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  1. Vobei Reply

    "Dedicated to the One I Love" is surely a standard by which many '50s pop/rock songs can be judged. Using stock pop chord changes of the period, the most important feature of the composition is the lyric: Written in the form of a letter, the song touches on the emotions of anyone who has sent or received such a note from a loved one who is far away.

  2. Nikobei Reply

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Dedicated To The One I Love on Discogs.

  3. Kigataxe Reply

    Another excellent Mamas and The Papas collection here! Greatest hits cd has all their classic sixties songs on it. I like their Beatles version of "Twist and Shout". And also another version by them from the Temptations own "My Girl" as well. By Jason (Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada).

  4. Tojale Reply

    A2 Dedicated To The One I Love A3 I Call Your Name A4 Twelve-Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming To The Canyon) A5 Creeque Alley A6 Dancing In The Street A7 For The Love Of Ivy A8 Go Where You Wanna Go B1 My Girl B2 Look Through My Window B3 Words Of Love B4 Twist And Shout B5 I Saw Her Again B6 Dream A Little Dream Of Me B7 Trip, Stumble And Fall.

  5. Akinotilar Reply

    Sep 10,  · Song Dedicated to the one I love; Artist The Mamas & the Papas; Album Colección Mitos The Mamas & The Papas; Writers Ralph Bass, Lowman Pauling.

  6. Dijas Reply

    Audio CD, Box set, Original recording, January 1, $ — $ The Mamas & the Papas - Greatest Hits Mamas & Papas. out of 5 2-Boys and girls together() 3-Creeque Alley() 4-Dancing bear() 5-Dancing in the street() 6-Dedicated to the one I love() 7-Did you ever want to cry() 8-Do you wanna dance(2 /5(10).

  7. Akigar Reply

    Nov 20,  · Dedicated To The One I Love The Mamas & The Papas Romantica Karaoke. Dedicated To The One I Love The Mamas & The Papas Romantica Karaoke. BFM Hits - Topic 3, views.

  8. Mooguzil Reply

    "Dedicated to the One I Love" is a song written by Lowman Pauling and Ralph Bass which was a hit for the "5" Royales, the Shirelles and the Mamas & the Papas. Pauling was the guitarist of the "5" Royales, the group that recorded the original version of .

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