Mellow crooner, actor, comedian, and Rat Pack member Dean Martin (born Dino Paul Crocetti, June 7, 1917 - December 25, 1995) had a long string of hits from 1955-1969. His best known songs include "Memories Are Made Of This" (1956) and "Everybody Loves Somebody" (1964), both of which topped the charts.
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- Come Running Back 1966
- The Door Is Still Open To My Heart 1964
(This song was previously a hit for Don Cornell (1955).)
- Everybody Loves Somebody 1964
(This song, which was previously a hit for Frank Sinatra (1948), topped the charts. "Everybody Loves Somebody" is considered by many to be Dean Martin's signature song.)
- Houston 1965
- I Will 1965
(This song was previously a hit for Vic Dana (1962).)
- (Remember Me) I'm The One Who Loves You 1965
- In The Chapel In The Moonlight 1967
(This song was previously a hit for the Bachelors (1965, as "Chapel In The Moonlight").)
- Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me 1967
(This song also became a hit for Robert Mitchum (1967).)
- Send Me The Pillow You Dream On 1965
(This song was previously a hit for Hank Locklin (1958), the Browns (1960), and Johnny Tillotson (1962).)
- Somewhere There's A Someone 1966
- You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You 1964
(This song was previously a hit for Dinah Washington (1962) and later also became a hit for the Wonder Who (1966).)
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