Anytime
Eddie Fisher Lyrics


Anytime you're feelin' lonely
Anytime you're feelin' blue
Anytime you feel downhearted
That will prove your love for me is true
Anytime you're thinkin' 'bout me
That's the time I'll be thinkin' of you
So anytime you say you want me back again
That's the time I'll come back home to you

Anytime you're thinkin' 'bout me
That's the time I'll be thinkin' of you
So anytime you say you want me back again
That's the time I'll come back home to you

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: YOUSSEF SOUKOUNA, ALWIN LETER

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

sauquoit13456

In the April 12th, 1952* issue of Billboard Magazine, "Any Time" by Eddie Fisher peaked at #2 {for 2 weeks} on the magazine's 'Most-Played Juke Box Records' chart, for the two weeks it was at #2,the #1 record for both those weeks was "Wheel of Fortune" by Kay Starr...
Also at the time "Any Time" was at #7 on Billboard's 'Records Most-Played By Disk Jockeys' chart...
Between 1948 and 1967 the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania native had sixty two records on the Billboard charts, twenty four made the Top 10 with four reaching #1, "Wish You Were Here" for one week in August of 1952, "I'm Walking Behind You" for seven weeks in June of 1953, "Oh! My Pa-Pa" for eight weeks in January of 1954, and "I Need You" for three weeks in November of 1954...
Three of his sixty two charted records were duets, two with Perry Como and one with the Marlin Sisters...
Edwin Jack Fisher passed away at the age of 82 on September 22nd, 2010...
May he R.I.P.
* And from the 'For What It's Worth' department, the remainder of the Most-Played Juke Box Records' Top 10 on April 12th, 1952:
At #3. "Cry" by Johnnie Ray
#4. "Blue Tango" by Leroy Anderson
#5. "Tell Me Why" by the Four Aces featuring Al Alberts
#6. "Blacksmith Blues" by Ella Mae Morse
#7. "Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania" by Guy Mitchell
#8. "Guy Is A Guy" by Doris Day
#9. "Blue Tango" by Guy Lombardo
#10. "Hambone" by Frankie Laine and Jo Stafford



All comments from YouTube:

EdWatts

Mr. Fisher was on "The Andy Williams Show" with Williams and Bobby Darin, and he was obviously the best singer of the group. He was blessed with an excellent vocal instrument; he never received any lessons or training until late in his career, and that was mostly to build his confidence back after giving up his addiction to methamphetamine. The world grew a little bit sadder with his passing. R.I.P., Mr. Fisher.

maureen1938

Thank you for posting this video, I still think Eddie Fisher has a lovely voice. It's a pleasure to listen to him.

CarlDuke

Eddie's was the third hit version on this one, and the best. Eddy Arnold, the famed Tennessee Plow Boy also had a very fine recording of this. The first version was by Emmett Miller in 1921 and sounds very different. It is elsewhere on youtube with extra lyrics and very interesting. Miller was an old blackface comedian and singer, and a big influence on the great Hank Williams.

bradly2007

From a darkened room 70's in Vegas, this grand voice filled the Riviera Showroom with "Anytime" as the opener in middle of audience in a tux...a stunning opener with spot lighting up legendary Eddie Fisher and we were under his spell and never forgot it...a great singer whose career should have continued and in the seventies he was still awesome and what a voice!!!

Peter Lynch

What a sure hand Eddie Fisher had with this song! Such a voice.

IreneTH

I used to own most of Eddie's records when I was in Jr-Sr high school. His voice is as good as I remember. Nice to hear him again.

windstorm1000

big hit for him--sings it effortlessly as usual

maureen1938

Down Memory lane we go again with this delightful share with Eddie Fisher another big favourite of mine so thank you again for posting this.

kenji suzki

Miss him!!(’-’*)♪

James D. Lethgo

just beautful

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