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Album:
Some Things You Never Get Used To
Released:
1968
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US
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Love Child is the fifteenth studio album released by Diana Ross & the Supremes for the Motown label in 1968. The LP was the group's first studio LP (excepting covers and tribute albums) not to include any songs written or produced by any member of the Holland–Dozier–Holland production team, who had previously overseen most of the Supremes' releases.

I've gotten used to not listening For familiar sounds you used to make Now, I'm trying to get out of the habit Of calling your name first thing when I awake Look here. It's like a child's first step I have to learn to walk all, all over again (all over) 'Cause you were always there if I should fall And now, there's nobody else that I can call It's like wanting you (wanting you) And not having you I'll never get used to. BREAK

Diana Ross & The Supremes - Then If Columbus never sailed the sea]If Longfellow never wrote a rhymeIf leaves have never grown upon a treeAnd. To discover it's my mind Playing tricks on me again Tricks on me again. Some things you never get used to Sometimes I think my heartaches come to an end And then something brings them all back again Like wanting you and like having you I'll never get used to It's wanting you and like having you I'll never get used to Look here ! Like wanting you and like having you I'll never get used to. Рейтинг: Назад.

Diana Ross lyrics - 392 song lyrics sorted by album, including "If We Hold On Together", "He Lives In You", "When You Tell Me That You Love Me. album: "Diana Ross & The Supremes Sing And Perform "Funny Girl"" (1968) (performed as DIANA ROSS & THE SUPREMES). Funny Girl If A Girl Isn't Pretty I Am Woman The Music That Makes Me Dance Don't Rain On My Parade People Cornet Man His Love Makes Me Beautiful Sadie, Sadie I'm The Greatest Star. album: "Love Child" (1968) (performed as DIANA ROSS & THE SUPREMES). Love Child Keep An Eye How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone Does Your Mama Know About Me Honey Bee (Keep On Stinging Me) Some Things You Never Get Used To He's My Sunny.

At the time the Supremes' "Some Things You Never Get Used To" was in its second of three weeks at Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart and that was also its peak position on the chart and it stayed for 7 weeks on the Top 10. .As stated above the song was composed by Ashford & Simpson, and they also sang back-up to Diana Ross on the song instead of The Supremes. Songfacts Newsletter.

Diana Ross & The Supremes in a New York city photo session. Motown initially conceived of a solo career for Diana Ross in 1966, but did not act on it until 1968. Television specials such as TCB (1968) and . on Broadway (1969) were designed to spotlight her as a star in her own right, and much of the later Ross-led Supremes material was recorded by Ross with session singers The Andantes, not Wilson and Birdsong, on backing vocals. After a half-year of recording material with various producers, Ross settled with the production team of Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson, the creative force behind Marvin Gaye's and Tammi Terrell's hit duets and Diana Ross & the Supremes' "Some Things You Never Get Used To". Ashford and Simpson helmed most of Ross's first album, Diana Ross, and continued to write and produce for her for the next decade.

Some Things You Never Get Used To Lyrics. 8. In and Out of Love Lyrics. 9. Forever Came Today Lyrics. 10. Forever Came Today - Single Version Lyrics. 11. Some Things You Never Get Used To - Single Version, Stereo Lyrics. No Matter What Sign You Are - Single Version (Mono) Lyrics. Diana Ross & The Supremes Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.

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A Some Things You Never Get Used To
Producer – Ashford & SimpsonWritten-By – N. Ashford - V. Simpson*
2:23
B Some Things You Never Get Used To 2:23

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
M-1126 Diana Ross And The Supremes* Some Things You Never Get Used To ‎(7", Single) Motown M-1126 US 1968
GO 25.808 Diana Ross & The Supremes* Some Things You Never Get Used To / You've Been So Wonderful To Me ‎(7", Single) Tamla Motown, Artone GO 25.808 Netherlands 1968
TMG 662 Diana Ross & The Supremes* Some Things You Never Get Used To ‎(7", Single) Tamla Motown TMG 662 UK 1968
TMK 112 Diana Ross And The Supremes* Some Things You Never Get Used To ? You've Been So Wonderful To Me ‎(7", Single) Tamla Motown TMK 112 Scandinavia 1968
TMG 662 Diana Ross And The Supremes* Some Things You Never Get Used To ‎(7", Single, 4 P) Tamla Motown TMG 662 UK 1968

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Some Things You Never Get Used To
Producer – Ashford & SimpsonWritten-By – N. Ashford - V. Simpson*
2:23
B You've Been So Wonderful To Me
Producer – George GordyWritten-By – A. Story*, A. Gaye*, H. Gordy*
2:28

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Jobete

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
M-1126 Diana Ross And The Supremes* Some Things You Never Get Used To ‎(7", Single) Motown M-1126 US 1968
GO 25.808 Diana Ross & The Supremes* Some Things You Never Get Used To / You've Been So Wonderful To Me ‎(7", Single) Tamla Motown, Artone GO 25.808 Netherlands 1968
TMG 662 Diana Ross & The Supremes* Some Things You Never Get Used To ‎(7", Single) Tamla Motown TMG 662 UK 1968
M-1126 Diana Ross And The Supremes* Some Things You Never Get Used To ‎(7", Single, Promo) Motown M-1126 US 1968
TMK 112 Diana Ross And The Supremes* Some Things You Never Get Used To ? You've Been So Wonderful To Me ‎(7", Single) Tamla Motown TMK 112 Scandinavia 1968