Here is the great success of the American cabaret singer Donna Lynton, that was sung by many other famous singers such as Shirley Bassey and Frankie Laine.
Donna Lynton (born in 1951 in Brooklyn, New York, as Dianne Carol Lynton) is an American singer. She began singing in the 1960's in a group called "The Ronettes". In 1974 she moved to Canada where she recorded a jazz album "Call me Donna". In 1976 she moved to the Netherlands, and one year later she recorded a single, "Charlie's Angels", the theme of the famous TV series, that was a big hit. She has since been recording in Dutch and English and made several LPs, her distinctive, Bassey-ish, voice giving her a diva-like status on the Dutch stage.
Discover and enjoy this long version!
If I never sing another song