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|Single by Ed Ames|
|from the album Time, Time|
|B-side||"One Little Girl at a Time"|
"There's a Time for Everything"
|Songwriter(s)||Armand Canfora, Joss Baselli, Michel Jourdan, Mort Shuman|
|Ed Ames singles chronology|
"Time, Time" is the title track of a 1967 album by Ed Ames. The song is also known as "Tu As Beau Sourire" (You Have a Beautiful Smile). The music was composed by Armand Canfora and Joss Baselli with lyrics by Michel Jourdan. In English the lyrics were written by Mort Shuman. On the Billboard Hot 100, "Time, Time" peaked at number sixty-one, and was Ames' second of three number ones on the Easy Listening chart in the US, when it topped the chart in June 1967.
Ed Ames, who also recorded as Eddie Ames, was an American pop singer and actor. He was known for playing Mingo in the television series Daniel Boone, and for his Easy Listening number #1 hits of the mid-to-late 1960s including "My Cup Runneth Over", "Time,Time", and "When the Snow Is on the Roses". He was also part of the popular 1950s singing group with his siblings, the Ames Brothers.
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