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Lou Rawls (Louis Allen) You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine 1976 wr' Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff 2

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Uploaded on May 9, 2010

You'll never find, as long as you live Someone who loves you tender like I do
You'll never find, no matter where you search
Someone who cares about you the way I do

Whoa, I'm not braggin' on myself, baby
But I'm the one who loves you
And there's no one else, no-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh one else

You'll never find, it'll take the end of all time
Someone to understand you like I do
You'll never find the rhythm, the rhyme
All the magic we shared, just us two

Whoa, I'm not tryin' to make you stay, baby
But I know some how, some day, some way
You are (you're gonna miss my lovin')
You're gonna miss my lovin' (you're gonna miss my lovin')
You're gonna miss my lovin' (you're gonna miss my lovin')
You're gonna miss, you're gonna miss my lo-o-ove

Whoa, oh, oh, oh, oh (you're gonna miss my lovin')
Late in the midnight hour, baby (you're gonna miss my lovin')
When it's cold outside (you're gonna miss my lovin')
You're gonna miss, you're gonna miss my lo-o-ove

You'll never find another love like mine
Someone who needs you like I do
You'll never see what you've found in me
You'll keep searching and searching your whole life through
Whoa, I don't wish you no bad luck, baby
But there's no ifs and buts or maybes

You're gonna, You're gonna miss (miss my lovin')
You're gonna miss my lovin' (you're gonna miss my lovin')
I know you're gonna my lovin' (you're gonna miss my lovin')
You're gonna miss, you're gonna miss my lo-o-ove

Whoa, oh, oh, oh, oh (you're gonna miss my lovin')
Late in the midnight hour, baby (you're gonna miss my lovin')
When it gets real cold outside (you're gonna miss my lovin')
I know, I know that you are gonna miss my lo-o-ove

Let me tell you that you're gonna miss my lovin'
Yes you will, baby (you're gonna miss my lovin')
When I'm long gon
I know, I know, I know that you are gonna miss
----- Louis Allen "Lou" Rawls Born:(December 1, 1933 To: January 6, 2006) was an American soul, jazz, and blues singer. He was known for his smooth vocal style: Frank Sinatra once said that Rawls had "the classiest singing and silkiest chops in the singing game". Rawls released more than 70 albums[citation needed, sold more than 40 million records[citation needed, appeared as an actor in motion pictures and on television, and voiced-over many cartoons.
--- After graduating from Chicago's Dunbar Vocational Career Academy, Rawls enlisted in the U.S. Army as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division. He left the "All-Americans" three years later as a sergeant, --- This song has been covered by singers Michael Bublé, Laura Pausini reggae legend John Holt and most recently the Dub Pistols (who use a sample of John Holt's version) on their Speakers and Tweeters album. This song was also featured on The Proud Family Soundtrack.

It can also be heard in the films, -- first Capitol solo release was Stormy Monday (a.k.a. I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water), a jazz album, in 1962. On August 21, 1966, --- list of Rawls singles that made the top 50 on the Billboard Hot 100. His first Hot 100 entry was "Three O'Clock in the Morning" in 1965, and his final was "Wind Beneath My Wings" in 1983. In addition to those two, nine other singles peaked at positions below the top 50 on the Hot 100, and additional singles reached the R&B, Adult Contemporary and Bubbling Under charts. Billboard Top 50 hit singles
"Love Is a Hurtin' Thing" - 1966, #13 (also #1 R&B)
"Dead End Street" - 1967, #29
"Show Business" - 1967, #45
"Your Good Thing (Is About to End)" - 1969, #18 (sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc)[6]
"A Natural Man" - 1971, #17
"You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine" - 1976, #2 (also #1 R&B and #1 Easy Listening); another certified gold for sales of one million copies
"Lady Love" - 1978, #24 ---- In December 2005, it was announced that Rawls was being treated for lung and brain cancer. The singer died on January 6, 2006 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles from complications of the cancers, with his wife at his side. Besides his wife and youngest son, he left behind two adult daughters - Louanna Rawls, a wardrobe stylist and future Launch My Line contestant, and Kendra Smith, and an adult son, Lou Rawls, Jr. ---------------------------------------- songwriter: Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff "Kenny Gamble" American football player& songwriter
Kenneth Gamble (born on August 11, 1943 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) and Leon A. Huff (born April 8, 1942 in Camden, New Jersey) are an American songwriting and record production team that have written and produced over 170 gold and platinum records. They were pioneers of Philadelphia soul and the in-house creative team for the Philadelphia International record label. On March 10, 2008 the team was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in the non-performer category.Their career output of over 3,000 songs places them among the most prolific professional songwriters of all time.,,

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