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Golden Classics For Collectors Only Best of Ronnie Dove Mountain of Love: His Greatest Hits His Best. Ronnie Dove – One More Mountain to Climb. I know that somebody hurt you He broke each promise he made But I'd rather die than desert you So love me, and don't be afraid. You need me, I know it You do little things to show it I keep getting closer to you So why can't you say you love me too? One more mountain to climb One more river to cross Say you love me this time I've got one more mountain to climb. Lyrics submitted by SongMeanings.

Audio CD, August 7, 2015. 3. Say You. 4. When Liking Turns to Loving. 5. There’s No One Out There For Me. 6. To Each His Own. 7. You’re The Reason I’m Living. 10. I Really Don’t Want To Know. Audio CD (July 26, 2005). Original Release Date: July 26, 2005.

Ronnie Dove (born September 7, 1935) is an American pop and country musician who had a string of hit pop records in the mid to late 1960's and several country records in the 1970s on. Contents. He briefly revived the Diamond record label in 1987 to release a couple of singles and an album. Dove continues to perform in the Baltimore area (where he lives) and nationwide. There have been several compilations issued on CD. Collectables Records has even issued three 2-on-1 discs with his complete original Diamond albums plus a collection of rarities. Ronnie Dove (MCA Records No. 309 Stereo, 1973). Ronnie Dove Sings His Greatest Hits (Gusto Records (Power Pak) 1975). The Bird is Back (. Records MS-4114, 1985). From the Heart (Diamond Records No.

Ronnie Dove had a Top 20 pop hit with his cover version, bringing it to number 16 in 1966 on Diamond Records. He would perform this song on The Ed Sullivan Show the following year. Gene McDaniels recorded the song for his album 100 Lbs. of Clay! in 1961. Timi Yuro recorded the song in 1961 for her album Hurt! Paul Anka recorded the song as a B-side of "I'm Coming Home" in 1962 on ABC-Paramount 45-10338. p. 132. ^ "Crystal Gayle Chart History (Hot Country Songs)". Never Ending Song of Love". Two Sleepy People" (with Willie Nelson).

1966 studio album by Ronnie Dove. Ronnie Dove Sings the Hits for You. Studio album by. Ronnie Dove. Mountain of Love" would appear as the B-side to a 1968 Ronnie Dove single "Never Gonna Cry". However, "Mountain of Love" would be the side to chart.

B2. I Found You (Just In Time). B3. I'm The One Who Taught You How.

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Ronnie Dove - Mountain of Love His Greatest Hits FLAC album
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