No Other Arms
The Chordettes Lyrics


No other arms, no other lips
No other love but you

We've had our stormy weather
We've had our sunshine too
We've shared them both together
And I'm still here with you

Sometimes I made you happy
Sometimes I made you blue
But love kept us together
And I'm still here with you

No other arms, no other lips
No other love beside me
No other star of love
Above to guide me

Someday you'll go to heaven
As all good angels do
I'll find my way to heaven
So I'll be there with you

No other arms, no other lips
No other love but you

Lyrics © HELENE BLUE MUSIQUE LTD
Written by: KRAMER, WHITNEY, ZARET

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sauquoit13456

Lynn Evans Mand, the lead singer of the vocal harmony group the Chordettes, passed away on February 6th, 2020 at the age of 95...
She joined the group in 1952 when their lead singer could not make a show in Mand’s hometown of Youngstown, Ohio. She was asked to step in and was invited to join the group. After the Chordettes disbanded in the 1960s, Mand moved to Long Island and became a special education teacher...
Between 1954 and 1961 the quartet had thirteen records on the Top 100 chart, four made the Top 10 with one reaching #1, "Mr. Sandman", for 2 weeks on Billboard's Best Sellers in Stores, Most Played by Jockeys, and Most Played on Juke Boxes charts...
Besides "Mr. Sandman", their three other Top 10 records were "Born to Be With You" {#5 in 1956}, "Just Between You and Me" {#8 in 1957}, and "Lollipop"* {#2 for 1 week in 1958}...
May Ms. Mand R.I.P.
* The week "Lollipop" was at #2, the #1 record for that week was "Tequila" by the Champs...
And from the 'For What It's Worth' department, their covered version of "No Other, Arms, No Other Lips" peaked at #27 {for 1 week} on March 24th, 1959...

Brenda Freitag

Thanks for posting! beautiful harmony, beautiful song . . .

Rosemary Aloisio

Great quality sound.

Gerhard Müller

Ich kenne diesen Song schon seit den Sechzigern und liebe nicht nur die Musik, sondern auch den Text. Ich wollte den Song meiner Liebsten vorspielen, und

Gerhard Müller

dachte, sie würde gleich verstehen, was ich ihr damit sagen wollte. Aber sie hörte gar nicht hin, weil sie die Musik nicht gut fand. Sehr schade!

Earthling Forever

February, 1959. :)

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