You Came You Saw You Conquered
The Ronettes Lyrics


I didn't have a care or worry
I wasn't in the slightest hurry
To fall in love and give my heart away oh baby
So hurt many times before that I said this time for sure
I was locking up the door then baby
Oo you came you saw you conquered all the love in me
Oo you came you saw you turned your loving right on in me oooh

My enemy was warm desire
You shot me down with lips of fire
I ran for cover straight into your arms
Oh baby
Footloose and fancy free nobody, could get a hold of me
Then you kissed me tenderly and baby
Oo you came you saw you conquered all the love in me
Oh baby oo you came you saw you turned your loving right on in me oooh

Goodbye heart of mine
Hello sweet ties of love that bind
I'll try love just this one more time
Cause baby
Oo you came you saw you conquered all the love in me
Oh baby oo you came you saw you turned your loving right on in me oooh
Ooh

Contributed by Evan B. Suggest a correction in the comments below.
To comment on specific lyrics, highlight them
Genre not found
Artist not found
Album not found
Song not found
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.

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.

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.

noriemeha

One of her greatest recordings

ThomasSherrod

Monophonic beauty. One of their best!

Jack Evans

R.I.P Ronnie. You shot me down with lips of fire! xxx.

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!

More Comments

More Videos