And I Love You So

It All Seems To Fall Into Line 
Music by Ben Weisman and lyrics by Al Stillman
Roncom Music Co.
Arranged and Conducted by Cam Mullins
Produced by Chet Atkins
Recorded in RCA Victor's "Nashville Sound" Studio, Nashville, Tennessee
Recording Engineer: Tom Pick
Recording Technicians: Roy Shockley and Milton Henderson
Released in Stereo & and QuadraDisc 4-Channel
Recording Time 2:50
Recorded January 16, 1973  ~ Matrix No. CWA4-1049 Take 1 +
Single release: RCA-45RPM-APB0-0225-B ~ Recorded Time 2:50
Single Flip Side: "Beyond Tomorrow  ( Love Theme from 'Serpico' ) "

'I don't mind being in my sixties', Perry said recently. 'I just don't want to feel or act it.' And he doesn't, judging by the songs he sings and the relish he displays in singing them. This modern-sounding song is actually the product of a veteran songwriting team, Al Stillman and Ben Weisman. Wordsmith Stillman wrote 'I Believe', 'Chances Are', 'Moments to Remember', 'No, Not Much', and 'Jukebox Saturday Night' among others. Weisman's songs range from 'Rock-a-Hula Baby' to 'Let Me Go Lover' to 'The Night Has a Thousand Eyes'. Together, they created a song with great appeal and a fresh sound.

( notes from "The Incomparable Como" Readers Digest UK compilation 1975 )

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