Mary Wells - Two Lovers mp3 downloadPerformer: Mary Wells
Title: Two Lovers
Style: Girl Groups,Motown,Pop-Soul,Soul
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Mary Wells - Two Lovers mp3 download
Two Lovers" is a single released in 1962 by Mary Wells on the Motown record label. The song was the third consecutive hit to be both written and produced by Smokey Robinson of The Miracles and recorded by Mary Wells, the two previous charters being "The One Who Really Loves You" and "You Beat Me to the Punch.
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Two Lovers and Other Great Hits is an album released by Motown singer Mary Wells, the third album she released while recording for the label. It debuted on the Billboard album chart March 16, 1963 reaching remaining on the chart for eight weeks. The album composed of Wells' third top ten hit, "Two Lovers", the follow-up hit, "Laughing Boy" and the b-side to the "Two Lovers" single, "Operator", the latter song later re-recorded as a minor hit for fellow Motown female crooner, Brenda Holloway.
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Two Lovers" Medley by Mary Wells & Smokey Robinson. The one who really loves you - Mary Wells. Dolly Parton covered the song on her ill-fated 1987 pop album Rainbow. The Disney Channel featured the song in a D-TV music video set entirely to clips from the 1936 Mickey Mouse cartoon Mickey's Rival. List of number-one R&B singles of 1963 (. Gilliland, John (1969). Show 25 - The Soul Reformation: Phase two, the Motown story.
Two Lovers" is a single released by Mary Wells on the Motown record label in 1962. The song was the third consecutive song released that was written and produced by Smokey Robinson of The Miracles as the singer-songwriter was quickly earning a reputation as a hit-making songwriter and as Wells herself had become the solo superstar of the young Motown label.
Two Lovers" was the third collaboration between Motown hit-makers Mary Wells and Smokey Robinson, following "The One Who Really Loves You" and "You Beat Me to the Punch. The 1962 hit plays on a risqué theme of a woman torn between two lovers, one who's sweet and kind and one who makes her cry - and she "ain't ashamed
Produced by Smokey Robinson. Album Two Lovers and Other Great Hits. Well, I've got two lovers And I ain't ashamed Two lovers And I love them both the same. But, I've got two lovers And I ain't ashamed Two lovers And I love them both the same. Let me tell you 'bout my other lover Well, you know he treats me bad Makes me sad Makes me cry But still I can't deny. But I love him I really really love him Oh, oh I love him so And I'll do everything I can to let him know. Darling, well Don't you know I can tell That whenever I look at you That you think that I'm untrue Cause I say that I love two But, I really, really do. Cause you're a split personality And in reality Both of them are you (They both are you).
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|1||Two Lovers Smokey Robinson||Mary Wells||2:47|
|2||Guess Who Ralph Freed / Burton Lane||Mary Wells||2:37|
|3||My 2 Arms -You=Tears Marvin Gaye / Clarence Paul / William "Mickey" Stevenson||Mary Wells||2:32|
|4||Goody, Goody Matty Malneck / Johnny Mercer||Mary Wells||2:04|
|5||Stop Right Here Melvin Franklin / Mary Wells||Mary Wells||2:20|
|6||Laughing Boy Smokey Robinson / William Robinson||Mary Wells||2:50|
|7||Looking Back Brook Benton / Belford Hendricks / Clyde Otis||Mary Wells||2:33|
|8||[I Guess There's] No Love Berry Gordy, Jr.||Mary Wells||2:28|
|9||Was It Worth It? Berry Gordy, Jr.||Mary Wells||2:45|
|10||Operator Smokey Robinson / William Robinson||Mary Wells||2:45|
CreditsBrook Benton - Composer
Melvin Franklin - Composer
Ralph Freed - Composer
Marvin Gaye - Composer
Berry Gordy, Jr. - Composer
Belford Hendricks - Composer
Burton Lane - Composer
Matty Malneck - Composer
Johnny Mercer - Composer
Clyde Otis - Composer
Clarence Paul - Composer
Smokey Robinson - Composer
William Robinson - Composer
William "Mickey" Stevenson - Composer
Mary Wells - Composer, Primary Artist