Love Hangover

Album: Diana Ross (1976)
Charted: 10 1
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  • If there's a cure for this
    I don't want it
    I don't want it
    If there's a remedy
    I'll run from it
    From it

    Think about it all the time
    Never let it out of my mind
    'Cause I love you

    I've got the sweetest hangover
    I don't wanna get over
    Sweetest hangover

    Yeah, I don't wanna get over
    I don't wanna get
    I don't wanna get over

    Ooh, I don't need no cure
    I don't need no cure
    I don't need no cure

    Sweet lovin'
    Sweet, sweet love
    Sweet, sweet love
    Sweet, sweet, sweet, sweet love

    Don't call a doctor (sweet, sweet, sweet, sweet)
    Don't call her momma
    Don't call her preacher (love)

    No, I don't need it
    I don't want it

    Sweet love, I love you
    Sweet love, need love

    If there's a cure for this
    I don't want it
    I don't want it no, no
    I don't want it
    If there's a cure for this
    I don't need it
    Sweet, sweet, sweet, sweet love
    Sweet, sweet, sweet, sweet love
    Sweet, sweet, sweet, sweet love
    Sweet, sweet, sweet, sweet love Writer/s: MARILYN MC LEOD, PAMELA JOAN SAWYER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 5

  • Tony from San DiegoHow are there NOT more comments about such a great song ? Great album with some great deep cuts.
  • AnonymousHow are there NOT more comments on such a great song? I actually love this album, did not realize how deep most of these cuts are.
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn May 29, 1976, the 5th Dimension performed "Love Hangover" on the Dick Clark ABC-TV network Saturday-afternoon program 'American Bandstand'...
    The song had entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart on March 28th at #95, and at the same time Diana Ross' version of "Love Hangover" also entered the Top 100 at position #78...
    The 5th Dimension's version stayed on the Top 100 for 4 weeks, and on it's 4th week it peaked at #80...
    Ms. Ross' version would peak at #1 {for 2 weeks} on May 23rd, 1976...
    Between 1967 and 1976 the 5th Dimension had thirty Top 100 records; seven made the Top 10 with two* reaching #1, "Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In" for 6 weeks in 1969 and "Wedding Bell Blues" for 3 weeks, also in 1969...
    Original group member Ron Townson passed away on August 2nd, 2001 at the young age of 68...
    May he R.I.P.
    * The 5th Dimension just missed having a third #1 record when "One Less Bell To Answer" peaked at #2 {for 2 weeks} in 1970, and for the two weeks it was at #2, the #1 record for both those two weeks was "My Sweet Lord/Isn't It A Pity" by George Harrison.
  • Clay from Pasadena, CaThe song was NOT originally intended for the 5th Dimension. I was the arranger on the song and after Diana recorded it I was asked to gather the musicians together to play it again for the 5th to record it cause they knew Berry was NOT going to release it as a single on Diana. So we did it on the 5th...
    THEN Berry found out and relased it as a single on Ms. Ross and the rest is history.
  • John from Nashville, TnThe first part of this song was sampled by Monica on her #1 pop hit "The First Night".
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