I'll Always Love You
Brenda Holloway Lyrics

Your kiss, your kiss, your kiss
Means more to me than anything I've ever known before
Your love, your love, your love
Is the only love I've ever known that keeps me wanting so much more
I thought there was nothing I had missed
& I thought I knew the meaning of a lover's kiss
You've turned me inside out
You've taught me what love was about
& that's why I'll always love you
Your touch, your touch, your touch
Is that velvet touch that thrills me so
How much you'll never know
When we're alone, when we're alone, when we're alone
Sometimes things that are wrong seem oh so right
Darling, please hold me tight
You've turned me inside out
You've taught me what love was about
& for this I'll always love you

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Written by: COBB ED, ED COBB

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Cal Waite

The absolute best female voice at Motown, or at least tied with Gladys!


Knight or horton?


On this day in 1964 {September 12th} Brenda Holloway performed "I'll Always Love You" on the late Dick Clark' American Bandstand... One month earlier on August 8th it entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart; eventually it peaked at #60 and spent 5 weeks on the Top 100... In 1967 she co-wrote and was the 1st to record "You've Made Me So Very Happy"; two years later in 1969 Blood, Sweat, & Tears took it to #2 on the Top 100... R.I.P. Mr. Clark...

John Duncan

Shivers down my spine, beautiful

robert torres

such a lovely song, love love love it .....


@calwaite I love Brenda Holloway and she can still sing her ___ off today. Back in the day Motown had 3 serious female vocalist that just stood out as being superb and unique to me, they are: Brenda of course (B) Kim Weston (you could clearly hear every single word she sang and (C) Tammi Terrell who I felt had the sexiest voice (man I cried and became depressed when she passed.) All those Motown girls were super, Mary Wells, Carolyn Crawford, Linda Griner and Liz Lands.

Jim Hillier

Got to add Gladys to that list, brother

Craig Craig

This is the greatest song and the greatest singer Motown ever gave us.

Lucille ghatti



thank you for this great Motown, what a vioce :))

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