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Dutch - S / Shuffles - Shalala I Need You
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Cha-la-la, I need you is the debut single of The Shuffles . Shuffles guitarist Henk van den Heuvel used the pseudonym Hank Hillmann as co-writer of the song. The song has onlyappearedon single : the group has never arrived to release an LP .

In the Netherlands and Flanders the number just did not come first. In the Veronica Top 40 pop classic Oh well (part 1) of Fleetwood Mac took the number of the first place. In the Hilversum 3 Top 30 , the song also had to feature My special prayer by Percy Sledge and reached third place. And in the Flemish Forerunner of the Ultratop 30 , Elvis Presley and Suspicious minds made sure that The Shuffles stayed on two.

In 1970 the picture was re-released under the title Cha-la-la, ti amo .
Dutch - S / Shuffles
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The Shuffles were a Dutch pop band formed in Rosmalen, North Brabant.

 The group, fronted by the late Albert West, were active for ten years from 1963 until 1973.

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English - K / Kinks - Mr Pleasent
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Mister Pleasant" (usually spelt as Mr. Pleasant) is a song recorded by British rock group The Kinks in 1967, written by Ray Davies.

 It was released as a single in the US and mainland Europe but not in the UK. It was released in the UK six months later as the B-side to "Autumn Almanac".

The song is now available as a bonus track to their album Face to Face, and an alternate version was also released as a bonus track on the 2011 deluxe reissue of Something Else by the Kinks.
English - D / Don Gibson - Just One Time
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Just One Time" is a single written and originally recorded by American country music artist Don Gibson. Released in February 1960, the song reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart, while also reaching #29 on the Billboard Pop chart. The single was later released on Gibson's album Look Who's Blue.

In 1971 American country artist Connie Smith recorded a cover version of "Just One Time" and released it as a single in April 1971. The single peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart and #19 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 singles chart. It became her first single in seven years to reach the latter chart.  In addition, "Just One Time" reached #2 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart in 1971. It was released on an album of the same name shortly after.

Others recording the song are Skeeter Davis in 1960 (an answer song as I Want To See You (Just One Time)), the Everly Brothers in 1963, Johnny Tillotson in 1965, Frank Ifield in 1966, Kitty Wells in 1971, Dottie West in 1971, Jean Shepard in 1971, Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass in 1971, Chet Atkins in 1971, Freddy Fender in 1976, and Chet Atkins and Mark Knopfler in 1990.
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