C'mon and Swim

"C'mon and Swim" is a song written by Coman and Sylvester Stewart (aka Sly Stone) and performed by Bobby Freeman. It reached #5 on the U.S. pop chart in 1964.[1] It was featured on his 1964 album C'mon and Swim.[2]

"C'mon and Swim"
Single by Bobby Freeman
from the album C'mon and Swim
B-side"C'mon and Swim—Part 2"
ReleasedJune 1964 (1964-06)
GenreRock and roll, Funk
Length2:43
LabelAutumn
Songwriter(s)Thomas Coman, Stewart
Producer(s)Sylvester Stewart
Bobby Freeman singles chronology
"Let's Surf Again"
(1963)
"C'mon and Swim"
(1964)
"S-W-I-M"
(1964)

The single was produced by Sylvester Stewart.

The song ranked #54 on Billboard magazine's Top 100 singles of 1964.[3]

Other charting versionsEdit

Other versionsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  3. ^ "Top Records of 1964", Billboard, January 2, 1965. p. 6. Retrieved March 14, 2019.
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