Be Anything (but Be Mine)" is a popular song composed by Irving Gordon and was published in 1952.
Be anything, but, darling, be mine. Be a wise man, be a fool. Treat me tender or be cruel. Be anything, but, darling, be mine. Climb to the top of the ladder. Be master of all you survey. Fail and it still doesn't matter. If you love me, everything is okay. Be the angel of my prayers. Be the devil, who cares. Be Anything (But Be Mine) Lyrics. Love Is Me, Love Is You I Was Such A Fool . Sheet music.
Gloria Lynne recorded "Be Anything (but Be Mine)" early in 1964 as her debut release on Mercury Records' Fontana label as Fontana The track entered the Hot 100 in April 1964 but rose no higher than its hit potential stymied by a lawsuit which barred the sales of any Fontana releases by Lynne, the singer's prior label Everest Records contending to still have Lynne contractually obligated
Be Anything (But Be Mine) (Gordon) by Connie Francis, conducted by Alan Lorber. Connie’s final Billboard top 40 single revived a song hit of 1952, popularized that year by Eddy Howard. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Connie Francis cut a single version of "Be Anything (but Be Mine)" in an 8 April 1964 session in New York City produced by Danny Davis with Alan Lorber as arranger/conductor. With "Be Anything (but Be Mine)", Francis returned to the mode of remaking traditional pop songs which had provided her with most of her early Top Ten hits although in the '60s she'd abandoned that formula except for "Together" a hit in 1961.
Be Anything (But Be Mine). Scheduled for release in April 1963, but postponed owing to postponed release of Connie Francis sings Award Winning Motion Picture Hits. The Very Best of Connie Francis. Vocals as on US album of same name, but different orchestrations.
Traditional Pop. 7 Followers. Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero (born December 12, 1938), known professionally as Connie Francis, is an American pop singer best known for several international hit songs including "Who's Sorry Now?," "Lipstick on Your.