Clay Aiken – Beautiful Words To 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 haunting 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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Comments

  1. Thank you for all the pictures and the video. This tour was the only time I saw Clay in concert in Glenside, Pa.I did not see Jerome, but it was still a great opening of the show. The words and music are beautiful. Clay's voice I will never forget. Thank you to CANN, I can always watch the video again and again.

  2. The years sure fly by. I saw Clay in Cleveland for this concert. Yes, Jerome opened the show and we all had a laugh. I hope Jerome's life is still improving after that terrible accident a few years ago.

  3. Clay's voice soars when performing "Where Do I Begin"! Thank you, CANN for sharing! Have a peaceful Sunday everyone!

  4. Oh my GOODNESS!!!!!!! Where to START!! AWESOME. BEAUTIFUL, HANDSOME,??????i COUD GO ON AND ON AND ON. THANK YOU> HUGS

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