Oldies/who sings this song and maybe where to purchase it
Olivia Brown wrote at 2006-10-11 06:47:59
It's called FUBAR on iTunes if you search for "Bobby Sherman". It's great.
B.T. wrote at 2009-07-04 16:34:22
I know this song. My dad used to sing it to me as a little girl. I too have had trouble finding it, as I would like it to be played as the father/daughter dance at my wedding. I know its called Kristy....and I believe it was a B side of an LP by Bobby Vinton....
Kristie wrote at 2009-07-12 04:05:10
Kristie, my little Kristie, so full of laughter so full of love, lose you one day a lose you, that's when a father must surely be strong! for now your eyes will shine with love all mine, you'll be my world my little girl...
that's the part I remember off the top of my head. I don't know where to get it unfortunately, aside from perhaps ebay. It was the flip side of a 45. I was named after that song.
MusicMeister wrote at 2009-09-28 16:05:29
Sorry to post so much later... but...
Try checking into the b side of Bobby Vinton's 'Halfway to Paradise' - it has a song called (My Little) Christie.
Christy wrote at 2009-10-01 17:25:36
It's by Bobby Vinton....(my little) christie it's on his the very best of bobby vinton CD. It has 2 disc's and it's on the second disc. I am actually looking for the lyrics. My parents used to sing this song to me when I was little and I'd like to dance with my father to that song for my wedding.....that's if it isn't a sappy song. I can only recall the chorus. Hope this has helped you!
VixenVena wrote at 2011-10-22 17:23:15
The song you're looking for is (My Little) Kristie by Bobby Vinton. It was in the album Vinton Sings Vinton. My father had this album in his collection. It's also spelled (My Little) Christie on later albums. It isn't available in mp3 format but can be found on Youtube.
Kristie wrote at 2013-01-12 05:39:03
I was named after that song. Kristie, my little kristie, so full of laughter, so full of joy........I'm 37, sooooo my parents had said it was one of their favorites if that helps. They gave me the 45 and I can't find it, but it was a 45 with a yellow label for sure