"Chapel Of Love" as written by Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich and Philip Spector....
Going to the chapel
And we're gonna get married
Going to the chapel
And we're gonna get married

Gee I really love you
And we're gonna get married
Going to the chapel of love

(Bow bow bow bow bow)
(Bow bow bow bow bow)

Spring is here (ooo-ooo-ooo)
The sky is blue (sky is blue)
Birds all sing (oh the birds all sing)
Like they do (yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah)
Today's the day (wah-hooo-oooo)
We'll say "I do" (ooo-oooo)
And we'll never be lonely anymore

(Bow bow bow bow bow)
(Bow bow bow bow bow)

Because we're
Going to the chapel
And we're gonna get married
Going to the chapel
And we're gonna get married

Gee I really love you
And we're gonna get married
Going to the chapel of love

(Bow bow bow bow bow)
(Bow bow bow bow bow)

Bells will ring (ri-ii-iing) (bells will ring)
The sun will shine (hey hey hey yeah) (the sun will shine)
I'll be hers (yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah) (i'll be hers)
And she'll be mine (oh oh oh oh oh oh oh) (and she'll be mine)
We'll love until (we'll love until) (hey hey hey) (we'll love until)
The end of time (ooo hooo) (the end of time)
And we'll never be lonely anymore

(Bow bow bow bow bow)
(Bow bow bow bow bow)

Because we're
Going to the chapel
And we're gonna get married
Going (goin') to the chapel
And we're gonna get married


Lyrics submitted by Bobo192

"Chapel of Love" as written by Ellie Greenwich Jeff Barry

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentWritten by the formidable writing team of Phil Spector, Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry, this song was originally recorded in 1964 by Spector protege girl groups the Crystals and the Ronettes. Spector, being the brilliant but occasional dumbass he was, refused to release the song, so co-writers Greenwich and Barry arranged themselves for the song to be recorded by another girl group, not affiliated with Spector, the Dixie Cups. It was a huge #1 hit.
    rarebiton June 11, 2004   Link
  • -1
    General CommentGood info above. However this version by the Beach Boys is not good, in fact they ruined a great classic - which is saying something for me because the Beach Boys have always been my favorite music. The album it comes from is "15 Big Ones" in '76, which features a number of rock-n-roll covers, but is generally forgettable like most everything the band did from '67 to '80 (sorry, but that Brian Wilson experimental stuff is never worth listening to). Just go get the original version of "Chapel of Love" and forget this one exists.
    The Swing Kingon December 21, 2006   Link

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