Clay Aiken -Beautiful Words And Haunting Music

Where Do I Begin is a popular song that was published in 1970. The song was first introduced as an instrumental piece in the 1970 film, Love Story. It wasn’t until the theme became popular that the lyrics were added.

Francis Lai wrote the haunting music to Where Do I Begin and Carl Sigman was the lyricist who added the beautiful words to the music.

I saw Clay in San Francisco at the final Tried & True concert.  It was a popular event in San Francisco and I will never forget sitting there and hearing Clays voice filling the theatre from backstage.  And when the curtains parted, we all looked up to see JEROME standing at the mike, pretending that he was the artist for the night!!  It was a fun touch for the final concert.

But beyond the laughter, we could hear Clay’s pure voice singing the beautiful song!

Have you heard Clay sing Where Do I Begin?

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4 thoughts on “Clay Aiken -Beautiful Words And Haunting Music

  1. It truly is a very beautiful song – and I did hear Clay sing it at the TnT Tour in Cleveland. We had very good 3rd row seats and it was wonderful – my 2 daughters were with me – one of them had a M&G and she got my “Learning To Sing” book signed for me, it was a day to remember!

    Thank you – for the memory – the photos – and the beautiful video.

  2. I, too, saw T&T in Cleveland. Clay brought the house down that evening with his moving songs and personality. I almost don't remember the 2+ hr. ride back home because the concert was still replaying in my head.

  3. Thank you for the pictures and the video. The video is great. I love this song. This is the only time I saw Clay in concert in Pa. I will never forget this this. It was a great show. I wish I could Clay in live in concert. Thank you for the memories.

  4. This song should belong to Clay, his rendition is beyond compare! The octaves, the power and the emotions! Thank you, CANN! Beautiful!

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