"Somewhere There's Someone..."
Q: TOM: I am 27 years old and have been a fan of yours since I was in my teens. As a teenager, I searched for all your record albums and even called up an oldies radio station once or twice to request your songs. I managed to find a few 45s of yours which I have played over and over. The first CD I ever purchased was a collection of your songs. I really love the way you deliver a song. Your singing style epitomized the allure of the '50s, an era with which I have always been fascinated. You seem equally at home with a fast or slow number. Your upbeat recordings are full of pep, fun and energy while the ballads are beautifully moving. "Somewhere There's Someone Who Loves You" is probably my favorite of all of your recordings. I've always wondered where this beautiful song came from. Where did you discover it? Thank you for all the wonderful music you have made over the years, and the happy times your recordings have brought me personally. I will always consider you one of the greatest female pop singers of all time.
A: TERESA: "I appreciate all your very nice comments. Thank you so much, Tom. I found 'Somewhere There's Someone Who Loves You' in a most convenient place -- my home. You see, my husband (Bob Thiele) wrote it! I agree with you that it's a beautiful song. If I recall correctly, Frankie Laine had a minor hit with it a few years before I recorded it."
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