Don't Just Stand There. Album: Don't Just Stand There, 1965. Don't Just Stand There - "Patty Duke". At the age of 19, I removed myself from society for almost four months, setting off years of manic episodes, including outrageous overspending. I bought several Mercedes because I thought I could.
Album: Don't Just Stand There (1965). Charted: 8. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. In 1963 she starred in the "Patty Duke Show" as both wild Patty Lane and her prim and proper identical cousin, Cathy. The show ran for three years and during that time she recorded two hit records- "Don't Just Stand There" ( in 1965) and "Say Something Funny" ( in 1965). She attempted to change her image with a major role in the film, "Valley Of The Dolls" in 1969 and won a Golden Globe as Best Actress for her portrayal of Neely O'Hara.
Please don't just stand there, Come and kiss me like before. If something is wrong Give me just one little sign If there's someone else, please tell me Tell me, what, what, what What's on your mind. Once when we'd meet You'd run to hold me tight Life was so sweet until tonight. Please don't just stand there Get it over if we're through Please don't just stand there While my heart breaks in two Knowing I care, how can you be so unkind? Please stop hurting me and help me Tell me, what, what, what What's on your mind
No one would ever accuse actress Patty Duke of being a great singer, but given the right material she could put a song over with an innocent charm that helps make her few albums a nice addition to the collection of girl group fans, early pop mavens, and Brill Building aficionados. She didn't have many hits, but she did reach number eight on the Billboard charts with her first single "Don't Just Stand There.
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Album: Lost Hits Of The 60's, Women of Traditional Pop, Vol. 3. Release year: 2010. Patty Duke: best 2 tracks. Patty Duke - Don't Just Stand There Lost Hits Of The 60's, 2010 02:43. Patty Duke - Patty Duke Y'All Iron .
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