Take Me Through the Night Lyrics. Mmm-hmm, well, well, well, well Ooh-ooh-ooh, well, well. Put your arms around me, my sweet lover Tell me things are gonna be all right Sometimes I just need to hear Your voice in the night 'Cause when you talk to me I feel my troubles melt away It doesn't what you say Just as long as you can stay (Come on, baby, take me through the night)
사Take Me Through The Night. 성자:: Pamela P. Reswick. Smokey Robinson 의 Take Me Through The Night 의 가사. Put your arm around me my sweet lover Till everything is gonna be alright Sometimes i just need you here. Your voice is nice Cause when you talk to me and be my trouble Not away. It doesn't matter what you say Just as long as you can stay Take me through the night Tell me secret by the fire light And when you call me hold on tight Oh baby Take me through the night Oh baby Take me through the night When the hours seem to last forever And it seem the night will never end.
Smokey is the debut studio album by American soul singer, songwriter, and producer Smokey Robinson. It was released on June 19, 1973, by Tamla Records and was Robinson's first solo record after his departure from The Miracles. The album featured the single "Sweet Harmony", which was his tribute to his former singing partners in the Miracles: Bobby Rogers, Pete Moore and Ronnie White. Smokey was arranged by Dave Blumberg, Gene Page and Willie Hutch
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Written-By – William "Smokey" Robinson. A3. Into Each Rain Some Life Must Fall. Written-By – William "Smokey" Robinson. A4. Wine, Women And Song. Lead Vocals – Claudette RobinsonWritten-By – Marv Tarplin, Pamela Moffett, William "Smokey" Robinson. B3. I Want To Be Your Love. B4. Travelin' Through. Written-By – Rose Ella Jones. Recorded At – Motown Recording Studios.
Smokey is a tentative step forward, carrying clear remnants of Smokey Robinson's latter-day music with the Miracles, which shouldn’t come as a great surprise considering that it’s anchored by Sweet Harmony, a tune he wrote about and for the Miracles but was persuaded by Motown A&R’s Suzanne de Passe to keep for himself.