Solitary Man (song)

Solitary Man (song)

"Solitary Man" is a 1966 hit song written, composed, and originally recorded and released by Neil Diamond. It has since been covered many times by such artists as Billy Joe Royal, Jay and the Americans, T. G. Sheppard, Gianni Morandi, The Sidewinders, Chris Isaak, Johnny Cash, Johnny Rivers, HIM, Crooked Fingers, Cliff Richard, Skin Flesh & Bones and Ólöf Arnalds.

Read more about Solitary Man (song):  History, T. G. Sheppard Version, Gianni Morandi's Cover, The Sidewinders Cover, Chris Isaak's Cover, Johnny Cash's Cover, HIM's Cover, Crooked Fingers Cover, Cliff Richard, Skin Flesh & Bones, Tony Carey, Jussi Syren and The Groundbreakers

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