"My Little Red Book" as written by Burt F Bacharach and Hal David....
I just got out my little red book
The minute that you said good-bye.
I thumbed right through my little red book
I wasn't gonna sit and cry.
And I went from A to Z;
I took out every pretty girl in town.
They danced with me, and while I held them,
All I did was to talk about you.
Hear your name and I'd start to cry
There is just no getting over you.
No girl who is in my little red book,
Just ever could replace your love,
And each girl in my little red book
Knows you're the one I'm thinking of.
Won't you please come back to me?
Without your precious love I can't go on.
Where can you be? I need you so much.
All I do is talk about you,
Hear your name and I start to cry
There is just no getting over you.


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"My Little Red Book" as written by Burt F Bacharach Burt Bacharach

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    I think this is one of the greatest pop songs of all time. Bacharach/David wrote it and Burt Bacharach famously hated Love's version, but the versions by Manfred Mann (et al) can't hold a candle to this one for me.It has so much raw energy and never fails to make me want to dance.

    The meaning is obvious; you just have to listen to the lyrics.
    sharkycharmingon September 20, 2013   Link

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