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These pages present a song by song guide to Lyn Paul's solo recordings.

Check the On Disc page for a discography of Lyn's solo releases as well as earlier recordings with The Nocturnes and the New Seekers which feature her singing the lead vocal.

If you're searching for a particular song or songwriter you may also use the Songs and Songwriters Index.


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Here Comes That Wonderful Feeling

Written by: Mike Redway
Produced by: Mike Redway
Arranged by: Brian Bennett

For the second time Lyn released a single with one of her mum's songs on the B-side. The A-side is another of those upbeat bright and shiny numbers that Polydor was keen for Lyn to record

B-side: How Long Will I Love You

Written by: Doreen Belcher
Produced by: Mike Redway
Arranged by: Brian Bennett

How much do I love you
And need you here by my side?
How much do I love you?
Until the end of time.
I'll love you, darling,
Till rivers cease to flow.
I want you by my side
Till stars forget to glow.

How long will I love you
Through Spring and life's Winter snow?
How long will I love you?
Till flowers forget how to grow.
Is there a longer time than forever?
Well, if it's true,
That's how long, my darling, I'll love you.

I'll love you, darling,
Till rivers cease to flow.
I want you by my side
Till stars forget to glow.

How long will I love you
Through Spring and life's Winter snow?
How long will I love you?
Till flowers forget how to grow.
Is there a longer time than forever?
Well, if it's true,
That's how long, my darling, I'll love you.
That's how long, my darling, I'll love you.

Copyright © Doreen Belcher.
Lyrics reproduced with the permission of Lyn Paul.

Catalogue Number: Polydor 2058 655
Released: 7th November 1975


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Hold Me

Written by: Buckley / Davis / Leigh
Produced by: Steve Buckley / Henry Hadaway

An up-tempo single recorded by Lyn with her brother Paul and released in 1983 on the Crash label under the name Future Primitive. With the sound of the synthesizer dominating the charts, Lyn gave '80s electro a whirl. The result is certainly a change from the ballads and sing-alongs of the '70s. The Human League meets Dollar?

B-side: Perfection

Written by: Keff McCulloch
Arranged by: Keff McCulloch

Catalogue Number: CRA 600
Released: 1983


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Hurt

Written by: Jimmie Crane / Al Jacobs
Produced by: Rod Edwards / Nick Magnus
Arranged by: Rod Edwards / Nick Magnus

Featured on the album: Late Night.
MP3 available from: iTunes.

Hurt has been a hit in the USA for five different artists: first for Roy Hamilton, who took the song to number 8 in the R&B chart in 1955; then for Timi Yuro, who made it to number 4 in the mainstream chart in 1961. The R&B vocal group Little Anthony and the Imperials charted with Hurt in 1966 (US number 51), while Elvis Presley and the Manhattans both had hits with the song a decade later. The Manhattans' version barely made it into the chart at all in the USA, peaking at number 97. Elvis, by contrast, made it to number 28. In the UK the tables were turned: Elvis stalled at number 37, while the Manhattans took the song to number 4.

Lyn Paul's favourite version of Hurt is the one by Timi Yuro. Speaking to showbiz writer Phil Penfold, she said: "I read ... that Ms. Yuro had gone into a record company, demanded to see a producer, and then sang this for him – and he immediately rushed her into a studio, and it became a huge hit" (Doncaster Free Press, 17th April 2007).

Hurt was written by Jimmie Crane and Al Jacobs, whose other songs include: Ev'ry Day Of My Life (a US hit for the McGuire Sisters in 1956 and for Bobby Vinton in 1972), I Need You Now (a US hit for Eddie Fisher, Joni James and Ronnie Dove) and If I Gave My Heart To You (a hit in the UK and the USA for Doris Day in 1954 and a US-only hit for Kitty Kallen in 1959).

Released: 18th September 2006


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I Don't Believe You Ever Loved Me

Written by: Leray
Produced by: Terry Brown
Arranged by: Kenny Woodman

A plaintive ballad with a haunting melody, this is one of Lyn's best singles.

Lyn's name was misspelled with an extra "n" on this single.

B-side: Let Me Be The One

Written by: D. Belcher
Produced by: Terry Brown
Arranged by: Kenny Woodman

A popular song title *, this Let Me Be The One was written by Lyn's mum. It was the fourth time that one of her songs had been used as a B-side for one of Lyn's singles.

