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Walk Hand in Hand

"Walk Hand in Hand"
Single by Tony Martin
B-side "Flamenco Love"
Released April 1956
Genre Vocal
Length 2:47
Label RCA Records 6493
Writer(s) Johnny Cowell
Tony Martin singles chronology
"Stranger in Paradise"
(1955)
"Walk Hand in Hand"
(1956)
"It's Better in the Dark"
(1956)

"Walk Hand in Hand" is a popular song by Johnny Cowell, published in 1956.

The biggest-selling version recorded of the song was sung by Tony Martin, reaching #2 in the UK and #10 on the United States Billboard chart in 1956.[1] The same year, it was recorded by Andy Williams, whose version hit #54 on the chart, and by Ronnie Carroll, whose version reached No.13 on the UK singles chart. A later recording by Gerry & The Pacemakers reached No.29 on the UK chart, No. 10 in Canada, and "bubbled under" at No.103 on the Billboard chart at the end of 1965.

Recorded versions

References

  1. ^ Tony Martin, "Walk Hand in Hand" Retrieved June 20, 2013
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