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This article is about the song. For the album, see A Song for You. Confusion
"A Song for You"
Song by The Carpenters
from the album A Song for You
A Song for You

Cover to The Carpenters' fourth album, A Song for You

Recorded 1972
Released June 13, 1972
Length 4:42
Genre(s) Pop
Producer(s) Jack Daugherty & The Carpenters
Record label A&M Records
Tracks from A Song for You

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"Top of the World" (2)

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And when my life is over,
Remember when we were together.
We were alone and I was singing this song for you.

"A Song for You" is a song written by Leon Russell. It was the title song of the 1972 album, A Song for You.

Song HistoryEdit

Richard first heard "A Song for You" on Leon Russell's eponymous debut album, and decided it would be a good vehicle for Karen's vocals and the Carpenters' choral sound.[1]The song "bookended" the album, with the full version as the first track and a reprise at the conclusion.

One of Karen's lowest-sung notes is on this track: a D below middle C.[2]

PersonnelEdit

Have a ListenEdit

References Edit

  1. Album liner notes
  2. http://richardandkarencarpenter.com/fans_ask_Archive-All.htm#Vocals

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