(When Music Was Music) #music #motown #blogging #fun

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Motown is what got me into music growing up.

To this day, it still tickles my melodic chords like no other genre.

It was a time, a place, a feeling, a society that existed only for what it was and nothing more.

Today’s timeless record vinyl scratch track:

“Darling Baby” by The Elgins.


Darling baby
Life is so lonely without you
Life is so lonely without you
Since you left these arms of mine
I’ve been alone, crying
Wondering why you left me behind
Darling, baby (darling baby)
Can’t carry on since you’ve been gone (darling baby)
Why don’t you please
Please, come on home (darling baby)
Let’s talk it over, baby, baby, baby, baby
Let’s talk it over one more time (darling baby)

(Photo from Google.)

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