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Now You're Gone Trk 20 2: 54 Disc 1
(are. Valens)
Delfi Records #4117 (pop chart #92, July 13, 1959)
Dflp #1206 'Ritchie' October 1959
Recorded: Sept 23, 1958, Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, ca
Sessions by Bob Keene and Rene Hall
Richie - vocal & guitar with Rene Hall - Danelectro
(riffs in unison), Irving Ashby - rhythm guitar
Buddy Clark - standup bass, Ray Johnson, (possibly piano)
Earl Palmer - drums.

Well now, I'm sitting here alone
Wondering what I'll do
Whoa, little darlin'
Where, where are you?
Whoa-oh

Well now, I just don't know
What I'll do-hoo-hoo
Darling, just 'cause I don't have you
That's why I'm so-ho-ho blue
Whoa, uh-oh

Try darlin'
You're the only one for me
And they'll never be
No, no, I'll tire of you
Whoa-uh-uh-oh

Well now, that I've tried
Just wishing and praying for you
Well, there is no one
No one like you
Uh-ooh

Now, you're the only one, I love
And I'll al-ha-ha-all, always
Love you, so
Love you, so, uh-uh-ooh-oh

Love, ooh love
Oh-ho-oh-ooh-ooh
But you're gone

Ooo-ooo
Ooh, now that you're gone.

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