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Wanted (Perry Como song)

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Wanted (Perry Como song)

Single by Perry Como
B-side "Look out the Window (and See How I'm Standing in the Rain)"
Released 1954 (1954)
Recorded December 29, 1952
Manhattan Center, New York City
Writer(s) Jack Fulton
Lois Steele
Perry Como singles chronology
"You Alone (Solo Tu)"
"Idle Gossip"

"Wanted" is a popular song written by Jack Fulton and Lois Steele.

A recording by Perry Como with Hugo Winterhalter's orchestra and chorus was made at Manhattan Center, New York City, on December 29, 1952. It was released by RCA Victor as catalog number 20-5647 (in USA)[1] and by EMI on the His Master's Voice label as catalog number B 10691. The flip side of both records was "Look out the Window (and See How I'm Standing in the Rain)" It reached #1 on Billboard magazine's charts in 1954. The song also reached #1 on the Cash Box chart in the same year. Al Martino also had a top 10 hit with the song in the United Kingdom. Another early recorded version is by singer pianist Moon Mullican.

The song was featured in a Christmas episode of "WKRP in Cincinnati", in a flashback to 12/24/54.

Anne Murray recorded a cover of the song for her album Croonin' (1993).


  1. ^ RCA Victor Records in the 20-5500 to 20-9999 series

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Preceded by
Secret Love
Cash Box magazine best selling record chart
#1 record

April 10, 1954–May 29, 1954
Succeeded by
Little Things Mean a Lot

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