* The Shadows represented the UK in the 1975 Eurovision Song Contest with a song of the same title. Ten years later Five Star had a hit with yet another song called Let Me Be The One.


Let me be the one you always turn to,
Let me be the one who's always there.
When you need a friend to come and tell your troubles to
There's nobody around who understands.
Maybe I will do.

I will be around when things go wrong for you,
A steady hand to hold, I'll see you through.
Don't be on your own; I'm here anytime at all.
My number there's to call, night or day.
Oh, but anyway, let me be the one.

Let me be the one,
I will be around.

If you call on me, I'll sing for you
A song of yellow daisies...
(We met in a field of yellow daisies).

Let me be the one you always turn to,
Let me be the one who's always there.
When you need a friend to come and tell your troubles to
There's nobody around who understands.
Well, maybe I will do.

Oh, I will be around when things go wrong for you,
A steady hand to hold, I'll see you through.
Don't be on your own; I'm here anytime at all.
My number there's to call, night or day.
Oh, but anyway...

Oh, let me be the one you always turn to,
Let me be the one who's always there.

Copyright © Doreen Belcher.

Catalogue Number: Pye 7N 46026
Released: 21st October 1977


I Don't Believe you Ever Loved Me (A-side).

"If you value your head on your shoulders, it's LYN... one N! Aargh!!!!"

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I Only Have Eyes For You

Written by: Al Dubin / Harry Warren
Produced by: Rod Edwards / Nick Magnus
Arranged by: Rod Edwards / Nick Magnus

Featured on the album: Late Night.
MP3 available from: iTunes.

I Only Have Eyes For You, from the film musical Dames starring Joan Blondell, was originally a hit for Ben Selvin in 1934. The song was revived by the Flamingos in 1959 (their version reached number 11 in the US singles chart). Versions by the Lettermen and Jerry Butler were also minor US hits in 1966 and 1972 respectively.

The song has become a standard, recorded by artists from many generations, among them: Louis Armstrong, Tony Bennett, George Benson, Teresa Brewer, Rosemary Clooney, Doris Day. Sacha Distel, Percy Faith, Ella Fitzgerald, Erroll Garner, Stan Getz, Benny Goodman, Billie Holiday, Etta James, Al Jolson, Peggy Lee, Dean Martin, Johnny Mathis, Elaine Paige, Billy Paul, Cliff Richard, Kenny Rogers, Dinah Shore, Carly Simon, Frank Sinatra, Kay Starr, Rod Stewart and Mary Wells. It was only in 1975, however, when Art Garfunkel took his version to the top of the chart, that I Only Have Eyes For You become a hit single in the UK.

Songwriter Harry Warren (1893-1981) wrote many other classic songs. Among them are some of Hollywood's greatest hits: Lullaby Of Broadway (from Gold Diggers Of 1935), Chattanooga Choo Choo (from Sun Valley Serenade) and You'll Never Know (from Hello, Frisco, Hello).

Released: 18th September 2006


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I'll Be Home

Written by: Randy Newman
Produced by: Four Times Over
Arranged by: Four Times Over
Engineers: Alan Lewis (Lyn's vocals); Chris Muller (instruments); Hans Pieters (final mix)

Featured on the album: A Tribute From The Heart.

I'll Be Home was written by singer-songwriter Randy Newman, who included the song on his 1971 album Randy Newman Live. He recorded it again (with strings) for his 1977 album Little Criminals. Prior to his own recordings Newman had recorded the song with Harry Nilsson for the album Nilsson Sings Newman, featuring Newman on piano and Nilsson on vocals.

Lyn Paul first recorded I'll Be Home with the New Seekers for the group's 1971 album Beautiful People. Lyn re-recorded the song in 2008 for a tribute album for former-New Seeker Peter Doyle.

I'll Be Home has also been recorded by Vikki Carr, Alan Clarke (Hollies), Lorraine Ellison, Tim Hardin, Mama Cass, Anne Murray, Curtis Stigers, Barbra Streisand and Scott Walker.

Released: 28th July 2008


Lyn Paul and Alan Lewis.

Lyn Paul and Alan Lewis pictured at the recording of vocal tracks for
A Tribute From The Heart.

