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Songs with face in the title

By Rasma RaistersPublished 2 months ago 3 min read

“I See Your Face Again” is a song recorded by the Dutch rock band Sandy Coast. The band was successful in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The song is on their debut album, And Their Name is… from 1968. 

“A Face In the Crowd” is a song co-written and recorded by American musician Tom Petty. The song was released in 1990 as the fourth single from his first solo album, Full Moon Fever. The song made it on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. 

“Funny Face” is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Donna Fargo. It came out in 1972 and is the second single from the album The Happiest Girl in the Whole USA. The song made it to number one on the country chart and became a Gold record. The song also crossed over to the pop chart and became her only Top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

“Lonely Night (Angel Face)” is a song written by Neil Sedaka. The song was first recorded by Sedaka and is on his 1975 album The Hungry Years. The song became popular when covered by the American pop music duo Captain & Tennille, who got it on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It became their first hit and reached number one on the Cashbox chart. The song became a Gold record.

“Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again” is an Australian rock song written by Doc Neeson, John Brewster, and Rick Brewster. It was performed by their group The Angels. It was written as a ballad but re-released as a rock song and made it on the Australian chart. It is the lead single from their album Live Line.

“The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” is a 1957 folk song that was written by British political singer and songwriter Ewan MacColl for Peggy Seeger, whom he later married. Seeger sang the song when the duo performed in folk clubs around Britain. The song became an international hit when it was recorded by American singer Roberta Flack in 1969. Flack’s version was used by Clint Eastwood in his 1971 directorial film debut, “Play Misty for Me.” Flack’s version went to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and Easy Listening charts and charted on the R&B chart.

“I’ve Just Seen a Face” is a song by the English rock band The Beatles. It came out in 1965 and is on their album Help! In North America, the song was the opening track on their album Rubber Soul. It was written and sung by Paul McCartney and credited to Lennon-McCartney. The song is a cheerful love ballad about love at first sight. It is among the first Beatles songs McCartney played live with his group Wings, and versions from their 1975-76 world tour appeared on the 1976 live album Wings Over America.

“Two Faces Have I” is a song that was written by Twyla Herbert and Lou Christie. It was performed by American pop and soft rock singer and songwriter Lou Christie in his signature falsetto. The song was produced by Nick Cenci and featured on Christie’s 1963 album Lou Christie. The song charted on the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B charts. Billboard ranked the song at number 44 on the list of Top Records of 1963. 

“Let’s Face the Music and Dance” is a song written in 1936 by Irving Berlin for the movie “Follow the Fleet” It was introduced by Fred Astaire and featured in a dance duet with Astaire and Ginger Rogers. It is a jazz song that has been covered by many different artists. The song follows the syncopations and rhythmic nuance of the swing period dominant at that time.

“I Don’t Wanna Face It” is a song written by John Lennon in 1977. The song was released in 1984 on Lennon’s posthumous album Milk and Honey. The song was written as a series of home demos during his house-husband period. He performed on an acoustic guitar and featured a drum machine backing. 

The musical muse is forming there are hands, arms, eyes, and now a face:

70s music

About the Creator

Rasma Raisters

My passions are writing and creating poetry. I write for several sites online and have four themed blogs.

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