Billy Joe Royal - Nobody Loves You But Me / Baby, I'm Thinking Of You FLAC album
This performance was on a 1960s show called " SWINGING TIME".
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I miss you, baby, since you been gone This place is lonesome, girl, with you not at home So I decided I'd drop you a line Just to let you know I think I'm losin' my mind. Now I don't sleep much, but when I do Every dream I dream, I dream of you I can't believe what this is doin' to me Looks like your memory just won't let me be. How could you leave me with a broken heart In a million pieces, I've got no place to start Walkin' in circles in need of a friend This is the saddest I guess I've ever been
Hush" is a song written by American composer and musician Joe South, for recording artist Billy Joe Royal, whose single peaked at number 52 on the Billboard Hot 100 on 28 October – 11 November 1967, and No. 45 in Canada. South himself recorded the song in 1968, and included it on his second album, Games People Play. Deep Purple and Kula Shaker had later hits with covers of the song.
No time to do his duty Loves me like no other can! Everybody loves my baby But my baby don't love nobody but me Nobody but me Everybody wants my baby But my baby don't want nobody but me That's plain to see! Now when my baby kisses me Upon my rosy cheeks I just let those kisses be Don't wash my face for weeks! Everybody loves my baby.
Billy Joe Royal: Information from Answers. com Billy Joe Royal For The Record Born on April 3, 1942, in Valdosta, GA. Billy Joe Royal on Yahoo! Music Billy Joe Royal music profile on Yahoo! Music. Born in Valdosta and raised in Marietta, Royal became a local star at Savannah, Georgia’s. Apparently, all of you (I’m presuming) have written just as many hits as BJR, as Down in the Boondocks was written by Joe South. joe royal in the boondocks south. joe Royal Baird Rock Rock.
Billy Joe Royal (April 3, 1942 – October 6, 2015) was an American pop and country singer. His most successful record was "Down in the Boondocks" in 1965. The recording was heard at Columbia Records, who offered Royal a singing contract in 1965 and released his version of the song, produced by South. Down in the Boondocks" remained his best-known song, reaching number 9 on the Billboard Hot 100, and number 38 in the UK. He followed up his initial success with the singles "I Knew You When" (Top 20, 1965) and "Hush" (1967), also written and produced by Joe South. Another South composition, "Yo-Yo," just missed the top 40 in Canada and charted poorly in the . Nobody but You. Spanish Harlem. Save the Last Dance for Me.
Mmm, baby, you don't know what it's like You don't know what it's like To love somebody To love somebody The way I love you. I'm a man Can't you see what I am? I live and I breathe for you But what good does it do If I ain't got you Ain't got. Mmm, baby, you don't know what it's like You don't know what it's like To love somebody To love somebody The way I love you. No, no, no, no, no, no (you don't know what it's like) You don't know what it's like To love somebody. If The Jukebox Took Teardrops Billy Joe Royal. Life Turned Her That Way Ricky Van Shelton. The Truth Is I Lied Billy Joe Royal. A Ring Where A Ring Used To Be Billy Joe Royal. That Just About Does It Vern Gosdin.
|A||Nobody Loves You But Me||2:57|
|B||Baby, I'm Thinking Of You||2:24|
- Arranged By – Emory Gordy, Jr.
- Producer – Buddy Buie
- Written By – B. Buie*, J. Cobb*
|4-44814||Billy Joe Royal||Nobody Loves You But Me / Baby, I'm Thinking Of You (7", Single)||Columbia||4-44814||US||1969|