October 2

Girl Of My Best Friend - Ral Donner - You Dont Know What Youve Got (CD)

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Posted 02.09.2019 by Niktilar in category "Rock


  1. By Tokinos on
    Long out of print, here's the Collectables label's "back-to-back hits" CD series with Ral Donner giving us his "Girl of My Best Friend" backed with "You Don't Know What You've Got (Until You Lose It)" - two of his biggest hits from ! It's just like having the 45 rpm record but you don't have to turn it over! Excellent sound quality, too!5/5(1).
  2. By Kazralmaran on
    Title: You Dont Know What Youve Got. Format: CD. Release Date: 24 Apr Artist: Ral Donner. Sku: Catalogue No: CCL Category: Rock.
  3. By Kazizilkree on
    You Don't Know What You've Got (Until You Lose It) 2: Half Heaven, Half Heartache: 3 (What A Sad Way) To Love Somebody: 4: Little Miss Heartbreak: 5: She's Everything (I Wanted You To Be) 6: Please Don't Go: 7: So Close To Heaven: 8: Will You Love Me In Heaven: 9: The Girl Of My Best Friend: Creampuff: Lonely Star: Turn Back The.
  4. By Vira on
    You Don't Know What You've Got (Until You Lose It), a Single by Ral Donner. Released in on Gone (catalog no. ; Vinyl 7").
  5. By Gardanris on
    Ral Donner was a singer who sounded very much like Elvis in the 60s. The tunes on this CD contain the best of his work and they hold up very well today. If you like Elvis's voice, you'll enjoy Ral Donner/5(27).
  6. By Nihn on
    You don't know what you've got until you lose it You gave me you-your love but I misused it I never knew how lonely loneliness could be And now I need you, dear, as you once needed me (oh yeah) uh-huh-huh (oh yeah) oh-oh-yeah So now if you'd come to this lonely heart you own I'd give you all my lovin' like you've never known (bung, bung, bung.
  7. By Goltikazahn on
    Ral Donner Miscellaneous Girl Of My Best Friend Girl Of My Best Friend Ral Donner (Written by Beverly Ross and Sam Bobrick) Peaked at # 19 in Ral's voice sounded so much like Elvis's, he was.
  8. By Doulabar on
    Donner had a short string of US chart singles in the early 60s, most notably the number 4 "You Don't Know What You've Got (Until You Lose It)". He began singing in church in his teens and formed his first band at the age of 13, and began touring two years later.

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