Gimme Some Lovin

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  1. "Gimme Some Lovin'" was the result; Miller made the US release more appealing to American taste by adding percussion and a female chorus. The song served its purpose, becoming the first American hit for The Spencer Davis Group. Their follow-up, "I'm a Man," made #10, but was their last significant hit stateside.
  2. Listen to Spencer Davis Gimme Some Lovin' MP3 song. Gimme Some Lovin' song from the album Spencer Davis Group's Gimme Some Lovin' is released on Jun The duration of song is This song is sung by Spencer Davis.
  3. Gimme some lovin' (gimme gimme some lovin'), gimme some lovin' every day Well I feel so good, everybody's getting high Better take it easy 'cos the place is on fire Been a hard day and nothing went too good Now I'm gonna relax honey, everybody should [Chorus:].
  4. You got gimme some-a lovin' (Gimme gimme some lovin') Gimme some-a lovin' (Gimme gimme some lovin') Gimme some-a lovin' every day. Hey! Well, I feel so good, everything is still hot You better take it easy 'cause the place is on fire Been a hard day, nothing went too good Now, I'm gonna relax like everybody should.
  5. "Gimme Some Lovin'" is a song written by Steve Winwood, Spencer Davis and Muff Winwood - with the original performance by the Spencer Davis Group. The basic riff of the song was borrowed from the Homer Banks song "(Ain't That) A Lot of Love", written by Banks and Willie Dean "Deanie" Parker. The song was originally a hit in (UK #2; U.S. #7), when Steve .
  6. Gimme Some Lovin' Lyrics: (Hey!) / Well my temperature's rising and my feet on the floor / Crazy people knocking 'cause they're wanting some more / .
  7. Editors' Notes The Blues Brothers journey that John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd began on Saturday Night Live grew into a multimedia phenomenon, but even with the comedy stripped away, the soundtrack to their cult-classic film still stands tall. When they’re not ceding the spotlight to R&B giants like Ray Charles (“Shake a Tail Feather”) and Aretha Franklin (“Think”), they stir .

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