Mary Wells — Two Lovers lyrics

Two Lovers 2: 46 Trk 7
(W. Smokey Robinson)
Mary Wells
Backing vocals, The Love Tones: Stan Bracely (bass)
Carl Jones (tenor) and Joe Miles (baritone)
Musicians: The Funk Brothers (Motown)
Produced by Smokey Robinson, Motown Records single #1032
Pop Chart #9 Aug. 11, 1962
Album: Mary Wells The Ultimate Collection
Motown #314530859-2

Well, I've got two lovers
And I ain't ashamed
Two lovers
And I love them both the same
Let me tell you about my first lover

He's sweet and kind
And he's mine all mine
He treats me good
Like a lover should
And makes me love him
I really, really, love-ove part of him

Ho-ho-ho (ho-ho) I love him so
(Love him so)
And I'll do everything I can
To let him know

But I've got two lovers
And I ain't ashame
Two lovers
And I love them both the same
Let me tell you 'bout my other lover

Well, ya know he treats me bad
Makes me sad, makes me cry
But still I can't deny that I love him
I really, really, love-ove part of him

Oh-oh-ooh (oh-oh) I love him so
(Love him so)
And I'll do everything I can
To let him know

Darling, well
Don't you know that I can tell?
Whenever, I look at you-ooo
That you think that I'm untrue
'Cause I say that I love two
But I really, really, do

'Cause you're a split-personality
(Split-personality)
And in reality (and in reality)
Both of them are you
(They both are you)
We can't change (they're you)

Well, I've got two lovers
And I ain't ashamed
Two lovers
And I love them both the same

Fades

Two lovers and I ain't ashamed.

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Songwriters: GUTIEREZZ, ROBERT/RAMIREZ, ROBERT/CARTER, JAMES CALVIN
Two Lovers lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.