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Jeannie Reynolds - Lay Some Lovin' On Me / Love Don't Come Easy For Me Now album flac

  • Performer: Jeannie Reynolds
  • Album: Lay Some Lovin' On Me / Love Don't Come Easy For Me Now
  • FLAC: 1575 mb | MP3: 1956 mb
  • Released: 1975
  • Country: US
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 946
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Jeannie Reynolds - Lay Some Lovin' On Me / Love Don't Come Easy For Me Now album flac

Tracklist

Lay Some Lovin' On Me 3:20
Love Don't Come Easy For Me Now 4:48

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NB 846 Jeannie Reynolds Lay Some Lovin' On Me / Love Don't Come Easy For Me Now ‎(7", Single, Styrene) Casablanca NB 846 US 1975
NB 846 Jeannie Reynolds Lay Some Lovin' On Me / Love Don't Come Easy For Me Now ‎(7", Single) Casablanca NB 846 US 1975
NB 846 Jeannie Reynolds Lay Some Lovin' On Me / Love Don't Come Easy For Me Now ‎(7", Single) Casablanca NB 846 US 1975
NB 846 Jeannie Reynolds Lay Some Lovin' On Me ‎(7", Mono, Promo) Casablanca NB 846 US 1975
NG 677 Jeannie Reynolds Lay Some Lovin' On Me ‎(7", Single) Casablanca NG 677 Netherlands 1975


Come Lay Some Lovin' on Me. by.

Love Don't Producer –. Come Easy For Me Don Davis, Norma. NB 846 NG 677. Jeannie Reynolds. Label Category Country Year. Lay Some Lovin' On Me, Love Don't Come Easy For Me Now Casablanca NB 846 (7", Single). Lay Some Lovin' On Me (7", Promo). Casablanca NB 846 US. 1975. Lay Some Lovin' On Me (7", Single). Casablanca NG 677 Netherlands 1975.

As recalled by bassist Muff Winwood, the song was conceived, arranged, and rehearsed in just half an hour

Now if you want to come and get it don't you fret it guarantee you won't regret it as we kickin' bad athletics. Check it out BRIDGE High heels, black leather. Thigh high, even better. I wanna give it to you lady, more than ever

Well you thought I'd be waitin' up when you came home last night You'd been out with all the boys and you ended up half tight But liquor and love that just don't mix leave a bottle or me behind And don't come home a drinkin' with lovin' on your mind No don't come home a drinkin' with.

Now if you want to come and get it don't you fret it guarantee you won't regret it as we kickin' bad athletics. Check it out. High heels, black leather. I wanna give it to you lady, more than ever. Cause when the heat hits the fan you won't find a better man. (so c'mon) Lay all your lovin' on me. Strapped with the thigh high, leather down to the toes, she even got leather panty hoes and only I know 'cause the girl nasty get at me you know, you know, you know. She got tattoos of cupid, she got me on one, dangerous with them jeans and the thong on. So the next time a girl hits you with the line lay your love on me. Make a move for the waist line.

A love that's been denied A love that's growing day by day You're such a pretty child, you're about to drive me wild Come on, babe, now what you say. Lay a little lovin' on me, lay a little lovin' on me Honey doggone it, I depend upon it So lay a little lovin' on me Lay a little lovin' on me, lay a little lovin' on me. You're gonna want me, babe So lay a little lovin' on me Honey doggone it, I depend upon it So lay a little lovin' on me. Honey I want you, baby, I need you I love you, I love you. Lay a little lovin' on me, lay a . .Write about your feelings and thoughts about Lay A Little Lovin' On Me. Know what this song is about? Does it mean anything special hidden between the lines to you?

Lovin' you is easy cause you're beautiful Makin' love with you is all I wanna do Lovin' you is more than just a dream come true And everything that I do is out of lovin' you. La la la la la, la la la la la La la la la la, la la la la la Do do do do do, oo. Lovin' You is a song from Minnie Riperton’s 1975 album Perfect Angel. It was written by Minnie and her husband Richard Rudolph (who also produced the song with Stevie Wonder). The song was written as a distraction for her daughter. At the end of production, there were eight completed songs; Wonder wanted one additional song to bring the album closer to the industry standard of a 40-minute run time. He asked Riperton and songwriter-husband Richard Rudolph to come up with a tune that they considered to be their most embarrassing song.