Songs From 1956

Popular Songs From 1956

SONGS FROM 1956: AFTER – BUS 

After The Lights Go Down Low – 1956 – Al Hibbler

Ain’t Got No Home – 1956 – Clarence “Frogman” Henry

All Around The World (all around the world rock and roll is on its way) – 1956 – Little Richard 

All Star Hit Parade – 1956 – Various Artists

Allegheny Moon – 1956 – Patti Page

Angels In The Sky – 1956 – The Crew-Cuts

Any Old Time – 1956 – Webb Pierce

Any Way You Want Me – 1956 – Elvis Presley

Are You Satisfied? – 1956 – Rusty Draper

Band Of Gold – 1956 – Don Cherry

Band Of Gold – 1956 – Kit Carson

Be-Bop-A-Lula – 1956 – Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps

Bloodnok’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Call – 1956 – Goons

Blue Moon – 1956 – Elvis Presley

Blue Suede Shoes (don’t you step on my blue suede shoes) – 1956 – Carl Perkins

Blue Suede Shoes (don’t you step on my blue suede shoes) – 1956 – Elvis Presley

Bluebottle Blues – 1956 – Goons

Bo Weevil – 1956 – Teresa Brewer

Boppin’ The Blues – 1956 – Carl Perkins

Born To Be With You – 1956 – The Chordettes

Bring A Little Water Sylvie – 1956 – Lonnie Donegan

Bus Stop Song, The (A Paper Of Pins) – 1956 – The Four Lads

SONGS FROM 1956: CAN – CRY

Can You Find It In Your Heart – 1956 – Tony Bennett

Canadian Sunset – 1956 – Andy Williams

Canadian Sunset (Instrumental) – 1956 – Hugo Winterhalter and Eddie Heywood

‘Cause I Love You – 1956 – Webb Pierce

Chain Gang – 1956 – Bobby Scott

Chain Gang – 1956 – Jimmy Young

Chains Of Love – 1956 – Pat Boone

Church Bells May Ring, The – 1956 – The Diamonds

Cindy Oh Cindy – 1956 – Tony Brent

Cindy, Oh Cindy – 1956 – Eddie Fisher

Cindy, Oh Cindy – 1956 – Vince Martin with the Tarriers

City Of Angels – 1956 – Highlights

Confidential – 1956 – Sonny Knight

Crazy Arms – 1956 – Ray Price

Cry Baby – 1956 – Bonnie Sisters

Cry! Cry! Cry! – 1955/1956 – Johnny Cash

SONGS FROM 1956: DEAD – DUNGAREE

Dead Or Alive – 1956 – Lonnie Donegan

Devil Or Angel – 1956 – The Clovers

Don’t Be Cruel (don’t be cruel to a heart that’s true) – 1956 – Elvis Presley

Dreams Can Tell A Lie – 1956 – Nat King Cole

Dungaree Doll – 1956 – Eddie Fisher

SONGS FROM 1956: EDDIE – EXPERIMENTS

Eddie, My Love – 1956 – Fontane Sisters

Eddie, My Love – 1956 – The Teen Queens

Experiments With Mice – 1956 – Johnny Dankworth

SONGS FROM 1956: FEVER – FRIENDLY

Fever – 1956 – Little Willie John

Five Hundred Guys – 1956 – Frank Sinatra

Flowers Mean Forgiveness – 1956 – Frank Sinatra

Flying Saucer, The (Parts 1 & 2) – 1956 – Buchanan and Goodman

Fool, The – 1956 – Sanford Clark

Friendly Persuasion (Thee I Love) – 1956 – Pat Boone

SONGS FROM 1956: GAL – GREEN

Gal With The Yaller Shoes – 1956 – Michael Holliday

Garden Of Eden – 1956 – Joe Valino

Get Rhythm – 1956/1969 – Johnny Cash

Giddy-Up-A-Ding-Dong – 1956 – Freddie Bell & the Bellboys

Glendora – 1956 – Perry Como

Go On With The Wedding – 1956 – Patti Page

Gonna Get Along Without Ya Now – 1956 – Patience & Prudence

Graduation Day – 1956 – Rover Boys

Great Pretender, The – 1956 – Jimmy Parkinson

Great Pretender, The (oh yes, I’m the great pretender) – 1956 – The Platters

Green Door, The – 1956 – Jim Lowe

Green Door, The – 1956 – Frankie Vaughan

SONGS FROM 1956: HAPPY – HOW

Happy Whistler, The (Instrumental with whistling) – 1956 – Don Robertson

Heartbreak Hotel (I’ve been so lonely, I could die) – 1956 – Elvis Presley

Heeby-Jeebies (you gotta jump back jump back heeby jeebies) – 1956 – Little Richard

