23 AUGUST 1966
Cliff Richard's 'Visions' was at it's peak of #7 on the British charts during this month in 1966. He managed to out-syrup Paul McCartney with this light-as-a-feather ballad, which was his 30th Top Ten hit in Britain (he went on to have another 39 or so). It was a perfect slice of schmaltzy pop.
B-side: 'What Would I Do (For the Love of a Girl)'
Highest chart position: #7 (UK)
Label: Columbia Records
Writer: Paul Ferris