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Your Heart Belongs To Me
by The Supremes

Lover of mine
Gone to a faraway land
Serving your country
On some faraway sand
But you should get no name
Remember that your heart belongs to me

I'm sending you a picture
To carry with you all the time
So when you're feeling lonely
It's something to remind you
I'm thinking of you constantly
Remember that your hearts belongs to me
Your heart belongs to me

If a pretty girl should pass you by
I won't mind
If you give her the eye
Or even if you give her a smile sometimes
But keep your heart
Because your heart is mine
Your heart is mine
Your heart is mine

Lover of mine
If I could tell you how I yearn
For the day to come
When you will return
From far across the sea
So remember that your heart belongs to me
Remember your heart belongs to me
Far across the sea

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I'm one of Diana's worst critics.  Here she is at her best. . .sexy and soothing!


Diana Ross just purring away!!  Slick, Sexy, a new sound for the sixties!! 



Moscoe Johnson Jr

Still in love with these classy ladies 56 yrars later. I was 16 years old at the time. Still so fresh and pure. Hip what? Not hop! Pure classic soul.

Therone Dawson

I wonder when this song came out back in the sixties how many times this song was dedicated to some guy doing the Vietnam War. I wish someone could we record this song. it's a very nice song.

Violet Valentine

I bet a lot of soldiers listened to this song and thought of their girl back home. And for those who didn't, I bet they imagined either Diana, Florence or Mary was their sweetheart waiting for them to come home, depending on which one they personally thought was the most beautiful.

I'm actually working on a cover of this song with piano/guitar and when it's done I want to dedicate it to all the handsome boys in khaki out there.


The good ole days when you had to have real talent. Listen to the purity of the vocals, those exquisite harmonies......whew!

Walter Bower

no voice machines


loving diana's young voice....

Erik Scott

This is when the Supremes were interesting!

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