Here I Sit

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Here I Sit music_note "Here I Sit " was recorded by The Ronettes .   "It was taken from a men's room wall: 'Here I sit, broken hearted/Fell in love, but now we parted' instead of 'farted.' 'Couldn't see the writing on the wall' If that isn't enough of a hint!" -- Harry Nilsson
Here I Sit (performed by Ronettes) music_note The Ronettes recording of Harry Nilsson's "Here I Sit " is available on The Best of the Ronettes CD. "Here I Sit" by the Ronettes
Here I Sit (performed by Tricia Scotti) music_note Tricia Scotti's performance of "Here I Sit " is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .


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Here I Sit (performed by Ronettes) music_note The Ronettes recording of Harry Nilsson's "Here I Sit " is available on The Best of the Ronettes CD. "Here I Sit" by the Ronettes
Here I Sit (performed by Tricia Scotti) music_note Tricia Scotti's performance of "Here I Sit " is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
This Could Be the Night music_note In 1964, Harry Nilsson began a short association with famed producer, Phil Spector . The association resulted in three songs: "This Could Be The Night ," recorded by the Modern Folk Quartet , and the Ronettes numbers "Paradise " and "Here I Sit ."   The Modern Folk Quartet's version of ...
One Last Touch of Nilsson article This article is from Goldmine Magazine (Vol. 20 No. 9 Issue 359 dated April 29, 1994). Bruce Ansley contacted Krause Publications Group, Inc. and Dawn Eden and they were kind enough to grant him permission to place the article online. Once he had ...
Here I Sit music_note "Here I Sit " was recorded by The Ronettes .   "It was taken from a men's room wall: 'Here I sit, broken hearted/Fell in love, but now we parted' instead of 'farted.' 'Couldn't see the writing on the wall' If that isn't enough of a hint!" -- Harry Nilsson
Phil Spector person Harry Nilsson first met famed music producer Phil Spector at Perry Botkin's office in late 1964. "Phil was walking down the hallway and he heard my demo and he said, 'Who's that?' Turns out that Perry Botkin used to publish Phil when Phil was a teenager, and he said, 'That's Harry Nilsson .' ...