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TWO LOVERS
Mary Wells


Well, I've got two lovers and I ain't ashamed

Two lovers, and I love them both the same


Let me tell you 'bout 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 him

Wo wo oh (wo oh)

I love him so (love him so)

And I'll do everything I can to let him know


Well, I've got two lovers and I ain't ashamed

Two lovers, and I love them both the same


Let me tell you 'bout my other lover:

You know, he treats me bad, makes me sad

Makes be cry, but still I can't deny

That I love him

I really really love him

Wo wo oh (wo 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

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 (personality)

And in reality (reality)

Both of them are you (they both are you)


Well, I've got two lovers and I ain't ashamed

Two lovers, and I love them both the same

Two lovers, and I ain't ashamed...


MARY WELLS

Mary Esther Wells (May 13, 1943 – July 26, 1992) was an American singer who defined the early sound of Motown Records in the early sixties. Along with The Miracles, The Temptations, The Supremes, and The Four Tops, Wells was said to have been part of the charge in black music onto radio stations and record shelves of mainstream America "bridging the color lines in music at the time."

With a string of hit singles mainly composed by Smokey Robinson including "Two Lovers" (1962) ... Read More