Truly, Truly True

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"Truly, Truly True"
Single by Brenda Lee
from the album The Versatile Brenda Lee
B-side "I Still Miss Someone"
Released March 1965
Genre Pop
Length2:40
Label Decca Records 31762
Songwriter(s) Dalibor Basler, Vladimir Rohlena, Al Stillman, Arthur Altman
Brenda Lee singles chronology
"Thanks a Lot"
(1965)
"Truly, Truly True"
(1965)
"Too Many Rivers"
(1965)

"Thanks a Lot"
(1965)
"Truly, Truly True"
(1965)
"Too Many Rivers"
(1965)

"Truly, Truly True" is a song written by Dalibor Basler, Vladimir Rohlena, Al Stillman, and Arthur Altman and performed by Brenda Lee. The song reached #9 on the adult contemporary chart and #54 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1965. [1] It was featured on her 1965 album, The Versatile Brenda Lee. [2]

Al Stillman was an American lyricist.

Arthur Altman was an American songwriter whose credits include "All or Nothing at All", with lyrics by Jack Lawrence, and the lyrics for "All Alone Am I", "I Will Follow Him", and "Truly, Truly True".

Brenda Lee American singer and recording artist

Brenda Lee is an American performer and the top-charting solo female vocalist of the 1960s. She sang rockabilly, pop and country music, and had 47 US chart hits during the 1960s, and is ranked fourth in that decade surpassed only by Elvis Presley, the Beatles and Ray Charles. She is known for her 1960 hit "I'm Sorry", and 1958's "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree", which has become a Christmas standard.

The song was arranged by Owen Bradley. [3]

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