John Farnham: Finding the Voice "Please Don't Ask Me"
Written by Graeham Goble, "Please Don't Ask Me" the 1980s John Farnham hit has had over 4.6 million streams on Spotify
One of Australia’s most accomplished songwriters Graeham Goble is receiving renewed recognition for his iconic song "Please Don't Ask Me" amidst the hype around John Farnham's highly acclaimed biopic "Finding The Voice" chronicling the life and career of the Australian music legend.
Goble wrote "Please Don't Ask Me" for Farnham which he recorded and released in 1980 on the "Uncovered" album. The heartfelt ballad quickly became a fan-favourite, resonating with listeners worldwide and earning its place as a timeless classic. "Please Don't Ask Me" has now had over 4.6 million streams on Spotify.
The soundtrack "John Farnham: Finding The Voice (Music from the Feature Documentary)" debuted at #2 on the ARIA charts the week of its release.
One of Australia’s most accomplished songwriters, Graeham Goble, was a founding member of the Little River Band. He wrote many of their international hits including the classic “Reminiscing”.
Goble’s most recent albums "The Days Ahead", "Let It Rain" and now "Life Love Song" prove to be milestones in a long and distinguished career, songs so personal and special, Goble now steps to the microphone to sing the lead vocals himself surrounding his voice with the creative energy and imagination which have been the hallmarks of Goble’s work.
John Farnham "Please Don't Ask Me"
Writers: Graeham Goble
OMP share: 100%
Genre: 1980's, Australian, pop.