I'll Always Love You
The Spinners Lyrics


(Doo doo doo doo doo doo)
(Doo doo doo doo doo doo)

So, you're breakin' my heart
Takin' my sunshine from me
Knowing that I'm to blame
Darling, there's nothing that I can say

Darling, I've got to try
'Cause in my heart I know that I

I'll always love you
I'll always love you, baby
Darling, return my love
No matter where you go

(I'll always love you, baby)
(I'll always love you, baby)

Sometimes a man
Has too much pride to see
But losing your love, my darling
Has opened my eyes for me

Darling, you're going away
Hurts me more and more each day

I'll always love you
I'll always love you, baby
Darling, return my love
No matter where you go

(I'll always love you, baby)
(I'll always love you, baby)

(Doo doo doo doo doo doo)
(Doo doo doo doo doo doo)

Though you're leavin' me behind
Girl, you'll never be out of my mind

I'll always love you
I'll always love you, baby
Darling, return my love
No matter where you go

(I'll always love you, baby)
(I'll always love you, baby)

(I'll always love you) Though the sun is burning out
(I'll always love you) Though my plans may never turn out
(I'll always love you) Girl, you know I
(I'll always love you) Will be lovin' you till I die

I'll always love you
I'll always love you, baby
I'll always love you

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dancingnature

Motown had great musicians behind their singers. This song was the one that made me fall in love with the Spinners - well the original version anyway

Paula Easley

I'll always love me some SPINNERS❤️❤️❤️❤️

Paula Easley

A Teenager in the 60's. The Motown & The Philly Sound. Need I say more.

Paul Smith

Grew up down the bottom in West Philly & lived on 17th & Christian from the time I was 9 in 1960 to 18 in 1969. Greatest time of my life even with the gang wars. Enjoyed street corner harmony all the way to battle of the groups at the Uptown & Nixon. Georgie Woods, Jimmy Bishop, Hy Lit WHAT,WDAS,Wibg, Sonny Hopson, Butterball dance on Sunday nights at Town Hall, the crossfire,Cha Cha, silk & wool pants,Italian knits,, high boy shirts, processes at Dons due shop, starting your small fro, Italian loafers & comforts, Motown, the Classic Temptations...What a great time to grow up in Philly! It's all good.

Bob Watson

Paula Easley listening to WDAS and WHAT am and on Sunday WIBG

Del Stanley

Written by Ivy Jo Hunter and Mickey Stevenson. The same team that brought us the Four Tops' "Ask the Lonely," and Martha & the Vandellas' "Dancing in the Streets."

Graham Chambers

this goes out to my first love'' and only true love ''from the early 70s in westbromwich'' i'll always love you Annette j whitehouse'' [ no one has ever come close']'' soulgray of wba ' xxxx

Michael Robinson

Motown. .the best music ever....

Paula Easley

Michael Robinson also Motown was The Greatest Record Production In History.

michael toner

I saw these magnificent artists at the Uptown Theatre in Philly, right before this blue-eyed brother went to 'Nam. Never forgot the experience, because it kept us all going toward the light! Blessings to The Spinners for their really wonderful talent!

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