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Bo Diddley – You Know I Love You lyrics

You Know I Love You Trk 8 Disc 2 2: 56
(Ellas Mcdaniel)
Bo Diddley
Bo Diddley - vocal & guitar, Jerome Green - maracas
The Flamingos - (The Great backing vocalist group) Harvey Fugua
Bobby Lester, Alexander 'Pete' Graves & Prentiss Barnes.
Unk bandmemebers. Prob. Recorded 1960 and previously unreleased.

(Woo-ooo-ooo, woo-ooo)
(Ooo-ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo)
(Woo-ooo-ooo) oh-oh (woo-ooo)
(Woo-ooo-ooo, woo-ooo)

Don't think that you don't love me
Don't think that you don't want me
For I love you (love you) love you
Oh yes, I love you (love you, I need you)

Don't leave me
Don't leave me here to cry
Don't grieve me
Yeah I, I love you (love you) love you
Oh, yes I love you

I need you by my side
Oh, I want you to see I've tried
You know that I love you
I've got a good reason why
And I'll stick to you, baby
Oh, 'til the day I die

Don't think that you don't need me
Don't think you don't want me
Cause I love you (love you) love you
Oh yes, I love you
(Love you, woo-ooo-ooo, I do)

Oh (I need you-ooo)
Darling, I love you
(Love you, I do-ooo)
Oh, how much I love you
(Love you, I do-ooo)
When you throw your arms around me
I shiver and shake
(Love you, woo-ooo, I do)
Please, I love no one but you
(Love you)

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