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Lyrics to "You're My Baby" song by Roy Orbison: I love that hair, long an' black Hangin' down to the middle of your back Don't cut it off whatever. Got me a guitar, got a six strings And a picker to make 'em ring Every string's gotta know what to do 'Cause I'm gonna use 'em to serenade you 'Cause you're my baby, ah-ah, you're my sugar Don't mean maybe, you're my baby. Well I had me a gal, she said she's mine But she run around on me all the time Now she's gone an' I'm glad we're through 'Cause I-I'm plum-flipped over you 'Cause you're my baby, ah-ah, you're my sugar Don't mean maybe, you're my baby. R. Roy Orbison Lyrics. album: "At The Rock House" (1961). This Kind Of Love Devil Doll You're My Baby Rock House You're Gonna Cry I Never Knew Sweet And Easy To Love Mean Little Mama Ooby Dooby Problem Child.
Watch the video for You're My Baby from Roy Orbison's "The Big 'O'" - The Early Years for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. I love that hair, long an' black Hangin' down to the middle of your back Don't cut it off whatever you do I need it to run my fingers through 'Caus. iew full lyrics.
It was released in 1961 by Sun Records at a time when Orbison had already moved to the Monument label but had not yet put out an album. Another bit of trivia: The song "Rock House" was written by Conway Twitty (true name Harold Lloyd Jenkins). You're My Baby" was written by Johnny Cash. Aside from the two albums recorded to cover two specific songwriters (Don Gibson and Hank Williams), this is the only album that has no songs written by Roy Orbison. Reply Notify me Helpful.
For this release, all tracks except "Devil Doll" have been overdubbed with background vocals and/or additional instruments. Crying is the third album by Roy Orbison, released in 1962. It was his second album on the Monument Record label. The album name comes from the 1961 hit song of the same name that in 2002 was honored with a Grammy Hall of Fame Award.
Roy Orbison at the Rock House. Leggi in un'altra lingua. Aggiungi agli osservati speciali. Roy Orbison at the Rock House è il primo album in studio del cantautore e chitarrista statunitense Roy Orbison, pubblicato nel 1961. This Kind of Love – 2:09. You're My Baby – 2:05. Trying to Get to You – 2:38. It's Too Late – 1:59. You're Gonna Cry – 2:07. Sweet and Easy to Love – 2:12. Mean Little Mama – 1:57.
In Dreams is the fourth LP record by Roy Orbison with Monument Records recorded at the RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee and released in 1963. It is named after the hit 45rpm single "In Dreams. In 2004 Rolling Stone named the title song number 319 on their 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
Tracklist: 1. This Kind Of Love, 2. Devil Doll, 3. You’re My Baby, 4. Tryin’ To Get To You, 5. Its Too Late, 6. Rock House, 7. You’re Gonna Cry, 8. I Never Knew, 9. Sweet And Easy To Love, 10. Mean Little Mama, 11. Ooby Dooby, 12. Problem Child. More albums from Roy Orbison: The Classic Roy Orbison by Roy Orbison. My Spell On You by Roy Orbison. In Dreams: The Greatest Hits by Roy Orbison. Big O by Roy Orbison. Mystery Girl by Roy Orbison. Crying by Roy Orbison. Orbiting With by Roy Orbison.
Although it was technically Roy Orbison's first album, At the Rock House wasn't really an LP effort on his part so much as a cash-in effort by Sun Records in the wake of Orbison's later success on Monument Records with "Uptown," "Only the Lonely," et. All of the material is fascinating as a sort of alternate-universe version of where Orbison might've headed musically, and most of it is downright bracing and exciting, though it's easy to see why it never succeeded at the time - numbers like "You're Gonna Cry" and "Problem Child" were a little too intense and ambitious as rock & roll, with too many changes and involved lyrics, to hold that audience en masse
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Written-By – Harold Jenkins*, Roy Orbison
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Written-By – John R. Cash*
- Record Company – Sun International Corporation
NotesCirca 1980 reissue.
First released 9/24/56.
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- Matrix / Runout (A Side): Sun12A
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