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You Came You Saw You Conquered
Ronettes (the) Lyrics


We have lyrics for 'You Came You Saw You Conquered' by these artists:

The Ronettes I didn't have a care or worry I wasn't in the…

We have lyrics for these tracks by Ronettes (the):

Baby I Love You Woa-oh, woa-oh oh oh Have I ever told you How good it…
Be My Baby The night we met I knew I needed you so And…
Born To Be Together The moment I saw you, My heart knew it was…
Breakin' Up Baby, when we break up from a quarrel or a…
Do I Love You? Do I want you for my baby Do I want you…
Frosty the Snowman Frosty the snowman Was a jolly happy soul With a corncob…
I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus Underneath the mistletoe la…
I Wonder Mama said, before I'd grown I'll find somebody I could call…
Is This What I Get For Loving You? There's been a lot of talk around That you've been seen…
Ronettes Just see those sleigh bells jingling And ring dinglaing too …
Sleigh Ride Just hear those sleigh bells jingling, ring tingle tingling …
So Young I have boyfriend He says I'm his only one We want to…
Walking in The Rain I want him, and I need him, And someday someway woo…
When I Saw You When I saw you, that's when I knew I'd lose my…
Why Don't They Let Us Fall In Love Why do they say that We're too young to go steady? Don't…
You Baby You know I've been wanting you My whole life through And now…

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Comments from YouTube:

James Brent

So sad to hear of Ronnie Spector passing away at age 78. I was fortunate to see her perform live in Atlanta in 2005. Her legacy will never be forgotten. This recording from 1969 is a life long favorite. R.I.P.

Alan Oszy

Love the Ronettes singing so much, I grew up on real music like this. Phil Spector sure could write the words for the Ronettes beautiful songs. Saw them in 66, what beautiful classy woman they were.

Lance Houck

After five books and intensive studying of Spector, I overlooked this song, because every bio said, “it vanished quickly without a trace”. However, I kind of dig it. I mean it should have been created in 1964. It would have been a hit most likely. Too little too late. But I do like it.

Reid Caesar

What a catchy beat ..........love it .........could have made it as a single !

Jermaine Johnson

Poor management....this is a #1

Andrew Thornhill

Spector eventually put it out around 1969 I believe.

bradly2007

Brain-dead radio wouldn't program this classic, was on A&M single and wore it out!

Thomas

Monophonic beauty. One of their best!

noriemeha

One of her greatest recordings

Jeffrey Dickison

This song was released as a single in 1969 on A&M records.

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