These Arms of Mine
Otis Redding Lyrics


These arms of mine, they are lonely
Lonely and feeling blue

These arms of mine, they are yearning
Yearning from wanting you

And if you would let them hold you
Oh, how grateful I will be

These arms of mine, they are burning
Burning from wanting you

These arms of mine, they are wanting
Wanting to hold you

And if you would let them hold you
Oh how grateful I will be

Come on, come on baby
Just be my little woman
Just be my lover, oh

I need me somebody, somebody to treat me right, oh
I need your arms, loving arms to hold me tight

And I, I, I need your, I need your tender lips, to hold me
Together when I'm right with you

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Written by: OTIS REDDING

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Debra Vega

Sam Cooke and Otis Redding
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So many great hits I can sit back relax listening to the original musicians Otis Redding,
Sam Cooke
One of my Favorite songs
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Annemarie Norman

My Late Husband, would sing this to me each morning.....Rest In Peace Amiel

Jennifer Jack

Yessm'

Mariah Francois

Every t ime I hear this song I get sad that memorie of my dad dancing with me in his arms to this

Jeff Vanwinkle

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Douglas Riley

You shall meet again.💞

Dave Walker

Annemarie now that was a good man didn't know him but if he sung that to you every morning the feeling was strong and real💐🌈🌠☀️ hold on to those memories

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Ed ONeill

So many people only remember Dock of the Bay. Otis was one of the greatest singers of all time!

grammyj1

Diane Mcalpine ~ 🤯 Sam Cooke was great in his own right! So was Al Green ! So was Jackie Wilson, Lou Rawls and LUTHA... all GREAT and Super GIFTED’. Just a special era for us who grew up in the 50’s thru 70’s. SOUL MUSIC stirred the SOUL - S✊🏿M✊🏿H✊🏿 They ALL did the Darn Thang ...,.WELL🎶🎵

World in Union

@Stephen Mccallum this is holy, please don't defile it.

Joe Bailey

Pain in my heart was a classic

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