"Oh, Pretty Woman" is a famous song from Roy Orbison.
It was released in August 1964 and became a worldwide success.
The song lasts for 2:55 minutes and it’s about a man who sees a pretty lady and wonders if she is as lonely as he is.
At the end, she joins him.
The song’s title was inspired by Orbison’s wife, Claudette.
"Oh, Pretty Woman" was written by Roy Orbison and Bill Dees.
It was recorded in Nashville, on the Monuments Record label.
The single was a huge commercial success and reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks.
It also topped the UK Single Chart, becoming his third song to achieve this besides "Only The Lonely" and "It’s Over".
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