Little Arrows

Little Arrows, a 1968 hit recorded by Leapy Lee begs to be sung in February! An ear worm for sure, and sure to become a cult classic!


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Leapy Lee (born Graham Pulleyblank, but later changed to Lee Graham, 2 July 1939, Eastbourne, England) is an English singer, best known for his 1968 single "Little Arrows", which reached No. 2 in the UK Singles Chart, and was a Top 40 country and pop hit in the United States. The song "Little Arrows", written by Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood, was also the title track of his first album, released in 1968 on Decca Records. It reached No. 71 in the Billboard 200 album chart. "Little Arrows", released in the UK by MCA Records, became a hit, reaching No. 2 in the charts. In the US, the record reached No. 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and No. 11 on the country chart. The record made No. 1 on the Canadian country music chart. It sold over three million copies worldwide, and was awarded a gold disc. Although he never reached the US pop charts again, Lee had two more country hits there with "Good Morning" in 1970 and "Every Road Leads Back To You" in 1975. Between 1999 and 2001, Lee and his family, featured prominently in the BBC television series Passport to the Sun. Lee is a regular columnist with the Euro Weekly News, an English language newspaper based on the Costa del Sol in Spain. Lee released a 40th anniversary EP, Little Arrows II, on 1 March 2010. In 2014 he appeared on the Channel 5 television show, OAPs Behaving Badly. A press release about the show reveals that the subjects in the film (old age pensioners) include 74-year-old entertainer Leapy Lee, who has a high sex drive and always keeps Viagra in stock in case his Scandinavian girlfriend visits. On June 25, 2019, The New York Times Magazine listed Leapy Lee among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the 2008 Universal fire.

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