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Johnny Burnette - Dreamin`

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                  Johnny Burnette died tragically at the age of 30 in 1964 in a boating accident . 
His singles included - 
1955 You're Undecided / Go Mule Go   
1957 Eager Beaver Baby / Touch Me   
1957 Drinking Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee, Drinking Wine / Butterfingers   
1957 Rock Billy Boogie / If You Want It Enough  
1958 Kiss Me / I'm Restless   
1959 Me and the Bear / Gumbo  
1959 Sweet Baby Doll / I'll Never Love Again  
1959 Settin' the Woods on Fire / Kentucky Waltz   
1960 Don't Do It / Patrick Henry   
1960 Dreamin' / Cincinnati Fireball 
1960 You're Sixteen / I Beg Your Pardon  
1961 Little Boy Sad / (I Go) Down to the River   
1961 Big Big World / Ballad of the One Eyed Jacks 
1961 I've Got a Lot of Things to Do / Girls  
1961 Fools Like Me / Honestly I Do   
1961 God, Country and My Baby / Honestly I Do
1962 Clown Shoes / The Way I Am  
1962 The Fool of the Year / The Poorest Boy in Town   
1962 I Wanna Thank Your Folks / The Giant   
1962 Damn the Defiant / Lonesome Waters  
1962 Tag-Along / Party Girl 
1962 Remember Me (I'm the One Who Loves You) / Time Is Not Enough  
1963 (Wish It Were Saturday Night) All Week Long / It Isn't There   
1964 The Opposite / You Taught Me the Way to Love You   
1964 Walkin', Talkin' Doll / Sweet Suzie   
1964 What a Summer Day / Fountain of Love   
1964 Less Than a Heartbeat / Bigger Man                


Cristina Montalto
Me gusta.
geoff callaghan
I suppose one of the things about being lucky enough to get older is the memories that went with songs like this from an era when bad things never seemed to happen, if only those times could come back!
Glenda Roberts
LOVE LOVE LOVE, johnny burnett
Primrose Haran
love this brilliant
Frank Arago
True classic
sabrina ponnet
one of my favorite songs..........top
Jorge Paxeco
Florence Hammond
Thinking of the 80s
Wasim Riasat
used to listen to this in the eighties.......
Tari Kay
Real music...never to be made like this again. The garbage that is out these days is maddening.