This was a remake of a song originally recorded by the duo Johnny & Jackey (Johnny Bristol and Jackey Beavers) in 1961. Motown Records brought in Bristol to produce a new… Read More 




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Someday we'll be togetherSay, say, say it, say it againSomeday we'll be togetherOh, yeah, oh yeahYou're far awayFrom me my loveAnd just as sure my, my babyAs there are stars aboveI wanna say, I wanna say, I wanna saySomeday we'll be togetherYes we will, yes we willSay, someday (some sweet day) we'll be togetherI know, I know, I know, I knowMy love is yours, babyOh, right from the startYou, you, you posses my soul now honeyAnd I know, I know you own my heartAnd I wanna say:
Someday we'll be togetherSome sweet day we'll be togetherYes we will, yes we willSomeday (tell everybody now) we'll be togetherYes we will, yes we willA long time ago, my my sweet thingI made a big mistake, honeyI said, I said goodbyeOh, oh babyEver (ever), ever (ever), ever since that dayNow, now all I wanna do is cry, cryHey, hey, heyI long for you every, every nightJust to kiss your sweet, sweet lips babyHold you ever, ever so tightAnd I wanna saySomeday we'll be togetherYes we will, yes we willSomeday we'll be togetherYes we will, yes we will
This was a remake of a song originally recorded by the duo Johnny & Jackey (Johnny Bristol and Jackey Beavers) in 1961. Motown Records brought in Bristol to produce a new version of the song for Jr. Walker & the All-Stars, but Motown chief Berry Gordy decided to give it to Diana Ross as her first solo single away from The Supremes. Bristol struggled to get the sound he wanted from Ross, and encouraged her along the way, which made it onto tape: That’s him coaching Diana through the song, offering “Sing it pretty” and “You better” along the way. Also Motown decided to release this as by “Diana Ross and the Supremes,” even though Ross was the only member of the group whose voice is on the recording.


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