At Last
Richard Berry Lyrics

At last, my love has come along
my lonely days are over, and life is like a song
At last,the skies above are blue
My heart was wrapped in clover
Every since the night I looked at you

And I found a dream that I could speak to
A dream to call my own
I found a thrill to press my cheek to
A thrill I'd never known
When you smiled, and then the spell was cast
And here we are in Heaven, I found my love at last

I found a dream that I could speak to,
A dream to call my own
I found a thrill to press my cheek to
A thrill like I had never known
You smiled, when you smiled at me that was how the spell was cast
And here we are in Heaven
I found my love at last

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Written by: Harry Warren, Mack Gordon

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Paul Riofski

Superb post, Charles! Very interesting to hear this rendition of "At Last", long before Etta James recorded her iconic version, which hit #2 on the R&B charts in 1960.


Glad you liked it Paul




Never heard it by him. But it's still a great song 🎼🎼🎼🎼
Awesome post again 👌🎵🎵🎵


Thanx Nena


Richard Berry is one of the most important figures in music during the 20th Century. The voice of the 19 year old Berry, heard here on "At Last" in '54, was used later in that year by the great Johnny Otis to join Etta James on her seminal "Dance (Roll) With Me Henry"( a/k/a The Wallflower) release which went on to fame in the Winter months of 1955. Five years later Etta James took her shot at covering "At Last". The Dreamers were a female group who later became known as The Blossoms. In the 1957-58 school year Darlene Love was added to The (Dreamers) Blossoms. Berry also loaned his voice in 1954 to Lieber & Stoller for the menacing dialogue of "Riot In Cell Block 9" by The Robins. Richard Berry, in his spare time, wrote and recorded the original Rock n' Roll version of "Louie, Louie" in 1955 for release in '57 and then penned and recorded the original version of "Have Love, Will Travel in late 1959 as Richard Berry and The Pharaohs.


Great Info.

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