In this musical odyssey, we delve into the enchanting world of Donny Osmond’s songs. From his chart-toppers that dominated the airwaves to the hidden gems that hold a special place in the hearts of his fans, each melody and lyric is a testament to his enduring talent and artistry.
Biggest Top 40 Hits
Go Away Little Girl 1971 (#1 for 3 Weeks)
“Go Away Little Girl” is a heartwarming ballad that catapulted Donny Osmond to stardom in 1971. His tender rendition of this song, which reached number one on the charts, captures the innocence of young love and the bittersweet feeling of longing.
Sweet and Innocent 1971 (#7)
Released in 1971, “Sweet and Innocent” is a lively and infectious tune that showcases Donny Osmond’s youthful charm. With its upbeat melody and catchy lyrics, this song resonated with audiences, making it a memorable hit.
Puppy Love 1972 (#3)
“Puppy Love,” released in 1972, is a timeless classic that remains a fan favorite. Donny Osmond’s heartfelt delivery and the song’s relatable lyrics captured the essence of young love, earning it a spot in the top three on the charts.
The Twelfth of Never 1973 (#8)
Donny Osmond’s rendition of “The Twelfth of Never” in 1973 is a testament to his vocal prowess. This beautiful ballad, which reached number eight on the charts, is a declaration of eternal love and remains an enduring favorite.
Hey Girl 1972 (#9)
“Hey Girl,” released in 1972, is a soulful and emotive song that showcases Donny Osmond’s versatility. With its heartfelt lyrics and Osmond’s expressive vocals, it touched the hearts of listeners, making it a top-ten hit.
Timeless Songs Beyond the Charts
Donny Osmond’s musical journey goes beyond the charts, as he’s crafted numerous songs that resonate deeply with his fans:
- Too Young
- Why / Lonely Boy
- I Have a Dream
- Soldier of Love
- Sacred Emotion
- Hold On
- Sure Lookin