(I Love You) for Sentimental Reasons" is a popular song written by Ivory "Deek" Watson, founding member of the Ink Spots, and William "Pat" Best, founding member of the Four Tunes. Best later said that Watson had nothing to do with the creation of the song, but Watson maintained in his late 1960s autobiography that he and Best wrote the song together, lyrics and music respectively.
For Sentimental Reasons is an album by American singer, songwriter and producer Linda Ronstadt, released in late 1986. The album peaked at on Billboard 200, as well as on the Top Jazz Albums chart. It was the third consecutive Platinum-certified collaboration between Ronstadt and bandleader/arranger Nelson Riddle and Ronstadt's eleventh million-selling album overall.
I love you and you alone were meant for me Please give your loving heart to me And say we'll never part. I think of you every morning Dream of you every night Darling, I'm never lonely Whenever you are in sight. I love you for sentimental reasons I hope you do believe me I've given you my heart. Writer(s): BOUNDS WILLIAM BEST III, WATSON DEEK. N. Nat King Cole Lyrics. About (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons. He also was the first black musician to host his own radio show and television show. (I Love You) for Sentimental Reasons (1946) was one of Nat King Cole’s biggest hits. It was originally written in 1945 by Ivory Deek Watson and William Pat Best. However, Nat King Cole’s version brought the song into the mainstream spotlight; it lasted twelve weeks on the Billboard Best Seller Chart and held steady at the number one position.
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