Question: Who Wrote The Song Amanda By Don Williams?

Who wrote Amanda sung by Don Williams?

Bob McDillAmanda/Composers.

When was the song Amanda released?


Is Don Williams the country singer still alive?

September 8, 2017Don Williams/Date of death

How do you spell Amanda?

Amanda is a Latin female gerundive name meaning “deserving to be loved,” “worthy of love,” or “loved very much by everyone.” Its diminutive form includes Mandy, Manda and Amy.

Are elephants gentle giants?

Long before humans arrived on this planet, elephants have been walking on Earth. Often referred to as the ‘keystone’ species by scientists, these gentle giants play a significant role in maintaining the ecological balance of their habitat.

What Killed Don Williams?

September 8, 2017Don Williams/Date of death

How tall is Don Williams?

1.85 mDon Williams/Height

Who sang Amanda with Chris Stapleton?

Don WilliamsMorgane Stapleton (née Hayes), is an American singer-songwriter and the wife of Chris Stapleton….As a featured/guest artist.Year2017Song”Amanda” with Chris StapletonArtistVarious ArtistsAlbumGentle Giants: The Songs of Don Williams4 more columns

Did Don Williams write Amanda?

“Amanda” is a 1973 song written by Bob McDill and recorded by both Don Williams (1973) and Waylon Jennings (1974). “Amanda” was Waylon Jennings’s eighth solo number one on the country chart.

Who is known as the gentle giant?

Don WilliamsDon Williams, the country singer and Nashville songwriter best known for his 1981 hit ballad I Believe in You, has died at home in Alabama aged 78. On Friday his publicist confirmed Williams, who was known as “the Gentle Giant” because of his easygoing temperament, died after a short illness.

He is the son of country music singer Hank Williams, the half-brother of Jett Williams, and the father of Hank Williams III, Holly Williams, Hilary Williams, Sam Williams and Katie Williams.

When did Boston release Amanda?

1976More Than a Feeling/Released

Who sang the song Mandy?

Barry ManilowBarry BanilowCould It Be Magic/Artists