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Bobby Rydell Forget Him

Bobby Rydell Forget Him

The song “Forget Him” was written composer, pianist, arranger, and producer Tony Hatch. The song was on The Top Hits of 1963 album. and, in 1964, it peaked at  #4 on the Billboard Hot 100, #5 on Cashbox,  #3 on the U.S. Adult Contemporary Chart, and #13 on the U.K. Singles Chart.

Bobby Rydell  was Robert Louis Ridarelli in Philadelphia. He  is a singer, drummer, and performer. Rydell ‘s good looks helped him to become a teen idol, and he had hits starting in 1959 and into the 1960s and 1970s with songs such as “Kissin’ Time,” “We Got Love,” “Wild One,” “Volare,” and “Sway.” Rydell was a regular on television, appearing on American Bandstand, The Red Skelton ShowMake Room for Daddy, The Milton Berle Show, and many more. He also  starred in the film Bye Bye Birdie as Ann-Margret’s boyfriend. Rydell continues to tour and perform internationally.

Here are the lyrics to “Forget Him” by Bobby Rydell:

“(Forget him)
(Forget him)

Forget him if he doesn’t love you
Forget him if he doesn’t care
Don’t let him tell you that he wants you
Cause he can’t give you love which isn’t there

Oh, little girl, he’s never dreaming of you
Hell break your heart, you wait and see
So don’t you cry now, just tell him good-bye now
Forget him and please come home to me

(Forget him if he doesn’t love you
Forget him if he doesn’t care)
Don’t let him tell you that he wants you
Cause he can’t give you love which isn’t there

Oh, little girl, he’s never dreaming of you
He’ll break your heart, you wait and see
So don’t you cry now, just tell him good-bye now
Forget him and please come home to me

No, don’t you cry now, better tell him good-bye now
Forget him and please come home to me”

For others songs by Bobby Rydell: “The Cha-Cha-Cha,”  “Wildwood Days,” and “Wild One.”

To read about Bobby Rydell’s autobiography: “Teen Idol on the Rocks.”

For More Golden Oldies Music

The Daily Doo Wop Rec Room has daily featured doo wop music, rock and roll hits, R&B, or rockabilly songs that were hits during the first era of rock and roll (that is, from about 1952 until the British invasion in 1964). After a song is featured, it then goes into the juke box. You are welcome to listen to any of the 40+ selections there. Every weekend, there is a Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night, and the juke box is full of song requests from the 1950s and 1960s.

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