Hey! Jealous Lover – 1956 – Frank Sinatra

Honky Tonk (Instrumental) – 1956 – Bill Doggett

Hot Diggity (dog ziggity boom) – 1956 – Perry Como

Hot Diggity – 1956 – Michael Holliday

Hound Dog (you ain’t nothin’ but a hound dog crying all the time) – 1956 – Elvis Presley

House With Love In It, A – 1956 – The Four Lads

(How Little It Matters) How Little We Know – 1956 – Frank Sinatra

SONGS FROM 1956: I – IVORY

I Almost Lost My Mind – 1956 – Pat Boone

I Don’t Care If The Sun Don’t Shine – 1954/1956 – Elvis Presley

I Got A Woman – 1956 – Elvis Presley

I Walk The Line (because you’re mine, I walk the line) – 1956 – Johnny Cash

I Want You, I Need You, I Love You – 1956 – Elvis Presley

I Want You To Be My Girl – 1956 – Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers

I Was The One – 1956 – Elvis Presley

If You Were Me – 1955/1956 – Webb Pierce

I’ll Be Home (I’d walk you home in the moonlight, all of these things will repeat) – 1956 – Pat Boone 

I’m In Love Again – 1956 – Fats Domino

I’m Really Glad You Hurt Me – 1956 – Webb Pierce

I’m Tired – 1956 – Webb Pierce

In Old Lisbon – 1956 – Frank Chacksfield

In The Still Of The Night – also see In The Still Of The Nite 

In The Still Of The Nite – 1956 – The Five Satins

It Isn’t Right – 1956 – The Platters

It Only Hurts For A Little While – 1956 – Ames Brothers

It’s Almost Tomorrow – 1956 – The Dream Weavers

It’s My Way – 1956 – Webb Pierce

I’ve Got You Under My Skin – 1955/1956– Frank Sinatra

Ivory Tower – 1956 – Cathy Carr

Ivory Tower – 1956 – Gale Storm

Ivory Tower – 1956 – Otis Williams & His Charms

SONGS FROM 1956: JUKE – JUST

Juke Box Baby – 1956 – Perry Como

Just Walking In The Rain – 1956 – Johnnie Ray

SONGS FROM 1956: LAY – LULLABYE

Lay Down Your Arms – 1956 – Anne Shelton

Left Bank – 1956 – Winifred Atwell

Let The Good Times Roll – 1956 – Shirley and Lee

Lisbon Antigua (Instrumental) – 1956 – Nelson Riddle

Little Rosa – 1956 – Webb Pierce and Red Sovine

Long Tall Sally – 1956 – Little Richard

Lost John – 1956 – Lonnie Donegan

Love And Marriage (love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage; you can’t have one without the other) – 1956 – Frank Sinatra

Love Me – 1956 – Elvis Presley

Love Me As If There Were No Tomorrow – 1956 – Nat ‘King’ Cole

Love Me Tender (love me tender, love me true) – 1956 – Elvis Presley

Lovely One – 1956 – Four Voices

Lullabye Of Birdland – 1956 – George Shearing

SONGS FROM 1956: MAGIC – MY

Magic Touch, The (you’ve got) – 1956 – The Platters

Make It A Party – 1956 – Winifred Atwell

Mama From The Train – 1956 – Patti Page

“Man With The Golden Arm, The” Main Title (Instrumental) – 1956 – Elmer Bernstein

“Man With The Golden Arm, The” Themes (Instrumental) – 1956 – Richard Maltby

“Man With The Golden Arm, The” Main Title Theme (Instrumental) – 1956 – Billy May

