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I Hear You Knocking
Gale Storm Lyrics


You went away and left me long time ago
And now you're knockin' on my door

I hear you knocking but you can't come in
I hear you knocking, go back where you've been
I begged you not to go, but you said goodbye
And now you tell me all your lies
I hear you knocking, but you can't come in
I hear you knocking, go back where you've been

You better get back to your use to be
'Cause your kind of love ain't good for me

I hear you knocking, but you can't come in
I hear you knocking, go back where you've been
I told you way back in Fifty Two
That I would never go with you
I hear you knocking, but you can't come in
I hear you knocking, go back where you've been

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Written by: Pearl King, Dave Bartholomew

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sauquoit13456

On this day in 1955 {November 24th} "I Hear You Knocking" by Gale Storm peaked at #2 {for 3 weeks} on Billboard's 'Most Played In Juke Boxes'* chart, for the three weeks it was at #2, the #1 record for those three weeks was "Sixteen Tons" by Tennessee Ernie Ford...
Also at the time "I Hear You Knockin'" was at #6 on the 'Best Selling In Stores' chart and at #8 on 'Most Played By Jockeys' chart...
Between 1955 and 1957 the Danville, California native had eleven records on the Billboard's chart, six made the Top 10 with the above "I Hear You Knocking" being her biggest hit...
Besides "I Hear You Knocking", her other five Top 10 records were "Memories Are Made Of This" {#5 in 1955}, "Teen Age Prayer" {#6 in 1955}, "Why Do Fools Fall In Love" {#9 in 1956}, "Ivory Tower" {#6 in 1956}, and "Dark Moon" {#4 in 1957}...
Gale Storm, born Josephine Owaissa Cottle, passed away at the age of 87 on June 27th, 2009...
May she R.I.P.
* And from the 'For What It's Worth' department, the remainder of the Most Played In Juke Boxes' Top 10 on November 24th, 1955:
At #3. "Autumn Leaves" by Roger Williams
#4. "Moments To Remember" by the Four Lads
#5. "Shifting, Whispering Sands" by Rusty Draper
#6. "Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing" by the Four Aces
#7. "Only You" by The Platters
#8. "At My Front Door" by Pat Boone
#9. "He" by Al Hibbler
#10. "Shifting, Whispering Sands (Parts I and II)" by Billy Vaughn



All comments from YouTube:

ShawBrothersGirl

Man I wasn't born in this time but wasn't this era just the greatest? The music, the clothes, the purity just great

Steve Alexander

The crappy medicine, the McCarthy Hearings, the lack of internet; the only tube radio, 3 channels TV. Ppl didn't have fricken' air-conditioning, and cars got 8mpg. It took 8 days to get a camera pix developed and printed. There are/were great artists in every age, but let's not pretend that anyone sane would trade quality of life of 2020 with any time in the past. That era was the sh*ts - the artists (some) were great.

Connor J

@DontTreadOnMe IwontTreadOnYou that was way after this though. She was an alcoholic in the 70s

DontTreadOnMe IwontTreadOnYou

@Angela Carleton I heard she struggled with alcoholism but eventually got sober. The alcohol issue probably didn't help either.

Angela Carleton

Yes, it was a purer time where people were gentle, talented and weren't as boastful about themselves as today stars.- I just wished Gale Storm had a better talent manager because she didn't seem to do as well as others show business people. I'm sure her husband was one of the reasons plus she had several children long before she became a star. From what I gathered she didn't perform in other media of show business - Ed Sullivan Show or other talk show host that I can't remember - she would have done better financially. Gale - RIP

areacodine

Pretty racy TV performance for the time.

Gail Evoy

My mother idolized Gale Storm so much so that she felt compelled to name me Gail.

ADKforever

If your mother truly idolized Gale Storm so much then she would have named you GALE. :)

EOdonn4138

When I was a kid growing up in the San Fernando Valley, saw her at the Skating rink on Ventura Blvd in Tarzana. She actually was a pretty darn good skater, but had so many fans around her , she was on the ice for a brief time and took off her skates and left. I remember her being very kind and nice to us kids. Great memory

vincent santa

I WATCHED MY LITTLE MARGIE EACH WEEK, BUT NEVER APPRECIATED THIS BEAUTIFUL PERSON AND GREAT SINGER. I ONLY WISH THAT I WAS SMART ENOUGH TO APPRECIATE HER 50 YEARS AGO..GREAT TALENT. I THINK HOLLYWOOD UNDERATED THIS BEAUTY.

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