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... in regard to Jolson, Chaplin considered having "This Is My Song" recorded by Petula Clark who had a home in Switzerland near his residence ... Clark's husband/manager Claud Wolf - at the time with Clark in Reno NV - received a copy of "This Is My Song" in September 1966 and liked the song which he felt had special potential for ... However Clark's regular collaborator Tony Hatch was not impressed with the song and refused Wolf's invitation to arrange it for Clark to record ultimately Ernie Freeman arranged the song and Sonny Burke ...
... with words and music by Gary Bonner and Alan Gordon which was a 1967 single for Petula Clark ... In the spring of 1967 Clark had had her biggest hit ever with "This is My Song" her first single since "Downtown" in 1964 not written and produced by Tony Hatch, whose 1966 ... Clark had then cut the These Are My Songs album with producer Sonny Burke, reuniting with Hatch only for one track "Don't Sleep in the Subway" although that track had ...
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