Hamilton, Joe Frank and Reynolds – Fallin’ in Love

First Hit #1: August 23, 1975

I don’t think Hamilton, Joe Frank or Reynolds are very good with words. Their band name, for instance, is just their names. And their hit song, Fallin’ In Love, is possibly the most generic expression of love that has ever been written. They have nothing new to say on the subject, or really anything to say, the lyrics seem like they’re pulling random cards off the valentine’s rack at a Hallmark store. The song itself does have a pretty good chorus – the boys can sing – but overall it’s just another love song, not a new one or a creative one, just one that exists. Hell, people keep buying Hallmark cards as well.

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