Come And Get Your Love

Album: Wovoka (1973)
Charted: 5
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  • Hail (hail), what's the matter with your head, yeah
    Hail (hail), what's the matter with your mind and your sign and a oh oh oh
    Hail (hail) nothin' the matter with your head baby find it, come on and find it
    Hail, with it baby 'cause you're fine and you're mine and you look so divine

    Come and get your love
    Come and get your love
    Come and get your love
    Come and get your love

    Hail (hail), what's the matter with you, feel right, don't you feel right baby
    Hail, oh yeah, get it from the main vine, all right
    I said I'll find it, find it
    Lovin', love it if you like it yeah
    Hail (hail) it's your business
    If you want some, take some
    Get it together baby

    Come and get your love
    Come and get your love
    Come and get your love
    Come and get your love

    Hail (hail)
    What's the matter with you, feel right, don't you feel right baby
    Hail, oh yeah
    Get it from the main vine, all right

    La la la la la la la la la la la la (come and get your love)
    La la la la la la la la la la la la woo (come and get your love)
    La la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la (come and get your love)
    La da da da da da da da da ooh (come and get your love)
    La da bum bum bum da pa bum bum (come and get your love) Writer/s: Lolly Vegas
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 8

  • Main Vine from FloridaI have seen the lyrics on other sites as well. Some say get it from the mainline like this site has it and a comment thinking mainline its about drugs. A person would think that saying mainline, The true lyrics its get it from the MAIN VINE meaning MOTHER EARTH !! please correct it. [Yeah, it sure sounds like "main vine," and that makes more sense. We made that correction. -editor]
  • T'ika from California Rob from NYC,
    You are wrong.
    You don't know the lyrics.
    "Main vine" is correct.
    (Tree of Life)
  • Cb from Kythis song is also the intro song for the animated show "F Is For Family"
  • George E H from Liverpool England This song is played on an advert in the UK and is having a revival with the younger generation. Happy summer time song.
  • Old Dude from KansasThank you for the music and the education. What a spectacular hit. Truly a magical tune.
  • Rob from New York CityI was 11 when this came out and loved it. However, I have a different take on the meaning, at least part of it. The lyrics state "what's the matter with you(r) feel right..... yeah, you get it from the mainline...", which, to me, is a blatant drug reference. Correct me if I'm wrong here, but isn't this so?
  • Mavis from Upper MidwestHow can this timeless tune have only one comment? It’s truly a get-happy kind of song!
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn February 16, 1974, Redbone performed "Come and Get Your Love" on the Dick Clark ABC-TV Saturday-afternoon program, 'American Bandstand'...
    At the time the song was at #35 on Billboard's Top 100 chart, eight weeks later it would peak at #5 {for 2 weeks} and it spent almost a half-year on the Top 100 {23 weeks}...
    It reached #75 on Billboard's R&B Singles chart...
    Besides "Come and Get Your Love", the Los Angeles-based group had two other Top 100 records, "Maggie" {#45 in 1971} and "The Witch Queen of New Orleans" {#21 in 1972}...
    Sadly, two members of the band have passed away, Tony Bellamy on December 25th, 2009 and Lolly Vegas on March 4th, 2010...
    May they both R.I.P.
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