"Blueberry Hill" as written by Vincent Rose, Larry Stock and Al Lewis....
I found my thrill
On blueberry hill
On blueberry hill
When I found you

The moon stood still (moon stood still)
On blueberry hill (blueberry hill)
It lingered until (lingered until)
My dream true (true)

Though we're apart (we are apart)
I think of you still (think of you still)
For you were my friend (you were my friend)
On blueberry hill

The wind in the willow played
Love's sweet melody
But all those vows you made
Were never to be

Though we're apart (we are apart)
I think of you still (think of you still)
For you were my friend (you were my friend)
On blueberry hill

I found my thrill (found my thrill)
On blueberry hill (blueberry hill)
On blueberry hill (blueberry hill)
When I found you (you)

The moon stood still (moon stood still)
On blueberry hill (blueberry hill)
It lingered until (lingered until)


Lyrics submitted by Bobo192

"Blueberry Hill" as written by Jean Murray Bobby Darin

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, MEMORY LANE MUSIC GROUP

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    General CommentThis song was originally written in 1940, mostly by band leader Vincent Rose, for Gene Autry to sing in his 1941 western "The Singing Hill". For his efforts, ASCAP gave Rose a posthumous award for the most performed song originally from a motion picture.
    rarebiton June 11, 2004   Link
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    General CommentA respectable cover, but it's not a really great Beach Boys song. Just find Fats Domino's or someone else's version from the 50's. Like most of this song's album, "15 Big Ones" (1976), it's a half-hearted attempt to cover a song or style from the 50's.
    The Swing Kingon December 21, 2006   Link

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