Phil Spector's first n°1 US, first stone of what would become a whole wall of sound and an epitaph to boot: "To know him was to love him" marks the grave of his father.
John Williams [as Les Plus beaux jours de nos amours]
Mathé Altéry [idem]
Alice Babs [as Du, nur du du du allein]
Beatles [as To Know Her Is To Love Her; also their very last encore of their very last set at The Cavern and according to the fan who requested the song, no one in the room, not even John Lennon, kept it dry]
Peter & Gordon [idem]
Frank Alamo [as Long-long-longtemps]
Michèle Torr [as Tout doucement]
Buddy Leclerc et les Merseys [as Toi mon coeur]
Filles [as Tout doucement/Nur du, du, du allein; French and German version]
Bobby Vinton [as To Know Her Is To Love Her]
Jody Miller [hit C&W]
Steeleye Span [with David Bowie on sax]
Marc Bolan & Gloria Jones [as To Know You Is To Love You]
Trio [Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris; n°1 C&W]
One of the ten songs in Greil Marcus' The History Of Rock 'N' Roll In 10 Songs.