SONGS WRITTEN BY OTHERS BUT PERFORMED BY THE BEE GEES


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Abilene (Brown, Gibson, Stanton, Loudermilk): Live (1964), not released.
A day in the life (Lennon, McCartney): Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978).
Alexander's ragtime band (Berlin): It can be found on the bootleg A kick in the head is worth eight in the pants.
All the way (Van Heusen, Cahn) (1953): On the bootleg Barry Gibb sings Sinatra.
As time goes (Hupfeld): Performed live by Barry Gibb at the Love and Hope Ball (Feb 28, 2004).

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Be Bop A Lula (Gene Vincent): Performed live by Barry Gibb at the 'Let It Rain' benefit gala (January 23, 2004).
Because
(Lennon, McCartney): Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978).
Being for the benefit of Mr. Kite (Lennon, McCartney): Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978).
Blowin' in the wind (B.Dylan): Live, not released.
Bye bye blackbird (Henderson, Dixon): It can be found on the bootleg A kick in the head is worth eight in the pants.
Bye bye love (B.Bryant, F.Bryant) (1957): Performed live by Barry and Maurice Gibb at the 2002 Love and Hope Ball.

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C is for cookie (Raposo) (1978): Robin Gibb speaks at the start (album: Sesame Street Fever, 1978).
Candy man (Orbison) (1961): Performed live by Barry and Maurice Gibb at the 2002 Love and Hope Ball.
Can't you see that she's mine (Clark, Smith) (1964): Brilliant from birth (1998).
Carry that weight (Lennon, McCartney): All this and World War II (1976); Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978).
C'me on Marianne (Brown, Bloodworth, 1967): On the bootleg Live in Berna 1968 (1968).
Come fly with me (Cahn) (1955): On the bootleg Barry Gibb sings Sinatra.

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Daydream (Sebastian) (1966): Inception / Nostalgia (1970); Brilliant from birth (1998).
Don't rush (Smith, Officer): On the 2003 Robin Gibb's album Magnet.
Don't you worry about me (Bloom, Koehler) (1953): On the bootleg Barry Gibb sings Sinatra.

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Earth angel (Smith, Officer): On the 2003 Robin Gibb's album Magnet.
Ellan Vannin (1854): Two versions: the 1969 one can be found on the bootlegs Unleashed and Bee Gees archives: Previously unreleased tracks 1966-1972 and the 1998 one was released on a single in 1998 and can be found on the bootlegs Dublin rehearsa' and One night only -Wembley 98.
Everyday I have to cry (Alexander) (1962): Released in 1965 as a single. It can be found on Turn around, look at us (1967); Rare, Precious and Beautiful, vol. II (1968); Brilliant from birth (1998).

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Fly me to the moon (Howard) (1964): On the bootleg Barry Gibb sings Sinatra.
From me to you (Lennon, McCartney) (1963): It can be found on Brilliant from birth (1998).

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Get back (McCartney) (1969): Performed live by Barry and Maurice Gibb at the 2002 Love and Hope Ball.
Getting better (Lennon, McCartney): Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978).
Golden slumbers (Lennon, McCartney): All this and World War II (1976).
Good morning good morning (Lennon, McCartney): Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978).

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Hallelujah I love her so (Ray Charles) (1956): Inception / Nostalgia (1970); Brilliant from birth (1998).
Happy birthday sweet sixteen (N. Sedaka): Performed on TV in 1983, not released.
Have you heard the word (Brahms, Sherrin, Grainer, 1970): It can be found on the bootleg Last minute demos.
Heartbreak hotel (Axton, Durden, Presley) (1956): Performed live by Barry and Maurice Gibb at the 2002 Love and Hope Ball.
Hey Jude (Lennon, McCartney): Duet Bee Gees – Wilson Picket. It can be found on the bootleg A kick in the head is worth eight in the pants.

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I can't stop loving you (Don Gibson): Performed live by Barry Gibb at the 'Let It Rain' benefit gala (January 23, 2004)
If I fell (Lennon, McCartney): It can be found on the bootleg A kick in the head is worth eight in the pants.
I get a kick out of you: On the bootleg Barry Gibb sings Sinatra.
I love you baby (Anka): Live, Not released.
I love you because (Payne) (1949): Inception / Nostalgia (1970); Brilliant from birth (1998).
Imagine (Lennon) (1971): Performed live by Barry and Maurice Gibb at the 2002 Love and Hope Ball.
I need you (G. Harrison): It can be found on the bootleg A kick in the head is worth eight in the pants.
In the bleak mid-winter (traditional Xmas carrol): Performed by Robin Gibb on ITV in 1999. It can be found on the boot issue of Idea.
In the wee small hours of the morning (Mann, Hilliard): Performed live by Barry Gibb at the Love and Hope Ball (Feb 28, 2004).
I've got you under my skin (Porter, 1936): On the bootleg Barry Gibb sings Sinatra.
It was a very good year (Drake) (1965): On the bootleg Barry Gibb sings Sinatra.
I want you (Lennon, McCartney): Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978).

