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They began working together in 1965 in Bristol, England, and wrote the hit songs "This Golden Ring" and "You've Got Your Troubles" for the British group the Fortunes. They teamed with George Martin to do a cover of the Beatles' "Michelle", which was a hit single in 1966 in both the UK (#11 UK Singles Chart) and the U.S. (U.S. Billboard Hot 100 #18, U.S. AC #3). They had a top 10 in the UK in 1966 with "Lovers of the World Unite", which reached number 7. The stage names "David and Jonathan" presumably come from the ancient Hebrew king David and prince Jonathan, whose close personal friendship was documented in the First Book of Samuel.
After David and Jonathan had run its course, the duo continued to write successful hit singles both alone and together, for artists such as Blue Mink, the Hollies, Engelbert Humperdinck, Whistling Jack Smith and others.
|1965||"Laughing Fit to Cry"||-||-||-|
|"Speak Her Name"||-||-||-|
|"Lovers of the World Unite"||7||-||42|
|"Ten Storeys High"||-||-||-|
|"Tu cambi idea"||-||-||-|
|"Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)"||-||-||92|
|1967||"The Magic Book"||-||-||-|
|"She's Leaving Home"||-||-||93|
|"Softly Whispering I Love You"||-||-||19|
|1968||"You Ought to Meet My Baby"||-||-||-|
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