Here is a beautiful song performed by the great and distinguished Robert Goulet.
Robert Gerard Goulet (b. in 1933 in Lawrence, Massachusetts, of French Canadian parents - 2007) was an American entertainer. He rose to international stardom in 1960 as Lancelot in Lerner and Loewe's hit Broadway musical "Camelot", opposite Richard Burton and Julie Andrews. After "Camelot"'s run, Goulet was booked on The Danny Thomas Show and The Ed Sullivan Show, which made him a household name among American audiences. Goulet began a recording career with Columbia Records in 1962 which resulted in more than 15 albums. Goulet began working in films in 1962, providing the voice of one of the characters in the animated feature "Gay Purr-ee" opposite Judy Garland. His first acting role was in "His and Hers" (1964), but it was not until a cameo appearance as a singer in Louis Malle's "Atlantic City" (1980) that Goulet was given critical acclaim. His long career as a singer and actor encompasses theatre, radio, television and film. Goulet resided and performed in Las Vegas, Nevada. He had a distinctive, operatic voice, that made him more than a crooner.
Listen to Robert's deep, emotive voice and enjoy!
I won't send roses