Lover of mine Gone to a faraway land Serving your country On some faraway sand If you should get lonely Remember that your heart belongs to me
I'm sending you a picture To carry with you all the time So when you're feeling lonely It's something to remind you I'm thinking of you constantly Remember that your hearts belongs to me Your heart belongs to me
If a pretty girl should pass you by I won't mind If you give her the eye Or even if you give her a smile sometimes But keep your heart Because your heart is mine Your heart is mine Your heart is mine
Lover of mine If I could tell you how I yearn For the day to come When you will return From far across the sea So remember that your heart belongs to me Remember your heart belongs to me Far across the sea
Writer/s: SMOKEY ROBINSON, WILLIAM ROBINSON JR.
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn December 9th, 1962, Motown Records released the Supreme's debut album, "Meet the Supremes"... Two tracks from the album were released as 45 RPM records; "Your Heart Belongs to Me" (it peaked at #95 the Top 100) and "Let Me Go the Right Way" (it reached #26 on Billboard's R&B chart and #90 on the Top 100)... The album was released in 1964 in the United Kingdom, and peaked at #13... Nineteen months later in July 1964 the group released "Where Did Our Love Go", and it would become the 1st of their twelve No. 1s.
John from Nashville, TnWritten by Smokey Robinson, this song became the Supremes first Billboard Hot 100 hit. It was also one of the earliest songs quietly addressing the Vietnam war.
Kristin from Bessemer, AlEven though this is a great Cha-cha-cha song, The Supremes, at the time when this song was released,were still known around Motown as the "no-hit Supremes"-
Jim from Dearborn Heights, MiAround this time all three supremes were singing on their first album Meet The Supremes you can here all three this was before Berry Gordy made Diana Ross the lead singer also Meet The Supremes had two different front covers one with them sitting on stools wearing black dresses and the other one just their faces