The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 169

The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 169

Welcome to the 1951 Rolling Review Show which features pieces of music I have enjoyed at some time in my life. I hope you enjoy them as well. Let me know if you do. Sometimes I feel that each song here is a little personal voyage for me on a vast and beautiful ocean of musical memories. Thank you so much for joining me. I really appreciate your company.

Ken Dodd – “Think of me (Wherever you are)”

This is a single released in 1975 by the legendary comedian and singer Ken Dodd who passed away recently.

Now the sun’s going down, at the end of the day,
It’s a lonely old town, you’re a thousand miles away,
Here I sit all alone, picturing your smile,
Till the day you come home, darling once in a while,

Think of me, wherever you are,
Wherever you are, I’m thinking of you,
And my love will shine, like the bright evening star,
That is shining on you, wherever you are,

Now the moon’s in the sky, and I’m missing you so,
Time slowly goes by, as the days come and go,
Till you’re home once again, this is all I can say,
Darling just now and then, at the end of each day,

Think of me, wherever you are,
Wherever you are, I am longing to be,
Every night I know, no matter how far,
That wherever you are, you’re thinking of me,

So goodnight, and God Bless, wherever you may be,
The moon you can see, it’s shining on me,
We may be worlds apart, but the love we knew then,
Will be saved in my heart, till we meet again,

Think of me, wherever you are,
Wherever you are, I am thinking of you,
And my love will shine, like the bright evening star,
That is shining on you, wherever you are,
Think of me….think of me.

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4 responses to “The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 169

  1. I found Ken Dodd, much like Harry Secombe, very difficult to listen to because I am waiting for them to burst out into a state of silliness at any moment! 🙂

  2. Truly a great all-rounder. He could carry a tune. I’d forgotten about this one, I think I prefer it to ‘Happiness’, which is the one most people seem to quote.

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