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Love Walked In
The Flamingos Lyrics


Love walked right in and drove the shadows away
Love walked right in and brought my sunniest day
One magic moment and my heart seemed to know that love said hello
Though not a word was spoken

One look, and I forgot the gloom of the past
One look and I had found my future at last
One look and I had found a world completely new
When love walked in with you

One magic moment and my heart seemed to know that love said hello
Though not a word was spoken

One look and I had found a world completely new
When love walked in with you

Lyrics © RALEIGH MUSIC PUBLISHING, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: GEORGE GERSHWIN, IRA GERSHWIN

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Charles Perry-Kelly

The Flamingos were and will always be the greatest group of all time. First featuring the great Johnny Carter who wrote "Golden Teardrops". And started singing with my old pals, "The Dells" in 1960. Next, Nate Nelson (smoothest lead singer I ever heard),Paul Wilson, Jake Carey, Zeke Carey, Jerry Johnson and Tommy Hunt.

bongo7654

Oh man,the memories this song and all these beautifull songs bring.There will NEVER be an era like that again.These singers had talent,they did not beat on a tin can and sprout out filty or violent language out of their mouths.THEY HAD TALENT!! I truly feel sorry for this generation.really sad.And yes Harrell,your uncle was one of the truly talented singers of that time.

Dalibor Šnajdr

Flamingos were awesome. Shame, that they didn't recieve much bigger credits in their era (late 50s).

singinjohnny

This hauntingly beautiful rendition of the Gershwin classic stirred me deeply as a 9-year old kid. The beautiful whistling and the incredibly beautiful arrangement still haunts me today. Pretty spacey stuff for 1959. Hardly anyone I know who lived during this time remembers this. Thanks so much for posting this gem of a recording.

City Street Harmony

A classic remake of a 40s era song sung only the way the great Flamingos could do it! They are one of the greatest groups of the doo wop days.

Dee McC

Enchanting and haunting is used a lot to describe these guys.   I have to agree -- love them to death.

tony34222

And enduring...

Mike roy

this music is before my time but let me tell you something there is no group better than the flamingos

Stanley Sims

Simply amazing. I never get tired of hearing this song. Sends chills down my spine.

Sharon La Tour

Right up there with The Temptations!! Another awesome song by The Flamingo's

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