In the 1970s Congregation January 10, 2016 Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email This British band was originally called The Congregation who had a Stateside No. 29 hit, but a UK No. 4 with Softly Whispering I Love You, on Signpost records. The band consisted of Brian Keith and session singers only. It was a one hit wonder. It was also a cover by David and Jonathon, who were really Roger Greenaway and Roger Cook they and named after the biblical characters. Lyrics Softly, whispering I love you, Echoes of your voice are calling still through my dreams, Softening the chill of the breeze. Through my window, I can see the moonglow, Painting silver shadows on a rose-coloured land A world that we walk hand in hand In a day of gold Coloured by the glow of new love. Oh, Woman, I can feel your warm face ever close to my lips and the scent of you invades the cool evening air. I can close my eyes and you´re there in my arms still And I know your soft kiss, Turning into music every beat of my heart, Congregation Softly Whispering I Love You Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email Comments Post a Comment Thanks for visiting the Hits of the 70sPlease come back soon, we aim to post new material every few days. Thank you.