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I'll Be Seeing You

Written by: Sammy Fain / Irving Kahal
Engineered by: Alan Lewis

Featured on the album: A Tribute From The Heart.

Lyn Paul sang some of the lines from I'll Be Seeing You without any instrumental backing as a bonus track on the Peter Doyle tribute album A Tribute From The Heart.

I'll be seeing you
In every lovely summer's day;
In every thing that's light and gay.
I'll always think of you that way.

I'll find you
In the morning sun
And when the night is new.
I'll be looking at the moon,
But I'll be seeing you.

The song comes from the Broadway musical Right This Way, with music by Sammy Fain and lyrics by Irving Kahal. It was published in 1938 and became a number 1 hit for Bing Crosby in 1944 when it was featured in a film of the same name starring Ginger Rogers and Joseph Cotten. In the 1950s it was used as the theme song for Liberace's television show.

A particular favourite with the "crooners", I'll Be Seeing You has been recorded by a long list of other artists, among them: Tony Bennett, Michael Bublé, the Carpenters, Rosemary Clooney, Judy Collins, Billie Holiday, Engelbert Humperdinck, Brenda Lee, Peggy Lee, Dean Martin, Johnny Mathis, Liza Minnelli, Anne Murray, Linda Ronstadt, Frank Sinatra and Rod Stewart.

Released: 28th July 2008


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I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles

Written by: Jaan Kenbrovin (a collective pseudonym for the writers James Kendis, James Brockman and Nat Vincent) and John Kellette.
Produced by: Rod Edwards / Nick Magnus

Featured on the album: Late Night.

Lyn Paul included the chorus of I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles as a bonus track on her album Late Night. The song was originally a hit for Ben Selvin's Novelty Orchestra in 1919 and became a music hall favourite in the 1920s. In the late 1920s it was adopted as the club anthem by supporters of West Ham United, though the line "They fly so high, Nearly reach the sky", as sung by the fans, became "They fly so high, They reach the sky".

When Lyn Paul was interviewed by David Jensen on Capital Gold's From The Bottom To The Top, Lyn explained that she'd added the track for her husband, Alan: "I sing 'Bubbles' for him, because he's a West Ham fan - no backing, just 'Bubbles'!"

'Bubbles' has been recorded by many other artists, among them Max Bygraves, Doris Day, Vera Lynn, Dean Martin, Mrs. Mills and Cyril Stapleton. The West Ham United Cup Squad recorded the song in 1975, reaching number 31 in the UK singles chart. Five years later the Cockney Rejects also had a minor hit with a punk version of the song (UK number 35).

Released: 18th September 2006


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If Everybody Loved The Same As You (single cover).

The front cover of
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1977
Song For Europe,
If Everybody
Loved The Same
As You


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If Everybody Loved The Same As You

Written by: Geoff Stephens / Don Black
Produced by: Ron Roker / Gerry Shury
Arranged by: Ron Roker / Gerry Shury

Available on the CD: Puppets On A String.

If Everybody Loved The Same As You was Lyn Paul's first single for the Pye record label. Despite the move from Polydor, Lyn continued to work with Ron Roker and Gerry Shury, who had produced and arranged her previous single Mama Don't Wait For Me.

If Everybody Loved The Same As You
was one of the entries in the 1977 Song For Europe contest held on 9th March. Coincidentally, Ron Roker and Gerry Shury had written one of the other entries - High Society's Just For You. Bizarrely, both songs scored exactly the same number of points, ending up in a tie for sixth place. Lynsey de Paul and Mike Moran won the contest with the song Rock Bottom. They went on to represent the UK in that year's Eurovision Song Contest, in which they came second.

For Ron Roker perseverance paid off in 1983 when he won the Song For Europe with the aptly-titled I'm Never Giving Up. Co-written with Jan Pulsford and Phil Wigger, the song was performed at the Eurovision Song Contest in Munich by Sweet Dreams, who finished in sixth place.

