|A||Who You Gonna Hurt Now||2:34|
|B||Oh My Love||2:35|
|55222||The Lovelites||Who You Gonna Hurt Now / Oh My Love (7", Single)||UNI Records||55222||US||1970|
|55222||The Lovelites||Who You Gonna Hurt Now / Oh My Love (7", Single)||UNI Records||55222||US||Unknown|
you said that you wouldn't break my heart in tw. .but i cought you baby, sending courtship to another, another girl ooh baby, and now i guess your trying to think up you a lye?! but. you cant fool me! no matter how hard you try. you hurt me baby and anything you can do. you hurt me now baby anything you can do. oh you hurt me now baby . 07 Who You Gonna Hurt Now. 08 Certain Kind Of Lover. 09 I Love You (Yes I Do).
Who You Gonna Hurt Now. 02:49. Nobody's Gonna Hurt You. 02:43.
Tags: soul Chicago Soul Girl Groups 60s oldies chicago northern soul 60s girls 60s soul american old school Illinois classic soul Chicago IL Family Archive. The Lovelites were a 1960s Chicago high-school female trio. Their first hit was "How Can I Tell My Mom & Dad" in 1969. Though it was never directly stated in the song, its implicit theme was teen pregnancy and abortion, still regarded then as a fate worse than death in many circles.
The lovelites this love is real album.
the lovelites how can i tell my mom and dad. godfatherofsol. In the most famous example, Diana Ross and The Supremes’ number one hit Love Child, Ross describes her own troubled youth as someone who had no name to a partner who is encouraging her to have sex. She tells him don’t think that I don’t need you/don’t think I don’t want to please you/but no child of mine will be wearing/the name of shame I’ve been wearing. Similarly, the narrative of The Lovelites’ How Can I Tell My Mom and Dad, a song co-written by lead singer Patricia Hamilton, details a young girl’s dilemma after she is left by the father of her unborn child . You’ve hurt me now- The Lovelites.
This Is Gonna Hurt is the second studio album by Sixx:A. a side project of Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx, released on May 3, 2011. Like the first album which served as a companion soundtrack to Nikki Sixx' first book The Heroin Diaries: A Year in the Life of a Shattered Rock Star, this album is a companion to the book of the same name, Sixx's second book, which was released on April 12, 2011. However, unlike its predecessor, this album does not contain any spoken word