Cliff Richard in 1964

I decided to record an oldie tonight by Cliff Richard, one of my dad’s favorite singers. He was England’s answer to America’s Elvis Presley in the 50s. Born to Anglo-Indian Parents in Lucknow, India in 1940, he is one of my favorite singers too. I dedicate this song to my dear Father .

Here is the link to the MP3.

Visions of you in shades of blue
Smoking, shifting, lazily drifting
My darling, I miss you so
Time goes by, no wonder my
Senses go reeling, your eyes so appealing
I see the whole night through

When will we meet again, when when when
When will we meet again, when when when

I remember the days, beautiful days,
Tenderly gleaming, my whole life seeming
To start, and end with you.

Comments So Far..
  • deepanshu 19 December, 2013 at 3:09 pm

    areey bhaiya aap hi toh ho milwane waale.. mujhe toh ye guru log wog kuch bhi nhi pata.. 😉

  • raju 17 January, 2014 at 8:43 am

    Great voice Gautam, …There is something in your voice that keeps us flowing with words….sorry to say but music does not have color, except heart. When any one presents music it’s the heart speaking not out look…….om

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