Girl You Need A Change Of Mind
Eddie Kendricks Lyrics


Baby (Let me tell you) girl you need a change of mind

Why march in pick-it lines? Burn bras and carry signs? Now I'm for women's rights I just want equal nights help!

Baby girl you need a change of mind baby girl you need a change of mind

All men don't discriminate this man emancipates now I won't chain you up just fill your lovin' cup hey, hey you need me girl

What you say to that? What you say to that? (Hey baby) baby (you need a change of mind) what you say to that? (Hey baby) baby (You need a change of mind) what you say to that?
(Bet I can change ya if it takes all night let me try to change ya) its alright (I know you need me) what you say to that? (I know you need me) what you say to that?

Its alright what you say to that? Ha ha ha ha yeah yeah yeah yeah ha ha ha ha ha yeah yeah yeah yeah let me try to change ya let me try to change ya

let me try to change ya let me try to change ya let me try to change ya let me try to change ya let me! I know I can let me try to change ya oh I know I can

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Written by: ANITA POREE, LEONARD CASTON

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Baby (Let me tell you) girl you need a change of mind

Why march in pick-it lines? Burn bras and carry signs? Now I'm for women's rights I just want equal nights help!

Baby girl you need a change of mind baby girl you need a change of mind

All men don't discriminate this man emancipates now I won't chain you up just fill your lovin' cup hey, hey you need me girl

What you say to that? What you say to that? (Hey baby) baby (you need a change of mind) what you say to that? (Hey baby) baby (You need a change of mind) what you say to that?

what you say to that?

Its alright what you say to that? Ha ha ha ha yeah yeah yeah yeah ha ha ha ha ha yeah yeah yeah yeah let me try to change ya let me try to change ya

let me try to change ya let me try to change ya let me try to change ya let me try to change ya let me! I know I can let me try to change ya oh I know I can

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Songwriters: Anita Poree / Leonard Caston

Girl You Need a Change of Mind lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC



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Don Q's Wanderings

"NOW I'M FOR WOMEN'S RIGHT, I JUST WANT EQUAL NIGHTS!" Lyrics are on point and Eddie's voice is pure silk. Those horns and baseline? PURE FIRE!!!

Kemsy the Cat

donqdow2 🔥🔥

Tom Henneberry

Silk and Soul - that was Eddie, one of the greatest singers ever to record for Motown. Think "Just My Imagination.'" Or his part in 'You're my Everything," where he trades lines with David ruffin. pure magic!

Todd Maek

Yeah that bar was pimpish

Zannelle Richardson

donqdow2- YAaas baby!

Tom Henneberry

One of the towering Motown productions from 1973 with the perfect synergy of instruments, tempo changes, the glorious Eddie Kendrick's falsetto with La La, Las or the Ah, Ah, -Yeah Yeah Yeah - (the Pips -like chorus) or the drums and pianos signalling tempo changes, and the horns propelling the song forward along with bass and drums. I have listened to this song about 15 times recently and it is a sublime piece of funk with all the moving parts working in tandem creating a mighty groove that won't quit. I understand why this track was such a massive hit in the discos. If you can't shake your groove thing to this then you don't have a pulse. The original edited version never was a big hit, but that's because the song doesn't start to unwind until about 4 minutes in, and then it takes flight. The unnamed musicians deserve the highest praise for this joyful jam Don't think that Benny Benjamin or James Jamerson played on it, but whoever the musicians were. Thank you, Thank you! This is what music can do. Gordy was right: It is indeed in the groove that counts.

Daimon Mario Perez

The Young Senators.

mrstanbmw

this is a DC band Young Senators

Rick Jason

The Young Senators

Rick Jason

The Young Senators from Washington DC. They were the inspiration for Chuck Brown as well as Trouble Funk. Check out "Trouble Funk Live Part 2"......the B Side for the correlation. Also considered the first real disco record. By some.

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