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My heart belongs to only you
I've never loved as I love you
You've set a flame within me burning
A flame to stay within me yearning
It's just for you I want to live
It's just to you my heart I give
I'll always be your slave my darling
Through the coming years

There were sometimes whe I was doubtful
Of this new love affair
But now my mind is no more doubtful
I've found my heaven with the help of a prayer

You are the song within my soul
A melody that can't grow old
I've known for long
My heart belongs to only you

You are the song within my soul
A melody that can't grow old
I've known for long
My heart belongs to only you



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    Charles JansonYesterday at 3:11 pm
    This song reached #2 adult contemporary and #9 pop during 1964. The lyrics possibly describes a new love that has lasted for a while. He may have had others that he has loved, but he says that "I've never loved as I love you" He also admits that he was doubful at first "of this new love affair" Corrected lyrics "There were sometimes when I was doubful" Placed a comma after "But," because Vinton paused slightly. He admits that he said a prayer before finding his heavenly love. The music recording fades out which normally sounds strange during a live performance. Billboard Magazine called Vinton the "the all-time most successful love singer of the 'Rock-Era'". From 1962 through 1972, Vinton had more Billboard #1 hits than any other male vocalist, including Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra. Vinton and his wife, Dolores "Dolly" Dobbins Vinton, have been married since December 17, 1962. This song was originally written by Frank Daniels and Dorothy Daniels. Vinton's version appeared as Track 5 on Side 2 of his 1964 "There! I Said It Again" studio album. With the exception of "Warm and Tender" (co-written by Vinton), the entire album consists of songs that were made popular during the 1940's and early 1950's.

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