ABOUTSoul singer-songwriter with a falsetto voice. Eddie Holman's best known songs include the melancholy "Hey There Lonely Girl" (1970).
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- Don't Stop Now 1970
- Hey There Lonely Girl 1969
(This song was previously a hit for Ruby & the Romantics (1963, as "Hey There Lonely Boy") and later also became a hit for Robert John (1980).)
- Since I Don't Have You 1970
(This song was previously a hit for the Skyliners (1959) and Chuck Jackson (1964) and later also became a hit for Art Garfunkel (1979), Don McLean (1981), and Guns N' Roses (1994).)
- This Can't Be True 1966
- This Will Be A Night To Remember 1977
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