Song For Europe 1977

Artist / Song / Songwriters Points Pos.
Lynsey de Paul and Mike Moran
Rock Bottom
(Lynsey de Paul / Mike Moran)
143 1st
Mary Mason
What Do You Say To Love
(Nick Ryan / Robin Slater)
132 2nd
The Foundations
Where Were You When I Needed Your Love
(John McLeod / Dave Myers)
126 3rd
Rags
Promises, Promises
(Richard Gillinson / David Hays)
120 4th
Wesley, Park and Smith
After All This Time
(Gary Benson / Dave Mindel)
106 5th
Lyn Paul
If Everybody Loved The Same As You
(Don Black / Geoff Stephens)
74 6th
High Society
Just For You
(Biddu / Gerry Shury / Ron Roker)
74 6th
Sweet Sensation
You're My Sweet Sensation
(Melvyn Taggart / Raymond Roberts)
73 8th
Tony Monopoly
Leave A Little Love
(Alan Hawkshaw / Ray Cameron)
66 9th
Beano
Everybody Knows
(Freddie Philips)
60 10th
Carl Wayne
A Little Give, A Little Take
(Roger Greenaway / Tony Macaulay)
59 11th
Val Stokes
Swings and Roundabouts
(Nicholas Portlock / Richard Crewe)
57 12th


25 years after its first release If Everybody Loved The Same As You was included on a compilation CD, Puppets On A String. Titled after Sandie Shaw's Eurovision winner from 1967, the CD is a collector's item - the first (and so far the only) officially released CD to include one of Lyn's singles. The sleeve notes, written by Maria Callous, describe If Everybody Loved The Same As You as "a seemingly re-written version of You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me ... a strong song, typical of the New Seekers but it obviously sounded out of date to the juries who were busy choosing another blonde."

The song-writing partnership behind If Everybody Loved The Same As You had separately provided Lyn Paul with songs on previous occasions. Geoff Stephens co-wrote Lyn's number 1 hit with the New Seekers, You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me (released in 1973) and the follow-up I Get A Little Sentimental Over You (which reached number 5 in 1974). Don Black co-wrote Lyn's first solo single, Sail The Summer Winds (also in 1974).

Don Black and Geoff Stephens went on to write the musical Dear Anyone, which spawned Hot Chocolate's 1978 hit I'll Put You Together Again and which featured ex-New Seeker Peter Oliver singing a ballad entitled Sleeping Like A Baby Now.

Other notable songs by Geoff Stephens include the New Vaudeville Band's number 4 hit Winchester Cathedral and There's A Kind Of Hush - a hit for Herman's Hermits in 1967 and for the Carpenters in '76.

B-side: By My Side

The B-side of If Everybody Loved The Same As You was written by Lyn's mum.

Written by: D. Belcher
Produced by: Ron Roker / Gerry Shury
Arranged by: Ron Roker / Gerry Shury

By my side,
That's how it ought to be.
By my side,
That's how it's meant to be.

I want you there in the morning
When the sun caresses the sky.
I need you there in the evening
When I'm tired and low, its nice to know
We're lying here and we'll be one tonight.
By my side,
No one could feel so right.

Just let me know now and then
That your love won't fly away
And by my side,
Is where you'll stay.

I want you there in the morning
When the sun caresses the sky.
I need you there in the evening
When I'm tired and low, its nice to know
We're lying here and we'll be one tonight.
By my side,
No one could feel so right.

Just let me know now and then
That your love won't fly away
And by my side,
Is where you'll stay.

Let me know now and then
That your love won't fly away
And by my side,
Is where you'll stay.

Just let me know now and then
That your love won't fly away
And by my side,
Is where you'll stay.

Just let me know now and then...

Copyright © Doreen Belcher.

Catalogue Number: Pye 7N 45678
Released: March 1977


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In My Life

Written by: John Lennon / Paul McCartney
Produced by: Rod Edwards / Nick Magnus
Arranged by: Rod Edwards / Nick Magnus

Featured on the album: Late Night.
MP3 available from: iTunes.

In My Life was first recorded by The Beatles for the 1965 album Rubber Soul.

Since then the song has been recorded by Cilla Black, Glen Campbell, Johnny Cash, Judy Collins, José Feliciano, Lena Horne, Bette Midler, Nana Mouskouri, Ozzy Osbourne, Rod Stewart. Bonnie Tyler and Don Williams.

Nick Magnus, who co-produced Lyn's version of In My Life, had previously contributed a number of arrangements of Lennon and McCartney songs to the West End musical All You Need Is Love.

Released: 18th September 2006


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It Must Be Love

Written by: Labi Siffre
Produced by: David Mackay

Featured on the album: Give Me Love.
Featured on the compilation album: 20 Super Hits - Super Stars.