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Just one look (Carrol, Payne) (1951): It can be found on Brilliant from birth (1998).

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Lady is a tramp (Hart, Rodgers) (1937): On the bootleg Barry Gibb sings Sinatra.
Lady Madonna (McCartney) (1968): Performed live by Barry and Maurice Gibb at the 2002 Love and Hope Ball.
Leave me here to linger with the ladies (Brahms, Grainer, Sherrin) (1979): Sing a rude song (the London cast) (1970). It can be also found on the bootleg The loner.
Let it be (Lennon, McCartney): Not released, but part of it can be found on the bootlegs Lost and found and Gibb Treasures..
Little girl with the laughing face (Silvers, Van Heusen, 1945): On the bootleg Barry Gibb sings Sinatra.
Live-in world (Foskett) (1986): It was released on a single, its benefits being for the Anti-heroin Project. Robin Gibb sings one of the lines and on the chorus.
Lollipop: Not released but it can be found on the bootleg The complete Storytellers.
Lonely winter (C. Keats) (1966): Inception / Nostalgia (1970); Brilliant from birth (1998).
Love hurts (B. Bryant): Performed live by Barry and Maurice Gibb at the 2002 Love and Hope Ball. Recorded and released by Robin Gibb on his 2003 album Magnet.

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Mack the Knife (Weill, Blitzstein): On the bootleg Barry Gibb sings Sinatra.
Memphis, Tennessee (Chuck Berry): Performed live by Barry Gibb at the 'Let It Rain' benefit gala (January 23, 2004).
Money (Bradford, Gordy): Duet Bee Gees- Jerry Lee Lewis. It can be found on the bootleg A kick in the head is worth eight in the pants.
My kind of town (Cahn, Van Heusen): Performed live by Barry Gibb at the Love and Hope Ball (Feb 28, 2004).
My old man's a dustman (Derived from an old army tune with lyrics by Donegan): Performed live on Brian Henderson's Bandstand (Australia, 1965)
My way (Anka, Ravaux, Thibault) (1968): On the bootleg Barry Gibb sings Sinatra.

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New York, New York (Ebb, Kender): On the bootleg Barry Gibb sings Sinatra.
No doubt (Smith, Mangram): On the 2003 Robin Gibb's album Magnet.
Nowhere man (Lennon, McCartney): Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978).

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O' come all ye faithful (Traditional): On the bootleg A Bee Gees Christmas.
Oh darling (Lennon, McCartney): Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978).
Oh Donna: Live by request (2001)

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Paperback writer (Lennon, McCartney) (1966): Inception / Nostalgia (1970); Brilliant from birth (1998).
Please (Graves, Reid): On the 2003 Robin Gibb's album Magnet.
Please please me (Lennon, McCartney): Live, not released.
Polythene Pam (Lennon, McCartney): Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978).

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Sgt Pepper's (Lennon, McCartney): Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978).
Save your heart for me (Geld, Udell): It can be found on the bootleg Spirits having flown Demos.
Secret love (Webster, Fein): Performed live by Barry Gibb at the Love and Hope Ball (Feb 28, 2004).
Send in the clowns (Sondheim): Performed live by Barry Gibb at the Love and Hope Ball (Feb 28, 2004).
Sesame street fever
(Raposo) (1978): It can be found, sung by Robin Gibb, on the album Sesame Street Fever (1978).
Shahdaroba (Orbison): Performed live by Barry and Maurice Gibb at the 2002 Love and Hope Ball.
She came in through the bathroom window (Lennon, McCartney): All this and World War II (1976); Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978).
She loves you (Lennon, McCartney): It can be found on the bootleg A kick in the head is worth eight in the pants.
She's leaving home (Lennon, McCartney): Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978).
Silent night (Mohr, Gruber): It can be found on the Bee Gees fan club EP (1979) and on the boots Gibb Treasures and A Bee Gees Christmas.
Somewhere (Bernstein, Sondheim) (1956): Inception / Nostalgia (1970); Brilliant from birth (1998).
Special (Smith, Mahoney, Hamilton): On the 2003 Robin Gibb's album Magnet.
Strange brew (Clapton, Pappalardi, Collins): On the bootleg Live in Berna 1968 (1968).
Strangers in the night (Kaempfert, Singleton, Snyder): Performed live by Barry Gibb at the Love and Hope Ball (Feb 28, 2004).
Such a shame (Melouney: a Bee Gee at that time)(1968): Idea (1968).
Summer wind (Meier, Bradtke, Mercer): Performed live by Barry Gibb at the Love and Hope Ball (Feb 28, 2004).
Sun king (Lennon, McCartney): All this and World War II (1976).
Swinging on a star (Burke, Van Heusen): Performed live by Barry Gibb at the Love and Hope Ball (Feb 28, 2004).

