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- 23 181
- This is said to be the most successful German single ever released. "Heimweh" was the B-side but the much bigger hit. As of July 1956 it stayed at the top of the German charts for four months, and the single sold three million copies until the end of 1958 in Germany alone (reportedly 8 million worldwide over the years).
|Heimweh (Dort, wo die Blumen blüh'n)||Freddy||Terry Gilkyson, Frank Miller, Richard Dehr, Peter Göhler, Ralf Arnie||Covered by (10 artists)
Originally by Mindy Carson with Ray Conniff's Orchestra & The Columbians
|Sie hieß Mary-Ann||Freddy||Merle Travis, Peter Moesser||Covered by (3 artists)
Originally by Merle Travis