Then Came You
The Spinners Lyrics


Ever since I met you
Seems I can't forget you
The thought of you keeps runnin' through
The back of my mind

Every time I'm near you
I get that urge to feel you
Just touchin' you and lovin' you
Makes everything right (Tell me how you feel, baby)
I never knew love before (Oh, no)
Then came you, you, then came you
I never knew love before
Then came you, ooh, then came you
You

Now that I have found you
How did I live without you (I don't know, baby)
It's plain to see you're all I need
To satisfy me

I'm so darn proud of you
I want to sing about you (Sing, sing, sing, baby)
So all I know you made love grow
By touchin' my hand

Oh, oh, I never knew love before
Then came you, you, then came you
I never knew love before
Then came you, ooh, then came you
Hey, then came you

Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, I never knew love before
Then came you, then came you
I never knew love before
Then came you, you, then came you

Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, I never knew love before
Then, hey, then came you
I never knew love before
Hey, then came you, you, you, you, you, you

Hey, hey, you know that I never knew love before, no
Then came you, then came you
I never knew love before
Then came you, ooh, then came you

Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, I never knew love before
Then came you, then came you
I never knew love before
Then came you, you, you, you, then came you

No, no, I never knew love before

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: SHERMAN MARSHALL, PHILIP PUGH

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Comments from YouTube:

John Clark

I Was Listening To This Song, In 1975; And Here I Am, Listening To This Song, In 2020!😳😁😅😂🤓😎👍😍❤️

Vietnamese Plays roblox

Funny as a kid from this gen that year is my fav type of car year! 1975-76 glasshouse

Im Bonita Applebum

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Wind Walker

Real singers real musicians the non GMO sound baby!

Tanna Preston

Me too. That is real music with voices and harmony. Brings back good memories and dancing.

jagav09

same here- awesome music from a great era

Purple40Ice

I am so grateful to have grown up in the 70s and early 80s,,I must have wore rose colored glasses but to me,, this whole era was to  me clean, full of life, peace of heart and mind. the clothes, the music,, what we wore had meaning,, we expressed our ourselves,  and the music,, so much love and passion..,, we had a good time,, we hung out with friends til late at night, yes we did some stupid stuff,, but ,, I don't know to me,, we were a lot calmer,,lol and I don't mean because we were on pot,,lol,, I wish my Daughter, Son and Grandkids could have experienced it,,  I hate this time WE are ALL going through..  SO I leave you with this,Respect me and I will respect you,You have a right to your opinion and I have a right to mine, I will listen and do my best to understand yours, but placed don't make it into a Broadway Production,Disrespect me and I will not retaliate, I will walk away and leave you to your thoughts,So here is what I will say, Peace be with you , in your mind and also in your heart.Please People,, wake up and bring back the love!!!

Ricky Lock

Would very much like one day to meet you guys !!......a beautiful perspective on life and how we should all conduct ourselves.......EVERYONE is EQUAL regardless of race and seriously how hard is it to b kind and nice to one another....this world should and could b such a more peaceful lovin world if only we had a bit more patience and a bit more respect for each other......I just hope one day we just all "wake up ""......and what better than the feelgood lovely songs like this to start the process....i mean music has such powerful emotions and a great way to bring people closer to one another .......anyway god bless everyone and please remember to try and b kind to each other as good karma is so important xxx😇🥰😎❤❤❤

Queen Wade

Say it those were the best years of my life music was real and meaningful I don't think these artist today can begin to understand.

Jerry J Masarira

True. Those were VERY VERY GOOOOOD DAYS.

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