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Do You love Me
Brian Poole Lyrics


You broke my heart 'cause I couldn't dance,
You didn't even want me around.
And now I'm back to let you know I can really shake 'em down.

Do you love me?
(I can really move, )
Do you love me?
(I'm in the groove.)
Now do you love me?
(Do you love me now that I can dance?)
Watch me, now.
(Work, work)
Ah,work it out baby.
(work, work)
Well, you're drivin' me crazy.
(work, work)
With just a little bit of soul, now
(work!)
Now I can mash potatoes, I can do the twist,
Tell me, baby, do you like it like this?
Tell me,
(Tell me,)
Tell me.

Do you love me?
(I can really move, )
Do you love me?
(I'm in the groove.)
Now do you love me?
(Do you love me now that I can dance?)
Watch me, now.
(Work, work)
Ah,work it out baby.
(work, work)
Well, you're drivin' me crazy.
(work, work)
With just a little bit of soul, now
(work!)
Now I can mash potatoes, I can do the twist,
Tell me, baby, do you like it like this?
Tell me,
(Tell me,)

Lyrics Β© Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: Berry Gordy Jr

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

jimbo1957

+Dassoon Fitz:


Yes, this was a version of a song previously recorded by American group The Coasters. As a matter of fact, the song was also recorded by another UK group (the Dave Clark Five) at the same time as the Brian Poole version.


But... the Brian Poole version is the best of the three, by a wide margin. And the Dave Clark version was the second best.


This often happened with American R&B songs from before and during the British Invasion. Only the bravest and most foolhardy of souls would try to suggest that the Isley Brothers' version of "Twist And Shout" was on the same planet as that by The Beatles.



All comments from YouTube:

John Gazzana

This song. Is making me jump all over the place like. A crazy man love it

jytte thagaard nielsen

When I got home from scool I always played this and my friend and I danced to this . !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jimmy Young

An original feel good tune, and one of the best.

Glynis Roberts

Great song!

bob fourjs

Brilliant.

Derek Seeds

This is one of several covers

Shailendra SINGH

For Brooke whose yellow juices I loved

Mark Herron

Happy birthday to Brian Poole his birthday verse is Luke 11:3 Merry Christmas πŸŽ„ Blessings and hugs πŸ€—πŸ’žπŸ’“πŸ˜Šβ€οΈπŸ’•πŸ’–πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™!

Dave Fry

takes me back to my school days

Dallas Heltzell

The Wikipedia article is interesting about this group which originally spelled its oane Tremoloes, not Tremeloes, and went on to have big hits with "Here Comes My Baby" and especially "Silence is Golden." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Tremeloes

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