Memories Are Made Of This – 1956 – Dave King

Memories Are Made Of This – 1956 – Dean Martin

Memories Are Made Of This – 1956 – Gale Storm

Money Honey – 1956/1959 – Elvis Presley 

Moonglow and Theme From “Picnic” (Instrumental) – 1956 – Morris Stoloff

Moonglow and Theme From “Picnic” (Instrumental) – 1956 – George Cates

More – 1956 – Perry Como

More – 1956 – Jimmy Young

Moritat (A Theme From “The Three Penny Opera”) (Instrumental) – 1956 – The Dick Hyman Trio

Mountain Greenery – 1956 – Mel Torme

Mr. Wonderful – 1956 – Teddi King

My Baby Left Me – 1956 – Elvis Presley

My Blue Heaven – 1956 – Fats Domino

My Prayer – 1956 – The Platters

My September Love – 1956 – David Whitfield

SONGS FROM 1956: NEED – NO

Need Your Love So Bad – 1955/1956 – Little Willie John

Night Lights – 1956 – Nat King Cole

No, Not Much – 1956 – The Four Lads

No Other Love – 1956 – Ronnie Hilton

No Place For Me – 1956 – Willie Nelson

SONGS FROM 1956: ON – OUT

On The Street Where You Live – 1956 – Vic Damone

One Night – 1956 – Smiley Lewis

Ooby Dooby – 1956 – Roy Orbison

Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind – 1956 – The Five Keys

SONGS FROM 1956: PARALYZED – PRISCILLA

Paralyzed – 1956/1957 – Elvis Presley 

Pickin’ A Chicken – 1956 – Eve Boswell

Picnic – 1956 – The McGuire Sisters

‘Picnic’ Theme and Moonglow (Instrumental) – 1956 – Morris Stoloff

Pennies From Heaven – 1956– Frank Sinatra

Poor People Of Paris (Instrumental) – 1956 – Les Baxter

Poor People Of Paris (Instrumental) – 1956 – Winifred Atwellell

Priscilla – 1956 – Eddie Cooley & the Dimples

SONGS FROM 1956: RAZZLE – ROSE

Razzle Dazzle – 1956 – Bill Haley and His Comets

Ready Teddy (I’m ready ready ready Teddy, I’m ready ready ready to rock ‘n’ roll) – 1956 – Little Richard

Rip It Up – 1956 – Bill Haley and His Comets

Rip It Up – 1956 – Little Richard

Robin Hood – 1956 – Dick James

Robin Hood – 1956 – Gary Miller

R-O-C-K – 1956 – Bill Haley & His Comets

Rock And Roll Waltz – 1956 – Kay Starr

Rock Island Line – 1956 – Lonnie Donegan & His Skiffle Group

Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody – 1956 – Jerry Lewis

Rockin’ Through The Rye – 1956 – Bill Haley and His Comets

Roll Over Beethoven (my heart’s beatin’ rhythm and my soul keeps on singing the blues, roll over Beethoven) – 1956 – Chuck Berry 

Rose And A Baby Ruth, A – 1956 – George Hamilton IV

SONGS FROM 1956: SAINT – SWEET

St. Therese Of The Roses – 1956 – Malcolm Vaughan

St. Therese Of The Roses – 1956 – Billy Ward & His Dominoes

Saints Rock ‘N Roll, The – 1956 – Bill Haley & His Comets

Searching – 1956 – Kitty Wells

See Saw – 1956 – The Moonglows

See You Later, Alligator (see you later alligator, after while crocodile) – 1956 – Bill Haley & His Comets

Serenade – 1956 – Slim Whitman

She’s Got It – 1956 – Little Richard

Since I Met You Baby – 1956 – Ivory Joe Hunter

Singing The Blues – 1956 – Guy Mitchell

Sixteen Tons – 1956 – Frankie Laine

Slippin’ And Slidin’ (slippin’ and a slidin’ peepin’ and a hidin’, been told a long time ago) – 1956 – Little Richard

