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Donald James Randolph (March 24, 1936 – January 31, 2015), better known by the stage name Don Covay, was an American R&B, rock and roll and soul singer and songwriter most active from the 1950s to the 1970s. His most successful recordings include "Mercy, Mercy" (1964), "See-Saw" (1965), and "It's Better to Have (and Don't Need)" (1974). He also wrote "Pony Time", a US number 1 hit for Chubby Checker, and "Chain of Fools", a Grammy-winning song for Aretha Franklin
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It's like a slow song with not many instruments, maybe it is an acoustic version. I just remember that part of the song and I'm not quite sure. Thanks and hope someone knows the song. William 02 July 2019 Reply. I'm looking for a song, whose words are. come on feel you and me don't say falling love leave after movement coz coz coz coz coz. William Bateman 03 July 2019 Reply. Almost thought it was New kids on the block. Guess it's all over and I don't want to look ba-ack". Michael Dako 05 July 2019 Reply. You deserve to hold someone who loves you too, you deserve to be, treated very specially.
It's better to regret what you have done than what you haven't. Paul Arden, Whatever You Think, Think the Opposite. Recommend to friends. Friends Who Liked This Quote.
When it’s 3am And I’m at that diner with his friends I ain't thinking ‘bout them I’m just thinking ‘bout you. Thought I could pack up my suitcase And just walk away (walk away) Leave you with all of the shit I didn’t want to take Want to take. With New, I just want to acknowledge that it’s not weird to have feelings. We all miss someone at one point in our lives. We all have regrets, you know, love ourselves one day, don’t like ourselves the next day. I think it’s good to show other people that you should channel this. We all go through things and we should talk about it, not avoid the fact and just keep it all bottled up.
Don’t judge a man by his friends. Remember that the friends of Judah were impeccable. By just looking at pictures without prejudice, and reading books with as open a mind as you have, you live life. The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them. Someone who isn’t rich can’t do both. It’s better to not have an ideology than not to have work. I did not care what it was all about. The world is a fine place worth fighting for and I hate very much to leave it. 0.
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|A||It's Better To Have (And Don't Need)
Engineer – Elvin CampbellWritten-By – E. Watts*
|B||Leave Him - Part I
Written-By – P. Griffin*
- Arranged By, Conductor [Strings] – Horace Ott
- Producer – Don Covay
- Written-By – D. Covay*
|6052 634||Don Covay||It's Better To Have (And Don't Need) (7", Single)||Mercury||6052 634||UK||1974|
|73469||Don Covay||It's Better To Have (And Don't Need) / Leave Him - Part I (7", Promo)||Mercury||73469||US||1973|
|6052 634||Don Covay||It's Better To Have (And Don't Need) (7", Single, Lar)||Mercury||6052 634||UK||1974|
|73469||Don Covay||It's Better To Have (And Don't Need) / Leave Him - Part I (7", Single)||Mercury||73469||US||1973|