9 thoughts on “ The Love I Lost

  • West End Featuring Sybil ‎– The Love I Lost Label: PWL International ‎– PWLT , PWL International ‎– Format: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM Country: Europe Released: Genre: Electronic. Style: Euro House, House. Tracklist Hide Credits /5(43).
  • May 10,  · I can remember planning Building my whole world around you And I can remember hoping That you and I could make it on through But something went wrong We loved each other We just couldn't get along Take a good look at me I'm in misery, can't you see The love I lost (the love, the love I lost) Was a sweet love (it was a sweet love) The love I lost (the love, the love I lost) Was complete love.
  • Nov 15,  · For the Lover That I Lost Lyrics: Think about your lips and the way they kiss / There's so much I really miss about you / Sittin' on the beach, you were still in reach / And I haven't felt free.
  • The Love I Lost Lyrics: The love I lost was a sweet love / The love I lost was complete love / The love I lost, I will never / No, no, never love again / I can remember planning / Building my.
  • Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes I can remember planning Building my whole world around you And I can remember hoping That you and I could make it on through But something went wrong We loved each other We just couldn't get along Take a good look at me I'm in misery, can't you see The love I lost (the love, the love I lost) Was a sweet love (it was a sweet love) The love .
  • The Love I Lost Lyrics: The love I lost / Was a sweet love / The love I lost / Was complete love / The love I lost / I will never no no never / Love again ooh / I can remember planning / Building.
  • The love I lost (The love, the love I lost) Was a sweet love (It was a sweet love) The love I lost (The love, the love I lost) Was complete love (It was complete love) The love I lost (The love I lost) I will never, no, no, never (Never, never) Love again, ooh I can't remember nothing, no no But the good times we used to share I'm so sad and lonely.
  • "The Love I Lost" is a song by American R&B group Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes. Originally written as a ballad by Philly soul songwriters Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, the song was transformed into a disco song and features drummer Earl Young. It was released from the Black & Blue album in late

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