ABOUTBritish Invasion pop singer and actress who made a big splash in the mid 1960s with many hits including "Downtown" (1965) and "Don't Sleep In The Subway" (1967).
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Petula Clark performs "Downtown" on "The Ed Sullivan Show" (March 14, 1965).
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- American Boys 1968
- The Cat In The Window (The Bird In The Sky) 1967
- Color My World 1966
- Don't Give Up 1968
- Don't Sleep In The Subway 1967
- Downtown 1964
(This song topped the charts and later also became a hit for Dolly Parton (1984). Both Allan Sherman (1965, as "Crazy Downtown") and Mrs. Miller (1966) did parodies of this song.)
- Happy Heart 1969
(This song also became a hit for Andy Williams (1969).)
- I Couldn't Live Without Your Love 1966
- I Know A Place 1965
- Kiss Me Goodbye 1968
- My Love 1965
(This song topped the charts.)
- The Other Man's Grass is Always Greener 1967
- Round Every Corner 1965
- A Sign Of The Times 1966
- This Is My Song 1967
- Wedding Song (There Is Love) 1972
(This song was previously a hit for Paul Stookey (1971) and later also became a hit for Mary MacGregor (1978).)
- Who Am I 1966
- You'd Better Come Home 1965
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