Lonely, Lonely Girl Am I. Written-By – E. Kendricks. AA. A Bird In The Hand (Is Worth Two In The Bush).
Lonely, Lonely Girl Am I. 48. I'm The Exception To The Rule. 49. I'll Keep Holding On. 50. No Time For Tears. 75. First I Look at the Purse. 77. The Tracks of My Tears. 78. A Fork in the Road. 79. Shake And fingerpop.
03Lonely Lonely Girl I Am. 04Needle in a Haystack. 05He Was Really Saying Somethin'. Girls, when you've got a good love Who's gonna treat you right But another guy offers you a better life Right away you start to swoon Because he offers you the moon Tell me, is riches Worth more than love and affection? Don't be steered in the wrong direction 'cause (A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush) Remember girls (A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush) So hold onto what you've got You're just losin' a love that's true For a love that might last a day or two Why gamble when you. have what you need?
Download MP3. The Velvelettes. Lonely Lonely Girl Am I.
Motown released two additional singles, "Lonely Lonely Girl Am I" and "A Bird In The Hand" on their . Both singles did not reach the same chart levels as their predecessors. The Velvelettes continued to record new material until September 1967, with the Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson song "Bring Back The Sunshine", which was retitled "Dark Side Of The World" when Diana Ross later released a version of the song
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|COL-481||Velvelettes*||Lonely, Lonely Girl / Bird In The Hand (7", Single, RE)||Collectables||COL-481||US||Unknown|