Love Songs is a low-budget collection of previously recorded songs by Bobby Vinton for Epic Records. Five of the songs were previously released as singles, while the remaining five were album tracks. This collection contains only one of Vinton's #1 American pop hits, "There! I've Said It Again". The version of "The End of the World" is a re-recorded version that Vinton made in 1972; he had previously recorded it in 1967.

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  • Love Songs is a low-budget collection of previously recorded songs by Bobby Vinton for Epic Records. Five of the songs were previously released as singles, while the remaining five were album tracks. This collection contains only one of Vinton's #1 American pop hits, "There! I've Said It Again". The version of "The End of the World" is a re-recorded version that Vinton made in 1972; he had previously recorded it in 1967. (en)
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  • Love Songs is a low-budget collection of previously recorded songs by Bobby Vinton for Epic Records. Five of the songs were previously released as singles, while the remaining five were album tracks. This collection contains only one of Vinton's #1 American pop hits, "There! I've Said It Again". The version of "The End of the World" is a re-recorded version that Vinton made in 1972; he had previously recorded it in 1967. (en)
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