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Let Me Belong to You


Download links and information about Let Me Belong to You by Brian Hyland. This album was released in 1962 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Teen Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 31:15 minutes.

Artist: Brian Hyland
Release date: 1962
Genre: Rock, Pop, Teen Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 31:15
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No. Title Length
1. Are You Lonesome Tonight? 2:48
2. I'm Sorry 2:36
3. Bye Bye Love 2:40
4. It Ain't That Way At All 2:23
5. Let Me Belong to You 3:06
6. The Night I Cried 2:49
7. I'll Never Stop Wanting You 2:39
8. Lonely Weekends 2:07
9. Love Me Tender 2:59
10. All Shook Up 2:07
11. Let It Die 2:27
12. Walk a Lonely Mile 2:34



1962's Let Me Belong to You is half made up of his versions of songs that were popular for others like "Are You Lonesome Tonight," "I'm Sorry," "Lonely Weekends," "Bye Bye Love" and "All Shook Up." He really doesn't add anything to the originals at all and it makes the album somewhat less successful than its predecessor. The songs that work are those that were written for him by Gary Geld and Pete Udell like the dramatic ballads "It Ain't That Way at All," "The Night I Cried" and "Let It Die." The songs are loaded with drama, tension and energy. Hyland's vocals don't quite reach Gene Pitney territory; he comes off like Gene's younger, less histrionic brother, though he almost matches him on "Walk a Lonely Mile". Consider the record half-successful then. In 2004 BGO released the record as part of a two-fer with Hyland's 1961 album The Bashful Blond.