A song written and recorded by Bobbie Gentry for the Capitol label, was recorded in March 1967 at Capitol Studio C, Hollywood, California. With the production of Kelly Gordon & Bobby Paris, the single was released on July 10, 1967, on August 26, 1967, reached number # 1 on the US Hot 100 pop charts, for four consecutive weeks, and staying in the charts for 20 weeks, also reached number # 1 on the pop charts of Canada RPM Top Singles, on September 16, 1967. On the charts of US hot country songs,
"Let It Be Me" is a popular song originally published in French in 1955 as "Je t'appartiens". It became popular worldwide with an English version by The Everly Brothers and later with the duet by Betty Everett and Jerry Butler.
"Je t'appartiens" was a French hit in 1955. The score was written and first recorded by Gilbert Bécaud. The lyrics were penned in French by Pierre Delanoë.
1969 – Glen Campbell and Bobbie Gentry had a Top Forty Hot 100 hit duet with their version of the song. It met with
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