I Think of You - 1971

My Days of Loving You

Music by Eddie Snyder  
with lyrics by Richard Ahlert
Roncom Music Co., 1971 ASCAP
Arranged and Conducted by Don Costa
with the Ray Charles Singers
Produced by Don Costa
Recorded  at RCA's Studio A, New York City
Recording Engineer: Tony Salvatore
Recording Time 2:35
Recorded  April 26th, 1971  ~  Matrix No. APA1-4664 Take 9 
Single release: RCA-45RPM-74-0518-A
Single Flip Side: "Yesterday I Heard the Rain"
Charted Adult Contemporary No. 31
" As the great popular singers of the 1940s moved into their golden years, they tended to become contemplative. Frank Sinatra made emotional musical statements with "It Was a Very Good Year" and "My Way". Peggy Lee asked "Is That All There Is?" Tony Bennett made fine musical drama with "This Is All I Ask". And here Perry muses about the high points in a rich life, in a moving ballad by the team of pianist Eddie Snyder and lyricist Richard Ahlert. The song is emotionally charged, although quite low-key and relaxed in melody. "

( notes from "The Incomparable Como" Readers Digest UK compilation 1975 )

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