Who Loves You

Album: Who Loves You (1975)
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  • Who loves you, pretty baby?
    Who's gonna help you through the night?
    Who loves you, pretty mama?
    Who's always there to make it right?

    Who loves you, pretty baby?
    Who's gonna help you through the night?
    Who loves you, pretty mama?
    Who's always there to make it right?

    Who loves you?
    Who loves you, pretty baby?
    Who's gonna love you, mama?
    Who loves you?
    Who loves you, pretty baby?

    When tears are in your eyes and you can't find the way
    It's hard to make believe you're happy when you're gray
    Baby, when you're feelin' like you'll never see the mornin' light
    Come to me
    Baby, you'll see

    Who loves you, pretty baby?
    Who's gonna help you through the night?
    Who loves you, pretty mama?
    Who's always there to make it?

    Who loves you?
    Who loves you, pretty baby?
    Who's gonna love you, mama?
    Who loves you?
    Who loves you, pretty baby?

    And when you think the whole wide world has passed you by
    You keep on tryin', but you really don't know why
    Baby, when you need a smile to help the shadows drift away
    Come to me
    Baby, you'll see

    Who loves you, pretty baby?
    Who's gonna help you through the night?
    Who loves you, pretty mama?
    Who's always there to make it?

    Who loves you?
    Who's gonna love you, love you?
    Who's gonna love you?
    Who loves you?
    Who's gonna love you, love you?
    Who's gonna love you?

    Baby, baby
    Do do do do
    Come to me
    Baby, you'll see

    Who loves you, pretty baby?
    Who's gonna help you through the night?
    Who loves you, pretty mama?
    Who's always there to make it?

    Who loves you?
    Who's gonna love you, love you?
    Who's gonna love you?
    Who loves you?
    Who's gonna love you, love you? Writer/s: BOB GAUDIO, JUDY PARKER
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Royalty Network, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Anonymous from AnonymousActually Joe Long was still in the band during this time, he recorded bass and backing vocals during this time. After recording this song and appearing on TV to promote it, he left (or was booted out) because of what the band thought was him slowly losing his skills. Don plays guitar with Jon on this track. Aside from that, everything else is correct.
  • Jim Castro from Rowland Heights. CaSo awesome - I forgot it was so great - Those great bass lines - Believe that's Don - I never heard bass lines like that on The Four Seasons records - Masterpiece.
  • Sim from Cleveland RocksA musical masterpiece... Tight musically with great harmonies. And topped of with Valli's lead vocal. They don't make 'm like they used to.
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