In 1971 It Must Be Love was a Top 20 UK hit for the much under-rated songwriter Labi Siffre (Pye International 7N 25572). It was subsequently a Top 5 hit for Madness (Stiff BUY 134) in 1981. Lyn's version features an orchestral arrangement which marks it apart from these other versions.

Released: June 1975


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It Oughta Sell A Million

Written by: Bill Backer / Billy Davis / Roger Cook / Roger Greenaway
Produced by: David Mackay
Arranged by: David Mackay

Featured on the album: Give Me Love.
Featured on the compilation albums: 20 Blazing Bullets, 20 Super Hits - Super Stars.

Released as a single in the Summer of '75, It Oughta Sell A Million was written by the same team of songwriters who wrote the New Seekers' hit I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony). Both songs were featured in television commercials for Coca-Cola. There's even a sly reference to the ad on the single. Note the phrase "It's the real thing" etched into the vinyl on the A-side!

Lyn joked about the single in a radio interview in 2009: "I'll never forget when it was released... the critique came out and it said: 'Lyn Paul's new release, It Oughta Sell A Million' - and it had written underneath: 'It won't!" (Ready Steady Sunday, Bay Radio, 7th June 2009). Although it didn't sell a million the single did enter the UK singles chart in the week ending 28th June 1975 and, as Lyn said: "It got me on 'Top Of The Pops' so what do I care!" The single spent six weeks in the hit parade, peaking at number 37 in the week ending 12th July. That week Lyn was interviewed by Ray Fox-Cumming. She explained how the record had come about:

"Five years ago we [the New Seekers] recorded about half a dozen jingles for Coca-Cola. The tune of 'I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing' was one of them and the tune of 'It Oughta Sell A Million' was another.

Only a couple of months ago I was watching TV and was flabbergasted to hear the 'Oughta Sell A Million' tune dug out after all this time. So then we approached Roger Greenaway to write special lyrics to the tune and I went and recorded it with help from Peter Doyle, who was one of the original New Seekers."
(Record Mirror, July 1975)

Later in 1975 Roger Cook had a Christmas hit when Dana's recording of It's Gonna Be A Cold Cold Christmas reached number 4 in the UK charts. Prior to this he had written hits for a variety of recording artists - Cilla Black (Conversations, Something Tells Me); Blue Mink (Banner Man, Good Morning Freedom, Melting Pot, Randy, Stay With Me); Congregation (Softly Whispering I Love You); the Drifters (Like Sister and Brother); the Fortunes (This Golden Ring, You've Got Your Troubles); the Hollies (Gasoline Alley Bred, Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress); Gene Pitney (Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart) and White Plains (My Baby Loves Lovin').

B-side: The Waiting Game

The B-side of It Oughta Sell A Million was written by Lyn's mum. The phrase "mum's the word" is etched into the vinyl.

In an interview with Brian Beacom in 2017 Lyn Paul recalled how the idea of her mum writing songs had been sparked by Rod Stewart: “We were at a party at my house one night and having a lovely time, but Rod had a chat with my mum and told her I should write my own B-sides... But I’d never written a song in my life and hadn’t a clue how to do it so my mother decided she would. She had never written a song either, but ended up writing four country songs that I recorded. She was an incredible woman." (Evening Times (Glasgow), 2nd September 2017, page 36)

Written by: Doreen Belcher
Produced by: No credit given
Arranged by: No credit given

You told me that it's over now,
But still I'll play the waiting game.
I'll not ask where you are,
Or how you are,
Or if you're comin' back again.

They told me that it wouldn't last,
They knew that you were bad for me.
I tell them you are gone,
And I'm alone,
And things look pretty grim for me.

Oh why are you leaving now?
I thought that you wanted me.
I've seen you with another love.
Will you leave her someday too?
And if you do...

Remember I'm still waiting here.
I'll not demand a thing of you.
So won't you please think of me.
My waiting game will end when you come back to me.

Oh why are you leaving now?
I thought that you wanted me.
I've seen you with another love.
Will you leave her someday too?
And if you do...

Remember I'm still waiting here.
I'll not demand a thing of you.
So won't you please think of me.
My waiting game will end when you come back to me.

Copyright © Doreen Belcher.

Catalogue Number: Polydor 2058 602
Released: 6th June 1975

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