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Oldies/Song from 50s or 60s called "Marlene"


John C wrote at 2007-11-29 04:55:49
Hi! I think the song you are looking for is by a group called the Concords. Teddy Grable sang lead and they recorded for a lot of different labels. I have talked to the woman who claims to be the "Marlene" of the song. She claims that her dad was the Concord's manager.I have an MP3 of it and the lyrics seem to match...

debbiej wrote at 2008-03-01 09:16:54
This might help a little. The title WAS "Marlene," and it did begin with, "Marlene, won't you let me take you to the dance's a quarter to eight, and it's getting late and that is why..." and the chorus sounds like the 4 seasons falsetto--"Ma ma ma-ma ma-ma ma-Marlene, MA mamamamama, MA-ma, ma Marlene, ma ma ma-Mar-lene."  :)

teddy grable wrote at 2008-10-06 23:13:07
hello everyone,my name is teddy grable and i did sing lead for the concords from 1963 to 1966;the song marlene was the concords biggest record and mike lasman was the lead singer at the time...

teddy grable...10/06/08

Marlene wrote at 2009-01-22 23:13:59
I remember the song name is Marlene.  I don't know the singer, but here are the words:

Marlene won't you let me take you to the dance tonight.....I'd love so to walk you home alone and hold you tight....Marlene, you're the only girl I give my kisses to....There'll never be another girl for me but you........

I would love to hear it again!

Marlene wrote at 2012-01-16 08:45:31
Actually the song you where looking for is by the Concords in 1962! Its titled Marlene and you can find it on youtube. I love this song my name also being Marlene :D

marlene briere wrote at 2013-09-17 23:53:04
i know what song you mean iv been looking for a while for that songall I know of the song is "I have never seen ,,a girl like you marlene" and it was sung by ...... brother  

Williamed wrote at 2014-09-29 22:03:49
One of the likne's in the song whent like this " I have never seen , a girl like you Marlene"  


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Most 20th century pop music up to the 1970s.


Working musician from the late 1950s to today, playing a wide variety of pop and jazz tunes. Also have worked as a radio personality on a number of small east coast stations over the years, playing jazz and pop records from the late '30s to the late '70s.

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