Twenty Four Hours from Tulsa" is a song written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, about a traveling man who detours to a romance in a motel and ends up never returning home, which was a hit for Gene Pitney. Its success in the UK, peaking at enabled Pitney to become an international star. In the US, Pitney peaked at on the 7 December 1963 Hot 100 and on the 6 December 1963 WLS Silver Dollar Survey.
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Album: Gene Pitney: Greatest Hits of All Time, 2008. Gene Pitney - 24 Hours From Tulsa. Has been played on. United Kingdom 117. 24-7's Best Of The 60's. The thing I always liked best about touring abroad was constantly running into different people, different cultures, different foods.
Guitar tabs with lyrics. Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa" (Burt Bacharach - Hal David) Chorus 1: CC AmAm Oh, I was only twenty-four hours from Tulsa. CC AmAm Ah, only one day away from your arms FF GG I saw a welcoming night. FF GG And stopped to rest for the night. Verse 2: And that is when I saw her As I pulled in outside of the small hotel she was there And so I walked up to her Asked where I could get something to eat and she showed me where. Chorus 2: Oh, I was only twenty-four hours from Tulsa Ah, only one day away from your arms She took me to the cafe.
Album: Blue Jean (1964). Charted: 5 17. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Oh, I was only twenty four hours from Tulsa Ah, only one day away from your arms The jukebox started to play and night time turned into day as we were dancing Closely, all of a sudden I lost control as I held her charms And I caressed her, kissed her, told her I'd die Before I would let her out of. my arms. More songs from 1964. Twenty-Four Hours From Tulsa Songfacts. I even recall the first time I heard it in fall of '63.
Gene Pitney-Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa guitar tab, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs. A7 D And I'm not the same anymore. C Am Oh, I was only twenty four hours from Tulsa C Am Ah, only one day away from your arms F G F G I saw a welcoming light, and stopped to rest for the night. G A7 And that is when I saw her, as I, pulled in outside of the small motel, she was D there. G And so I walked up, to her, asked where I could get something to eat, A7 D And she showed me where. C Am Oh, I was only, twenty four hours from Tulsa C Am Ah, only, one day away from your arms F G F G She took me to the café, I asked her if she would stay, she said "OK".