Whatcha Gonna Do About It?

Album: Small Faces (1965)
Charted: 14
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  • I want you to know that I love you, baby
    Want you to know that I care

    I'm so happy when you're round me but I'm
    Sad when you're not there
    Sing the song now

    (Whatcha gonna do about it?) oh yeah
    (Whatcha gonna do about it?) tell the truth
    (Whatcha gonna do about it?) she's so nice
    (Whatcha gonna do about it?)

    I want you to give your sweet, sweet kisses
    Want you to hold me tight

    I want you to come whenever I call you
    And let me walk you home at night

    (Whatcha gonna do about it?) eh, yeah
    (Whatcha gonna do about it?) please answer my question, baby
    (Whatcha gonna do about it?) she's so nice
    (Whatcha gonna do about it?)

    I want you to know that I love you, baby
    I said this before but that I care

    I'm so happy when you're round me but I'm
    Sad when you're not there
    Baby, there it comes again

    (Whatcha gonna do about it?) oh yeah
    (Whatcha gonna do about it?) 'cause I'm so crazy
    (Whatcha gonna do about it?) you're too
    (Whatcha gonna do about it?)
    (Whatcha gonna do about it?)

Comments: 2

  • Keith from Downey, CaThat's Steve Marriott singing; who went on to form Humble Pie with Peter Frampton.
  • Joshua from Twin Cities, MnFittingly enough for a band likened to the Who, the drummer tapped by the Who to replace the late Keith Moon was Small Faces alumnus Kenny Jones.
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