According to a television programme broadcast inBud Flanagan said that he wrote the song in Derby inand first performed it a week later at the Pier Pavilion, Southport.
The duo stood on a table, their hands and heads covered in multi-coloured metallic powder, and sang along with the recording while they moved. At times the performance would last for a day. A well-known version in the United Kingdom was made by Max Bygraves. The record first reached the Billboard charts on August 6,and lasted 16 weeks on the chart, peaking at No.
The record first reached the Billboard charts on August 27,and lasted 10 weeks on the chart, peaking at No. The Andy Russell recording was released by Capitol Records as catalog number The record first reached the Billboard charts on October 1,and lasted 5 weeks on the chart, peaking at No.
In Australian pop singer, Johnny Farnhamcovered the track, as his second single, which reached No. It was Delaney`s Gone Back On The Wine - Mary Coughlan - Tired & Emotional the signature tune for the Radio London Underneath the Arches programme.
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