popularity of disco. His cover reached the #11 position on the singles charts. His solo career now solidly established (all Frankie Valli singles from the 1960s and his 1974 hit "My Eyes Adored You" were recorded with the Four Seasons), the three Valli hits of 1975 set the stage for the chart and sales comeback for his group, The Four Seasons.