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Helen Shapiro - You'll Get Me Loving You flac album
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Helen Shapiro - You'll Get Me Loving You flac album

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You'll Get Me Loving You
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A You'll Get Me Loving You
Written-By – Anthony King, John Schroeder
B Silly Boy (I Love You)
Written-By – Anthony King

Credits

  • Directed By [Accompaniment] – Alan Tew
  • Producer – John Schroeder

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 7N 17600
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 7N 17600 B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
7N.17600 Helen Shapiro You'll Get Me Loving You ‎(7", Single) Pye Records 7N.17600 UK 1968
AP-1550 Helen Shapiro You'll Get Me Loving You ‎(7", Single) Astor AP-1550 Australia 1968

You'll Get Me Loving You" b/w "Silly Boy (I Love You)". - - Non-album tracks.

Woah, woah, woah, oh yeah, yeah, yeah Woah, woah, woah, oh yeah, yeah, yeah All though I love you so Oh you don't know You don't know just how I feel For my love I daren't reveal I am so, I'm so afraid You might not care. I would tell you, if I believed That you might care some day But until then I'll never give this away. So a secret it must stay And you don't know, you don't know How hard to bear Is this one way love affair For it breaks my heart to be in love When you don't know. I would tell you, if I believed That you might care some day But until then I'll never give this away

You'll be going on for years. John Lennon's words were comforting, but that moment was a milestone for her, "the beginning of change; not just for me but for a lot of solo singers. Her parents, piece-workers in the garment industry, were too poor to own a record player, but they encouraged music at home. Helen grew up playing banjo and singing at neighborhood get-togethers. She sang with her older brother's high school jazz combo when he allowed it, and performed Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly songs in a junior high school rock 'n' roll band with fellow student Mark Feld, who would later become Marc Bolan of T-Rex.

Daddy Couldn't Get Me One of Those.

Then in February 1963, Helen met a band that would forever change the direction of Pop music. Q - Would it be fair to say that since you started taking singing lessons at such an early age, that you always wanted to be a singer? A - Oh, absolutely.

It Might as Well Rain Until September. Walkin’ Back to Happiness. Don't Treat Me Like A Child. Daddy Couldn't Get Me One of Those. He Knows How to Love Me. 02:58. It Might as Well Rain Until September.