George Hamilton IV - A Rose And A Baby Ruth mp3 album
A Rose and a Baby Ruth" is a song written by John D. Loudermilk. The song was published in 1956. The best-known version was recorded by George Hamilton IV. The song reached number 6 on the Billboard magazine pop chart. A Rose and a Baby Ruth" showed regional appeal in country music, foreshadowing Hamilton's highly successful career, in the 1960s
"A Rose and a Baby Ruth" was issued in UK as "A Rose and a Candy Bar"as the Baby Ruth bar was unknown there. George Hamilton IV and Friends Biography Page. "George Hamilton IV". Grand Ole Opry. "George Hamilton IV Album & Song Chart History – Country Songs". Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved June 13, 2011. "George Hamilton IV Album & Song Chart History – Hot 100".
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A Rose and a Baby Ruth. Artist: George Hamilton IV. Album: Banned By the BBC: Songs You Never Heard On the Radio, 2016. Charted at on Billboard Hot 100 in November 1956. This was George's first hit and his biggest on the Hot 100. Although he charted several more times on the Hot 100, he became even more successful as a country singer, having many hits on the Billboard Country chart throughout the 1960's and 1970's. Written by John D. B-side is "If You Don't Know".
Rose And A Baby Ruth. This song is by George Hamilton IV and appears on the album Fort Worth, Dallas Or Houston (1964). Doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo We had a quarrel a teenage quarrel now I'm as blue as I know how to beI can't call you on the phone I can't even see you at your home So I'm sending you this present just to prove I was telling the truthDear I believe you won't laugh when you receive this rose and a Baby Ruth.
|A1||A Rose And A Baby Ruth||2:23|
|A2||Truck Driving Man||2:25|
|A3||The Last Letter||2:58|
|A5||You Are My Sunshine||2:08|
|B1||Walking The Floor Over You||2:15|
|B2||(That's What You Get) For Lovin' Me||2:19|
|B3||The Roving Gambler||2:20|
|B4||I Will Miss You When You Go||2:43|
|B5||The Ballad Of Widder Jones (And Her Twenty-Five Acres Of Sand)||2:11|
- A&R Coordinator – Fred Allen
|CAS-2200||George Hamilton IV||A Rose And A Baby Ruth (LP)||RCA Camden||CAS-2200||Germany||1968|