You never understood, my hearts ain't made of wood And I ain't gonna dance, ever time you move your hand So find yourself another fool Cause this ones pulling way from you Cause if I can't be myself Well I won't be no one else. You've have to find yourself another puppet Break the strings and set me free Find yourself another puppet Cause you ain't pulling nothing else on me. Go on and find yourself another puppet Break the strings and set me free Find yourself another puppet Cause you ain't pulling nothing else on me.
Find Yourself Another Puppet". Compilation albums for Brenda Lee All Music; retrieved 7-19-08. a b Brenda Lee complete listing of singles To find Lee's singles table, scroll down to the letter "L," where Lee's last name will be found. All Music; retrieved 7-19-08. Brenda Lee Videos & DVD All Music. com; retrieved 7-19-08.
Brenda Lee Singer Brenda Lee was one of the most popular female vocalists of the 1950s and 1960s. He’s My Rock, MCA, 1975. Find Yourself Another Puppet, MCA, 1976. Takin’ What I Can Get, MCA, 1976. Could It Be I Found Love Tonight / Leftover Love, Elektra, 1978. Tell Me What It’s Like, MCA, 1979. The Cowboy and the Dandy, MCA, 1980. Don’t Promise Me Anything, MCA, 1980. Broken Trust, MCA, 1980.
Brenda Lee is the second studio album by American pop and country artist Brenda Lee. The album was released August 1, 1960 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. The album's second single "Sweet Nothin's" became Lee's first major hit single on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking within the Top 10. This was followed by the third single "I'm Sorry" released the following year that became her first single to top the Billboard Hot 100.
Album, 1960, MCA Records, Decca. 2. Weep No More My Baby. Album, 03 Abril 1961, Decca. Just Another Lie. 3. If You Love Me (Really Love Me). 4. Crazy Talk. 5. When I Fall in Love. 7. Swanee River Rock. 8. Will You Love Me Tomorrow.
Brenda Lee (born Brenda Mae Tarpley; December 11, 1944) is an American performer and the top-charting solo female vocalist of the 1960s. She sang rockabilly, pop and country music, and had 47 US chart hits during the 1960s, and is ranked fourth in that decade surpassed only by Elvis Presley, the Beatles and Ray Charles. She is known for her 1960 hit "I'm Sorry", and 1958's "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree", which has become a Christmas standard.
Emotions is the fourth studio album by American pop and country artist Brenda Lee. The album was released April 3, 1961 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. It was one of two studio albums released by Lee in 1961 and its title track spawned from the album became a Top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 the same year.
Find Yourself Another Puppet" b/w "What I Had With You". 38. 23. "Brother Shelton" b/w "Now He's Coming Home" (from Sincerely). - - - - "Christmas Will Just Be Another Lonely Day" b/w "This Time Of The Year" ("Winter Wonderland", also from the "Merry Christmas from Brenda Lee" album, was the B-side in the U. - - - 25. - 1998. Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree" (re-release) b/w "Papa Noel" (Non-album track).