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Its Impossible - The Supremes & The Four Tops* - Dynamite (Cassette, Album)


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  1. Tracklist: 1. It’s Impossible, 2. The Bigger You Love (The Harder You Fall), 3. Hello Stranger, 4. Love The One You’re With, 5. Good Lovin’ Ain’t Easy To Come By, 6. Melodie, 7. If, 8. If I Could Build My Whole World Around You, 9. Don’t Let Me Lose This Dream, Do You Love Me Just A Little, Honey.
  2. May 13,  · PLEASE READ- Thanks for watching! xx I changed the incorrect lyrics by placing another Youtube text box over the words. Remember to place a comment and rating:) .
  3. This collection of music by the Supremes and Four Tops, that is (jean Terrell) on lead instead of (Diana) is fantastic, this release is simply a breath of frsh air. Its been years since I heard these tracks except the original Magnificient 7, since I have the cd, but the other two are glorious extensions of the first release/5(17).
  4. The Supremes, like most of Motown's impressive roster of artists, were essentially geared and groomed to produce great singles, and thanks to the brilliant Holland-Dozier-Holland songwriting team, that's exactly what the Supremes did between and A dozen of the group's singles hit number one on the pop charts, an amazing achievement, and with songs like "Come See About Me," "Back in.
  5. Jul 30,  · It's Impossible · Patty Duke Patty Duke Sings Songs From The Valley Of The Dolls & Other Selections ℗ Universal Records, a Division of .
  6. Impossible Lyrics: I remember years ago / Someone told me I should take / Caution when it comes to love / I did, I did / And you were strong and I was not / My illusion, my mistake / I was careless.
  7. The Impossibles ( and ) were a rock music band from Austin, Texas. They originally played ska punk prior to their first break-up but transitioned to a .
  8. In addition to their own albums, The Four Tops were paired with The Supremes, who had just replaced lead singer Diana Ross with Jean Terrell, for a series of albums billed under the joint title The Magnificent Seven: The Magnificent Seven in , and The Return of the Magnificent Seven and Dynamite.

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