You're Driving Me Crazy
The Temperance Seven Lyrics


TEMPERANCE SEVEN

YOU'RE DRIVING ME CRAZY - 25/05/1961
1 week at #1 - 16 weeks on chart

You left me sad and lonely
Why did you leave me lonely
'Cause here's a heart that's only for
Nobody but you
I'm burning like a flame dear
I'll never be the same dear
I'll always place the blame dear
On nobody but you

You, you're driving me crazy
What did I do
Oh what did I do
My tears for you make everything hazy
Clouding the skies of blue

How true
Were the friends who were near me to cheer me
Believe, me they knew
That you
Were the kind who would hurt me
Desert me, when I needed you
You, you're driving me crazy
What did I do to you

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lmjenki

Temperance seven and the Bonzo dog doo da band made a fascinating and refreshing change from rock during the sixties. I still remember all of their hits. Good times.

David Mackie

I fell in love with this music 60 years ago. It's still wonderful.

France Purdy

@Seth Roberto trying it out now. Looks promising.

Seth Roberto

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carl lowe

This was George Martin's first #1 hit in the UK as a record producer years before he produced Beatles recordings.

kleinabomber

It was more like a year and half later Love me Do was issued

Dan Fiebiger

George Martin was involved in at least some of the hit songs of Rolf Harris BEFORE this song, but I'm not sure if it was as a producer or an engineer. He's credited on some of Harris's albums, and the quality of production on Harris's songs sure sounds like Martin's usual excellent work. Anybody know more about this?

Ken Henderson

George Martin was quoted as saying the Temperance Seven weren't "temperant", nor seven!

Jesse Hale

The obituary for Sir George in Mojo magazine brought me here!

265Feral

This was my Mum's fave song, every time I hear it I think of her and have a bit of a cry. It is a classic

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