Tom Jones Songs Lyrics 
On The Acoustic

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Tom Jones Songs Lyrics
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3. It's Not
Unusual

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4. Just Help
Yourself

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5. Say You'll Stay
Until Tomorrow

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6. She's A Lady

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7. Set Me Free
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Song Facts

Song fact for Delilah - PJ Proby recorded this song in late November 1967, but hated the song so much he decided not to include it on his album.

Tom Jones decided to record his version in Dec, a month later. Delilah was a monster smash hit for Jones, hitting #1 in many countries

Song fact for I Believe - I'm not sure when Tom Jones recorded this song but it was sometime around 1970 or before. But there is no indication that he released this song as a single. And I'm not sure which album the song hails from.

Song fact for It's Not Unusual - PJ Proby recorded this song in late November 1967, but hated the song so much he decided not to include it on his album.

Tom Jones decided to record his version in Dec, a month later. Delilah was a monster smash hit for Jones, hitting #1 in many countries.

Song fact for Just Help Yourself - This song was another monster song for Tom Jones when it was released back in 1968. It was a #1 in five countries and a top 10 in three others.

This is actually an Italian song with completely different lyrics, so the melody was put to new English lyrics and voila.

Song fact for Say You'll Stay Until Tomorrow - Tom Jones released this song back in 1977 and the song became a #1 country hit in both the US and Canada.

Song fact for She's A Lady - She's A Lady is a single from the 1971 album of the same name. The song hit #1 in Canada and #2 in the US.

Paul Anka wrote the song and released his version a year earlier in 1970, but the Jones version became the most popular.

Song fact for Set Me Free - This song was a big hit for Tom Jones back in 1968.

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