Do You Love Me
Chuck Berry Lyrics


My first and only love, I do sincerely ask of you
The one and only question that my heart is wandering to:

Do you love me? Do you mean the things you say?
If you love me, baby, you wonæ?° treat me this way.
Donæ?° treat me this way!

I tried so hard to proove to you that my love for you is real
You never say sweet things to try to change the way I feel;
Do you love me? Do you mean the things you say?
If you love me, baby, you wonæ?° treat me this way.
Donæ?° treat me this way!

(Do you love me? Do you mean the things you say to me?)

I never asked you were youæ?³e been or where you want to go
But now the time has come, my dear, and I have got to know:

Do you love me? Do you mean the things you say?
If you love me, baby, you wonæ?° treat me this way.
Donæ?° treat me this way!
(Donæ?° treat me this way!)
(Donæ?° treat me this way!)

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Written by: DANNY OVERBEA

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Comments from YouTube:

TM Rezzek

Fantastic. Chuck could do an excellent ballad when he chose to do so. Too bad he didn't do it more often.

D Doeser

+Glen Dubya Blijf van zijn Muziek houden ! Chuck Berry Zal hem nooit vergeten ! Hou van zijn Muziek .

Egbert Souce

Glen Dubya........Yes, I kind of agree with you. Wouldn't call it "an excellent ballad"; sounds like a decent rendition, IMO. This is probably the first BluesBerry Ballad I can recall hearing (on 10-7-17) and it got me to thinking: maybe something or someone along the way (Chess Records?) told him that R&B ballads were not really his strong suit, and if he was concerned about his career and legacy, he should stick with what he did best. For whatever the reason, he was smart enough to keep the ballads to a minimum and leave the "harder" R&B stuff to the "professionals", like Ray Charles, B.B. King, et al. Think you're exactly right: his meter and voice were less than optimal for this sort of tune, but he was already an icon when this was recorded, so it didn't matter much, but does demonstrate a certain amount of CB's versatility. 10-11

Glen Dubya

Very true! I really LOVE his "Wee Wee Hours", too. I recall reading somewhere that he really wanted to do ballads more in the mold of Nat King Cole, but his meter and voice led to him doing mostly what he's famous for now.

egojosepio

Como siempre, genial!

Paul Joseph

Chuck mainly did ballads as he was a blues singer. Referring here to post 64 work. He was a great writer

Not copy righted 14

Rip chuck so sad 2017 starts like this :(

Mara Karetsos

🎼🎼🎼🎼⭐️

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No puedo creer que este tema tenga solo 11000 reproducciones aguante chuck hasta el cieloooooooooooooooooóoooooooooo a ver algun argentino latino americano contestando mi llamada

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