Wear It On Our Face
The Dells Lyrics


We're falling in love, my darling
With all our heart and soul
Let's put our love somewhere
For the whole world to behold

A love like ours
Must have a special place
I've got the answer, baby
Let's wear it on our face
Let's wear it on our face

Love is bubbling over, baby
Flowing everywhere
Our hearts can't hold no more
And it's got to go somewhere
Whoa, yeah

A love like ours
Must have a special place
I've got the answer, baby
Let's wear it on our face
Let's wear it on our face

This love's got to go somewhere
This love's got to go somewhere
This love's got to go somewhere
This love's got to go somewhere

Yeah, yeah, yeah...

I've got the answer
Let's wear it on our face

A love like ours
Got to go someplace
Look at the answer, baby
Let's wear it on our face

This love's got to go somewhere
This love's got to go somewhere
This love's got to go somewhere
This love's got to go somewhere

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah...
We've got the answer
Let's wear it on our face
Oh, yeah

A love like ours
Got to go someplace
Look at the answer, baby
Let's wear it on our face
Oh, yeah (on our face now, hey)

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah...
We've got the answer
Let's wear it on our face

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Comments from YouTube:

Thomas J. Wiegand

Interesting beginning! Heard this on WFIL, Philadelphia, May 1968.

Scott Bicknell

The best intro I have ever heard Dells were great, and their music stands up still today.

Bill Rosedale

the "MIGHTY" Dells

alvin v

I dare anyone to find something more powerful. Greatest soulman of all time. RIP Marvin Junior.
As for this track, Neil Fagan below says it best, everyone involved knocked it outta the park.

timothyy pearson

jocko hawkins his only competition would be david ruffin

C Flo

yessir! I agree with ALL of that. Marvin Junior....rare singer, unique. That TRACK IS EXPLOSIVE!!

spudthemod67

takes me back to a young Mod at the rallys in the 80s

Michael Hackett

God he could sing the phone book brilliant this is one of my faves from the first time I heard it 1968 at a disco

MikeBlitzMag

Arguably not only the Dells' finest moment, but one of the genre's five definitive masterpieces overall. Rivaled perhaps only by Tony And Tyrone's Turn It On for pure intensity. Absolute, utter perfection (and Blitz Magazine's pick for Best Single Of 1968).

oldsoulboy1

Love it as much today as I did 45 years ago!

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