“You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me” (originally a 1965 Italian song by Pino Donaggio and lyricist Vito Pallavicini: ‘”Io che non vivo (senza te)”) is a 1966 hit recorded by English singer Dusty Springfield that proved to be her most successful hit single, reaching No.1 UK[ and No.4 US: the song subsequently charted in the UK via remakes by Elvis Presley (No.9/1971), Guys ‘n’ Dolls (No.5/1976) and Denise Welch (No.23/1995) with Presley’s version also reaching No.11 US in 1970.
“You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me” was also a Top Ten hit in Ireland for Red Hurley (No.5/1978), in Italy for Wall Street Crash (No.6/1983), and – as “En koskaan” – in Finland for Kristina Hautala (No.6/1966). Wiki
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I love Dusty’s intimate voice.🥰
That she has with an amazing presence. Thanks for commenting.
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