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Who's Lovin' You (1960) lyrics

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Smokey Robinson – Who's Lovin' You (1960) lyrics

When I had you here, I treated you bad and wrong my dear
And since, girl, since you went away
Don't you know I sit around with my head hanging down
And I wonder who is loving you

I, I, I, I, I should have never, never, never, ever made you cry
And since, girl, since you've been gone
Don't you know I sit around with my head hanging down
And oh, I wonder who is loving you

Life without love, it's oh so lonely
I don't think that I'm gonna make it
Well my life, all my love belongs to you only
Come on home girl, come on and take it

Because all, all I, all I can do
All I can do since you've been gone is cry
And if you, you, yeah, ever wonder
And worry [Incomprehensible] by what I do

Don't you know I sit around, oh, with my head hanging down
And I wonder, who is loving you
Who's loving you

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    Smokey. This song is so real even today in 2014. I was listening to sing this song and read the lyrics. They are so touching and sensitive to ones heart. Male or female until it gives me chills. I know you wrote young probably about 20 when first recorded 1960 and others. Have said the lyrics express a crying heart that is asking for forgiveness.

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