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Let Me Go Lover
Joan Weber Lyrics

(Go . . . go . . . go)

Oh, let me go
Let me go
Let me go, lover
Let me be
Set me free
From your spell

You made me weep
Cut me deep
I can't sleep, lover
I was cursed
From the first
Day I fell

You don't want me
But you want me
To go on wanting you
Now I pray that
You will say that
We're through

Please turn me loose
What's the use?
Let me go, lover
Let me go
Let me go
Let me go

[Repeat: 2X]

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: Benjamin Weisman, Fred Wise, Jenny Lou Carson, Kay Twomey

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Vito Santo

It was 1954 I was fifteen years old ,and seated beside me in my English class was a this very attractive young lady I was smitten from the first time I saw her I fell madly in love with her as only young fifteen year old boys can. We were casual classmates for that period ,but as soon as the bell rang to change class she would disappear .I never got up the nerve to ask her for a date,but she was on my mind day and night,one of my friends would tease me when this song came on the radio. One day four years latter I was at a pool with a bunch of guys when who walks out of the ladies locker room with a friend looking more beautiful as a grown woman .I couldn’t believe my eyes I got up to go over and chat with her ,when out of the men’s locker room come two young men that the ladies obviously were with ,the walked away holding hands. Such is life



Rin Tin Tin

I can relate.

Robert Silvestri

Priceless. You are a Saint, Bob.


Not quite, but thanks! :-)

Robert Stalvey

My late Mother used to play this and tell me the story behind it...ALWAYS reminds me of her when I play it...Thanks Mom.

Peter Smith

im listening to 100 greatest hits of the 1950's this is a stand out, performance

John G

My late Uncle and Aunt told me I use to sing along on the radio to this beautiful song when I was very little. Pretty song. Thank you, John G.

Rube Waddell

Australia's 154th number one hit along with a version by Teresa Brewer.

Jim Hilliker

There is an episode of I Love Lucy in which Lucille Ball sings a few off key bars of this hit song. During the 1955 season, but I don't recall the story line. It was funny when she sang it.

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