Showing recordings 51-60 of 323 that were created in 2009 by willis99. The recordings are sorted by date. Click the year links to view recordings for a different year or the page links further down to view more recordings for the currently selected year.
By willis99 in the Style of Mandy Barnett
226 views 16 comments 5+
"A Simple I Love You" - Mandy Barnett This is such a simple song, but one that projects such a powerful message with only a few simple words. I hope you enjoy my gender bender of this beautiful song. Raymond
By willis99 in the Style of George Strait
118 views 35 comments 5+
"The Fireman" - George Strait This is such a fun song to sing! Yes...We should always pause pay tribute to the firemen and the services they provide to our communities! Oh Yes...they call them..."The Firemen"! I hope you enjoy my rendition. This song is my entry into the Country Weekend One Song Singoff! Raymond "The Fireman" is a song recorded by country music artist George Strait. It is the third and final single released from his 1984 album Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind. It reached #5 on the country music chart in the United States, and #10 in Canada. It is one of George Strait's most popular songs.
By willis99 in the Style of Ed Ames
47 views 9 comments 1
"My Cup Runneth Over" - Ed Ames This is such a wonderful old tune that I just couldn't resist singing the other day. I certainly hope you enjoy my rendition. I was just developing this old sore throat, but wanted to get this one posted. Raymond
By willis99 in the Style of Dean Martin
83 views 36 comments 5+
"Return To Me" (Ritorna-Me) - Dean Martin I always loved this song and thought it was so romantic. I was actually inspired by my dear friend and duet partner, "Num1gm" to sing this today. Dean Martin had the silky smooth voice to go along with this song and it was one that just stuck with you once you heard it. I hope you enjoy my rendition. This is my man entry song for Round 4 of "The Year You Were Born" contest. (Group 5) Raymond Warden Return to Me is a romantic movie rated PG. Return to Me was directed by Bonnie Hunt and starred David Duchovny as Bob and Minnie Driver as Grace. It was filmed in Chicago in 1999, and released in April 2000. * This film gets its title from the Dean Martin recording of the same name. The voices of the female background singers are removed electronically for the film version. * Bonnie Hunt's directorial debut sold more copies to the airline industry than any other single film in history. * This was Carroll O'Connor's last film. * Many of the restaurant scenes in the movie were filmed at Twin Anchors, in Chicago's Old Town neighborhood. The hospital scenes were filmed in Michael Reese Hospital.
By willis99 in the Style of Elvis Presley
74 views 24 comments 5+
"Can't Help Falling In Love" - Elvis Presley This is undoubtedly one of my very favorite Elvis songs of all time an I never tire of singing this one. I hope you will enjoy my rendition. Raymond "Can't Help Falling in Love", by George Weiss, Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore, is a pop song based on "Plaisir d'amour" by Jean Paul Egide Martini. It was rewritten for the 1961 film Blue Hawaii, starring Elvis Presley. Presley's version of the song appeared in others films, including Coyote Ugly. "(I Can't Help) Falling in Love With You" is a 1993 single by the band UB40. It was a cover of the 1961 Elvis Presley song of the same name. It was the first single from their 1993 album Promises and Lies. The song was released on May 10, 1993, in the majority of countries worldwide. It was a great success, reaching number one in Austria, the Netherlands, Sweden, UK, the US, Australia, and New Zealand. The song appears on the soundtrack to the movie Sliver.
"Lead Me On" - Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn This is a wonderful old country duet and my partner, Judie (Num1gm) had laid the perfect foundation for me to join her on this one. We hope you will enjoy our rendition. This song is our entry for Round 2 of the SexyTexasBeauty duet contest! Raymond & Judie Lead Me Onis a 1971 vocal duet studio album by American country music singer-songwriters, Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty. This was Lynn and Twitty's second duet album together. With their previous album, We Only Make Believe, they became a successful duo and won a Grammy award for their #1 hit, "After the Fire Is Gone". This album's title track was a the only single, and became the duo's second #1 hit together, as well as their second released single. The duo's album includes 11 tracks. One of the tracks, "I Wonder If You Told Her About Me" was a self-penned composition by Twitty. The album includes a list of cover versions, including Webb Pierce's "Back Street Affair", a 1950s Country hit. It also includes, Freddie Hart's "Easy Loving" and Bobby Edwards' "You're the Reason". Recording for the album began and ended in 1971. The single and album were both released at the end of 1971. The album peaked at #2 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and #106 on the Billboard 200. In addition, the album also sold 500,000 copies, and received a "Gold" rating by the RIAA. Lead Me On became the duo's second album to be certified "Gold".
"The Heart Won't Lie" - Reba McEntire & Vince Gill The is a wonderful duet where I have joined my marvelous partner, Judie (Num1gm) and we are hoping you will enjoy the results. This is a fabulous love song! Raymond & Judie
By willis99 in the Style of Dan Hill
78 views 10 comments 4
"Lord I Love Your Touch" - Deelyght Jagessar This is another marvelous re-write (Deelyght-Twist), by heartsong7! The tune originated from the wonderful recording of "Sometimes When We Touch", by Dan Hill. I'm sure you will recognize the tune, but pay close attention to the new wording. The message is so powerful and one that we're hoping will touch each of you in a special way....ENJOY! Raymond "Lord I Love Your Touch" I asked Christ, "Do you love me?" And I cried when He replied "For you I went to Calvary and stretched out my arms and died!" I know He will not judge me On what I've said and done His love is so amazing-- He, my heart has won! And Lord I love your touch You've changed my life so much Oh you took away my sin and pride I'm gonna love you til I die I'm so glad You heard my cry I wanna love You...I'm so glad You're in my life! Oh life was filled with tragedy Heart was breaking and I cried But through the insecurity Your tenderness brought smiles Dear Lord I am your child So thankful for Your Truth You made my burdens lighter I'm so in love with You! And Lord I love your touch You've changed my life so much Oh you took away my sin and pride I'm gonna love you til I die I'm so glad You heard my cry I wanna love You...I'm so glad You're in my life! At times my sorrow breaks me And drives me to my knees And then Your love just breaks through You hold me endlessly I'll never understand You or know why You gave your life I've felt Your love surround me Your love took away my strife! Now I am not a drifter Since You became my friend My life is so much sweeter I want to praise Your name again! And Lord I love your touch You've changed my life so much Oh you took away my sin and pride I'm gonna love you til I die I'm so glad You heard my cry I wanna love You...I'm so glad You're in my life! re-written by Deelyght Jagessar Nov.4th, 2009
"Meet Me In Montanna" - Dan Seals & Marie Osmond This was a new song for us but was such an inspirational song for Judie (Num1gm) and I to sing. A beautiful song and one that we're hoping you will enjoy. Raymond & Judie
"With You, I'm Born Again" - Billy Preston & Syreeta This is one more beautiful and sensual love song and a true joy to sing with my duet partner, Judie (Num1gm). We're hoping you will enjoy our rendition. Raymond & Judie "With You I'm Born Again" is a 1979 duet single by Motown recording artists Syreeta Wright and Billy Preston, released as a single off the Fast Break soundtrack. The song was credited as "Billy Preston and Syreeta". The single became an international hit for the duo reaching number four on the Billboard Hot 100 as well as number two on the UK Singles Chart. It was Preston's biggest hit in five years while it was Wright's biggest pop hit of her career. Mariah Carey and John Legend sang this song in a VH1 Save The Music Concert in Manhattan, April 11, 2005.