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A White Sport Coat
Terry Dene Lyrics


a white sport coat and a pink carnation
im all dressed up for the dance
a white sport coat and a pink carnation
im all alone in romance
once you told long ago
to the prom with me you´d go
now you changed your mind it seems
someone else will hold my dreams
a white sport coat and a pink carnation
im in a blue, blue mood
(a white sport coat and a pink carnation)
im all dressed up for the dance
(a white sport coat and a pink carnation)
im all alone in romance
once you told me long ago
to the prom with me you´d go
now you changed your mind it seems
someone else will hold my dreams
a white (a white) sport coat (sport coat) and a pink carnation
im in a blue, blue mood
im in a blue, blue mood
fin

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Adrina The Great

He only scraped into the top 20 with 3 singles, yet due to the lack of talent around and the huge success of the Tommy Steele story they made a film vehicle for him.
He then dodged the draft, got branded a coward " Special privileges for pop stars" then then became a drunk, got arrested etc etc.

ollyhob

i was 17 when this song first came out and i still love it xx

Linda Holt Moorehead

I hope you fell in love with Marty Robbins' recording of this. This is awful!

Stephen Ford

Don't know where this idea of Terry Dene being the British Elvis comes from. Never in a million years!!! He was obscure even 50 years ago. Even people who have lived through the 50's barley remember Terry Dene.

Jennifer Cleaver

Ah, memories!

WOODBINEXX .john r

terry refused to perform this live he hated it so much

corsair919

Of all the rock revival shows I have seen Terry Dene was the best performer, he was about 53 then but looked much younger. He had a lot of success in Sweden.

johnliv8

he was never married to ruby murray,the marriage was with Edna Savage which sadly ended in divorce.

Mark Deville

I grew up at my nans and he was a hero for my aunties I was three at the time

Trevor keyes

a 1950s classic

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