Jann Arden: “To Sir, With Love” from Happy?

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About “To Sir, With Love”

“To Sir, With Love” is a hidden song by Jann Arden from her album Happy?

The song is a remake of the 1967 hit by Lulu. Later editions of the album listed the song as its own track (track #11).

The version of “To Sir, With Love” by Scottish singer Lulu was released in 1967 as the theme song to the film of the same name and found on the To Sir, With Love: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. The song was written by Don Black and Mark London and produced by Mickie Most. It became a major hit, reaching number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 and the UK Singles Chart, and has since become a classic pop standard. The song expresses gratitude and appreciation to a teacher, thanking them for the lessons they have taught and the impact they have had on the singer’s life.

About Happy?

Happy? is the seventh studio album by the Canadian singer-songwriter Jann Arden, released in 1997. The album features a mix of pop and adult contemporary songs, with themes of heartbreak, self-discovery, and moving on. Notable tracks on the album include “Insensitive,” which became a major hit in Canada and the United States, as well as “Sleepless” and “Saved.” Happy? received positive reviews from critics and was a commercial success, earning Arden several Juno Award nominations and cementing her as one of Canada’s most popular female artists.

How to find “To Sir, With Love”

On CD: Starts at approximately 5:48 of the last track

Listen to “To Sir, With Love”

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