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The Supremes – Love Hangover. Ah If there's a cure for this I don't want it Don't want it If there's a remedy I'll run from it From it. Think about it all the time Never let it out of my mind 'Cause I love you. I've got the sweetest hangover I don't wanna get over Sweetest hangover over
Love Hangover" was the fourth number one single for Motown singer Diana Ross. Ross recorded "Love Hangover" in 1975. It was released in March 1976, and rose to number one on the Billboard Hot 100, Hot Soul Singles and Hot Dance Club Play charts simultaneously. The song was written by Pamela Sawyer and Marilyn McLeod as a disco number.
Love Hangover" - Diana Ross Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for two weeks (1976). Other labels were heavily into disco in 1976 but not Motown. So it was an anomaly for Ross to record this Pam Sawyer/Marilyn McLeod tune. The first single from Beyoncé's first post-Destiny's Child album ("Dangerously in Love") became the first No. 1 of her solo career. I asked Jay to get on the song the night before I had to turn my album in," Beyoncé told Billboard. Thank God he did. It still never gets old, no matter how many times I sing i.
Love Hangover lyrics. Love Is Here And Now You're Gone The Supremes (Brian Holland/Lamont Dozier/Edward Holland, J. Love is here and Oh, my darling, now you're gone Love is here and Oh, my darling, now, now you're gone. You persuaded me to love you And I did But instead of tenderness I found heartache instead Into your arms I felt So unaware of the loneliness That was waiting there. You close the door to your heart And you turned the key, locked your love away from me. Love is here and Oh, my darling, now you're gone.
Ross recorded "Love Hangover" in 1975. The lead single from the album was "I Thought It Took A Little Time". Singing group the 5th Dimension also released "Love Hangover" as a single. Love Hangover" reached number one on May 29, 1976. That week, Casey Kasem reported on American Top 40 that with that song Diana had broken the record for the most number-one hits by a female vocalist. With her fourth number-one, she surpassed Connie Francis, Helen Reddy, Roberta Flack, and Cher, all of whom were tied with three each.