Ooh I Do

Album: The Best of Lynsey de Paul (1974)
Charted: 25


  • After 4 singles for the MAM label, Lynsey signed with Don Arden and released here first single "Ooh I Do" under his management for Warner Bros. A departure from what Lynsey had done before, this Spectoresque song was a top thirty hit in the UK, Holland and Japan. >>
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    Roscoe B - Munich, Germany

Comments: 1

  • Roscoe B from Munich, GermanyBarry Blue did his own version of this Lynsey/Barry song with different verses and it was also covered by a Japanese group in the 90's in a very disjointed, electronic style.
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