Slow Walk – 1956 – Sil Austin

So Doggone Lonesome – 1956 – Johnny Cash

So Long – 1956 – Fats Domino

Soft Summer Breeze (Instrumental) – 1956 – Eddie Heywood

Someone On Your Mind – 1956 – Jimmy Young

“Song For A Summer Night” (Theme Song) – 1956 – Mitch Miller

Songs For Swinging Lovers – 1956 – Frank Sinatra

Standing On The Corner – 1956 – The Four Lads

Stewball – 1956 – Lonnie Donegan

Stranded In The Jungle – 1956 – Jayhawks

Stranded In The Jungle – 1956 – The Cadets

Sweet Old Fashioned Girl, A – 1956 – Teresa Brewer

SONGS FROM 1956: TEAR – TWO

Tear Fell, A – 1956 – Teresa Brewer

Teen Age Prayer – 1956 – Gale Storm

Teenage Boogie – 1956 – Webb Pierce

Teenage Prayer – 1956 – Gale Storm

Tender Trap, The – 1956 – Frank Sinatra

That’s All There Is To That – 1956 – Nat King Cole

“Three Penny Opera, The” (A Theme From) – 1956 – Louis Armstrong

“Three Penny Opera, The” (A Theme From) (Moritat) – 1956 – Richard Hayman and Jan August

“Three Penny Opera, The” (A Theme From) – 1956 – Billy Vaughn

To The Ends Of The Earth – 1956 – Nat King Cole

Tonight You Belong To Me – 1956 – Patience & Prudence

Tonight You Belong To Me – 1956 – Lennon Sisters with Lawrence Welk

Too Young To Go Steady – 1956 – Nat King Cole

Train Kept A Rollin’ (with a heave and a ho, I just couldn’t let her go) (cover version) – 1956 – Johnny Burnette And The Rock And Roll Trio

Transfusion – 1956 – Nervous Norvus

Treasure Of Love – 1956 – Clyde McPhatter

True Love – 1956 – Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly

True Love – 1956 – Jane Powell

Tutti Frutti (got a girl named Sue, she knows just what to do) – 1956 – Little Richard

Tutti Frutti – 1956 – Pat Boone

Two Different Worlds – 1956 – Ronnie Hilton

SONGS FROM 1956: WAIT – WOMAN

Wait For Me (theme from Johnny Concho) – 1956 – Frank Sinatra

Walk Hand In Hand – 1956 – Ronnie Carroll

Walk Hand In Hand – 1956 – Tony Martin

Wayward Wind – 1956 – Gogi Grant

Wayward Wind – 1956 – Tex Ritter

We Go Together – 1956 – The Moonglows

We’ll Find A Way – 1956 – Webb Pierce

Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera) – 1956 – Doris Day

When I’m With You – 1956 – The Moonglows

When Mexico Gave Up The Rumba – 1956 – Mitchell Torok

When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again – 1956 – Elvis Presley

When My Dreamboat Comes Home – 1956 – Fats Domino

When The White Lilacs Bloom – 1956 – Helmut Zacharias

Who Are We – 1956 – Ronnie Hilton

Why Baby Why – 1955/1956 – Webb Pierce and Red Sovine

Why Do Fools Fall In Love – 1956 – The Diamonds

Why Do Fools Fall In Love – 1956 – Frankie Lymon and The Teenagers

Why Do Fools Fall In Love – 1956 – Gale Storm

Willie Can – 1956 – Alma Cogan

Wisdom Of A Fool – 1956/1957 – The Five Keys

Witchcraft – 1956 – The Spiders

Woman In Love, A – 1956 – Frankie Laine

SONGS FROM 1956: YING – YOU’VE

Yes I Know Why – 1954/1956 – Webb Pierce    

Ying Tong Song – 1956 – Goons

You Can’t Be True To Two – 1956 – Dave King

You Don’t Know Me – 1956 – Jerry Vale

You’ll Get Yours – 1956 – Frank Sinatra

You’ll Never Never Know – 1956 – The Platters

Young And Foolish – 1956 – Edmund Hockridge

Your Love For Me – 1956 – Frank Sinatra

You’re Sensational – 1956 – Frank Sinatra

(You’ve Got) The Magic Touch – 1956 – The Platters

SONGS FROM 1956: ZAMBESI – ZOOM

Zambesi – 1956 – Lou Busch

Zambesi – 1956 – Eddie Calvert

Zoom – 1956 – The Cadillacs 

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