Clay Aiken – Recorded in 2010



There’s a kind of hush

All over the world tonight

All over the world

People just like us are fallin’ in love

Yeah, they’re fallin’ in love

Hush, they’re fallin’ in love



There’s a Kind of Hush” is a popular song that was written by Les Reed and Geoff Stephens. It was a hit twice in the US charts.  Herman’s Hermits recorded the song in 1967 and the Carpenters recorded it in 1976.

The popular song has been recorded successfully at least twenty more times.  Clay Aiken recorded the song in 2010 and included it in his album, Tried & True.

Did you ever see Clay sing this song live?

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3 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – Recorded in 2010

  1. I first heard this song from Hermits Hermits's Peter Noone! Clay's rendition is amazing, especially with his high vocal arrangement by his good friend Ben Cohn! Thank you, CANN for sharing! TGIF!

  2. Clay’s recording of this song was the first song played during the dinner hour at my youngest daughter’s recent wedding. That made me so happy!

  3. I have herd kinda hush from hermits hermits peter noon to clay clays vershion of this is indeed amazing and that high vocial arrangement by his good friend ben cohn I thank you cann so much for sharing happy Friday

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