Top Dave Clark Five Albums
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The Dave Clark Five: The Hits (Bonus Track Version)
The Dave Clark Five: The Hits (Bonus Track Version)
[2008]
The History of the Dave Clark Five, Pt. 1
The History of the Dave Clark Five, Pt. 1
[1993]
Try Too Hard lyricsNineteen Days lyricsSomebody Find A New Love lyricsCrying Over You lyricsI Am On My Own lyricsI Need Love lyricsI Like It Like That lyricsSha-na-na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye lyricsI Said I Was Sorry lyricsYour Turn To Cry lyricsThe Red Balloon lyricsOver And Over lyricsDon't Let Me Down lyricsMighty Good Loving lyricsSmall Talk lyricsI've Got To Have A Reason lyricsOne Night lyricsBits And Pieces lyricsLove Me Tender lyricsInside And Out lyricsBecause lyricsLive In The Sky lyricsPlease Tell Me Why lyrics'til The Right One Comes Along lyricsMaze Of Love lyricsHaving A Wild Weekend lyricsDo You Still Love Me lyricsAnytime You Want Love lyricsStay lyricsRed And Blue lyricsWhen lyricsThinking Of You Baby lyricsAt The Place lyricsAt The Scene lyricsCome Home lyricsBlue Suede Shoes lyricsCatch Us If You Can lyricsHurting Inside lyricsHere Comes Summer lyricsI Miss You lyricsConcentration Baby lyricsYou Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby lyricsReelin' And Rockin' lyricsIf You Come Back lyricsA New Kind Of Love lyricsLook Before You Leap lyricsEverybody Knows (i Still Love You) lyricsDo You Love Me lyricsCan't You See That She's Mine lyricsSatisfied With You lyricsI'll Be Yours My Love lyricsYou Got What It Takes lyricsDon't Be Taken In lyricsBest Day's Work lyricsEverybody Get Together lyricsPut A Little Love In Your Heart lyricsGlad All Over lyricsI Knew It All The Time lyricsPoison Ivy lyricsDoctor Rhythm lyricsA Little Bit Now lyricsWhenever You're Around lyricsAny Way You Want It lyrics
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Related Information for Dave Clark FiveThe Dave Clark Five (DC5) was an English rock and roll group of the 60s, known as one of the few that were able to present something of a commercial threat to The Beatles, the dominant group of the period, during the beat music craze. They were, in fact, the second group of the ‘british invasion’ after the Beatles to have a chart hit in America with “Glad All Over”, a sort of ‘signature song’ of the band that continues to receive airplay. read more