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That I'll be the day (Buddy Holly): Live, Not released.
That old black magic (Rydell): Performed live by Barry Gibb at the Love and Hope Ball (Feb 28, 2004).
That's life (Gordon): On the bootleg Barry Gibb sings Sinatra.
The end (Jacobson, Krondes) (1958): Inception / Nostalgia (1970); Brilliant from birth (1998).
Theme from ['The Travels of] Jamie McPheeters' (Winn, Harline) (1963): First released, as B-side of 'Turn around, look at me', in 1964. It can be found on Turn around, look at us (1967); Rare, Precious and Beautiful, vol. II (1968); Brilliant from birth (1998).
The way you look tonight (Kern, Fields): Performed live by Barry Gibb at the Love and Hope Ball (Feb 28, 2004).
The twelfth of never
(Webster, Livingston) (1956): Inception / Nostalgia (1970); Brilliant from birth (1998).
This boy (Lennon, McCartney): It can be found on the bootleg A kick in the head is worth eight in the pants.
Three coins in the fountain (Styne, Chan): Performed live by Barry Gibb at the Love and Hope Ball (Feb 28, 2004).
Ticket to ride (Lennon, McCartney) (1965): Inception / Nostalgia (1970); Brilliant from birth (1998).
Trash (Joe Raposo): Sung by Robin Gibb on the album Sesame Street Fever (1978).
Turn around look at me (Capehart) (1961): Released in 1964 as a single. It can be found on Turn around, look at us (1967); Rare, Precious and Beautiful, vol. III (1970); Brilliant from birth (1998).
Twist and shout (Lennon and McCartney): Live, not released.

W
Wait forever (Dixon, Mitchell, Holmes, Purser, Miller): On the 2003 Robin Gibb's album Magnet.
Wake up little Susie: Live (1957), not released.
Watching you (Smith, Officer): On the 2003 Robin Gibb's album Magnet.
Wedding Bells (T. Steele): Live, not released.
What a beautiful creature you are (Donovan): Performed by Maurice Gibb and Lulu on TV, not released.
What a wonderful you: On the boot Gibb Treasures.
What's new Mary Jane: On the boot Gibb Treasures.
Will you love me tomorrow (Carole King, Goffin) (1961): Recorded by The Bee Gees for Carole King's album Tapestry Revisited (1995). Performed live by Barry Gibb at the 'Let It Rain' benefit gala (January 2004)
Witchcraft (Leigh, Coleman) (1957): On the boot Barry Gibb sings Sinatra.
With a little help from my friends (Lennon, McCartney): Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978).
Without a song (Rose, Eliscu, Youngman) (1941): On the boot Barry Gibb sings Sinatra.

Y
Yesterday's gone (Kidd, Stuart) (1964): It can be found on Brilliant from birth (1998).
You'll never walk alone (Rodgers and Hammerstein): Performed live by Barry Gibb at the 'Let It Rain' benefit gala (January 23, 2004).
You make me feel so young: Performed live by Barry Gibb at the Love and Hope Ball (Feb 28, 2004).
Young at heart (Richards, Leigh) (1953): On the boot Barry Gibb sings Sinatra.
You're nobody till somebody loves you (Cavanaugh, Morgan, Stock): Inception / Nostalgia (1970); Brilliant from birth (1998).
You're the reason I'm living (Darin) (1963): Inception / Nostalgia (1970); Brilliant from birth (1998).
You won't see me (Lennon, McCartney) (1965): Inception / Nostalgia (1970); Brilliant from birth (1998).

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