I’ll Never Find Another You — The Seekers

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When you hear the name “Springfield” in a musical context, you probably think of Dusty. That’s my first reaction too.

But there’s another very important Springfield in a musical context, Dusty’s brother Tom. And although he’s been largely forgotten through the mists of time, Tom Springfield was responsible for some of the best-selling records of the 1960s.

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Without words, it’s just a nice tune. Add words — now you’ve got a song. And songs can change your world. I write about some that changed mine.

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No Words, No Song

No Words, No Song

Without words, it’s just a nice tune. Add words — now you’ve got a song. And songs can change your world. I write about some that changed mine.

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