Paul Anka is a singer, songwriter, actor, and former teen idol from the late 1950s-early 1960s. His best known songs include "Diana" (1957), "Lonely Boy" (1959), the then-controversial "(You're) Having My Baby" (1974, with Odia Coates), and "Hold Me 'Til The Mornin' Comes" (1983).
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Paul Anka With Odia Coates
- (You're) Having My Baby 1974
(This male-female duet topped the charts.)
- I Don't Like To Sleep Alone 1975
- One Man Woman/One Woman Man 1974
- (I Believe) There's Nothing Stronger Than Our Love 1975
- Dance On Little Girl 1961
- Eso Beso (That Kiss!) 1962
- Goodnight My Love 1969
(This song was previously a hit for the McGuire Sisters (1957), Ray Peterson (1959), the Fleetwoods (1963), and Ben E. King (1966).)
- I Love You In The Same Old Way 1960
- Love (Makes The World Go 'Round) 1963
- Love Me Warm And Tender 1962
- My Home Town 1960
- Puppy Love 1960
(This romantic oldies classic was written by Paul Anka for Annette Funicello, whom he was dating at the time. "Puppy Love" later also became a hit for Donny Osmond (1972).)
- Remember Diana 1963
- A Steel Guitar And A Glass Of Wine 1962
- Summer's Gone 1960
- Tonight My Love, Tonight 1961
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