Donny Osmond is a veteran singer and former teen idol who began his career with the Osmonds (a.k.a. Donny Osmond Of The Osmonds). His best known songs include "Sweet And Innocent" (1971), "Go Away Little Girl" (1971), and "Puppy Love" (1972). He made a comeback in the late 1980s with "Soldier Of Love" (1989). Donny Osmond continues to have a huge following in the U.K., and in 2004, he re-emerged on the U.S. Adult Contemporary chart with "Breeze On By!"
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Donny Osmond Of The Osmonds
- Sweet And Innocent 1971
- Are You Lonesome Tonight 1974
(This song was previously a hit for Jaye P. Morgan (1959) and Elvis Presley (1960).)
- Go Away Little Girl 1971
(This oldies classic topped the charts for both Donny Osmond (1971) and Steve Lawrence (1963). "Go Away Little Girl" was previously also a hit for the Happenings (1966).)
- Puppy Love 1972
(This oldies classic was previously a hit for Paul Anka (1960).)
- Too Young 1972
(Written by Sid Lippman and Sylvia Dee, "Too Young" previously topped the charts for Nat "King" Cole in 1951 and also became a hit that same year for Toni Arden, Patty Andrews, Fran Allison, and Richard Hayes.)
- The Twelfth Of Never 1973
(This song was previously a hit for Johnny Mathis (1957).)
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