The Dave Clark Five - Over and Over

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Dave Clark Five - Over and Over (1965)

"Over and Over" is a song written by Robert James Byrd and recorded by him using the stage name Bobby Day. 

In 1965, the most successful version, was recorded by the Dave Clark Five, one of the early British Invasion bands of the mid-1960s. This version was sung by lead singer and keyboardist Mike Smith. It followed the group's signature sound of thumping, 4/4 drum beats accompanied by a wailing saxophone. It omits the final verse of the song. In the US, "Over and Over" was the group's 12th Top 40 hit and was their only #1 hit. It was also the last #1 hit of 1965. Despite its success in the USA and the popularity of the group on both sides of the Atlantic, the single only reached number 45 in the band's native United Kingdom.


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