Release Me
Engelbert Humperdinck Lyrics


Please release me, let me go,
For I don't love you anymore.
To live a lie would be a sin.
Release me and let me love again.

I have found a new love, dear.
And I will always want her near.
Her lips are warm where yours are cold.
Release me, darling, let me go.
Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: CARLA MARIA WILLIAMS, JONATHAN COFFER

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

2200Z

@Tachanka Main There are those people with timeless voices.
Engelbert Humperdinck
Roy Orbison
Chris Cornell
Freddie Mercury
Patsy Cline
Whitney Houston
Pat Benatar
Ozzy Osbourne
David Coverdale
And, I'm not talking popularity contests here. I'm talking about technical proficiency. I'm glad you found Engelbert at a young age when he has 60 years older.



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George Martin

One of the songs that helped me make it through my tour in Vietnam!

Cindy - Follower of Jesus Christ

I love it, but Ray Price original is the best.

no comment

gimme some loving by Spencer Davis group/ fortunate son by ccr is my music from that period.

Jimmy Bergman

Jesus is God 🦁 and only way to heaven. Check my channel to learn more..

Tommy O'Donnell

You are welcome home, Sir.

Some Buddy

I salute you, Sir! Thank you for serving our country. My father was Army 54-57, 🇺🇸 God bless you.

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Sheila Mattox

Gosh, his voice is timeless. What an amazing singer.

David Gibbs

This must be one of the most beautiful songs ever written.Performed to perfection by one of the best vocalists the UK has ever produced.Elvis did a fine rocking version in Las Vegas in 1970.

not sure

this song carries a tone of haunting ambience that I absolutely love. does anyone else feel the same way?

john francis

I agree Penny Lane was robbed however this is a great song from a great singer

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