You're The One

Album: Meet The Vogues (1965)
Charted: 4
  • Every time we meet, everything is sweet
    Oh, you're so tender, I must surrender
    My love is your love, now and forever

    You're the one that I long to kiss
    Baby, you're the one that I really miss (yeah, yeah, yeah)
    You're the one that I'm dreamin' of
    Baby, you're the one that I love

    Keep me in your heart, never let us part
    Ooh, never leave me, please don't deceive me
    I want you only, you must believe me

    You're the one that I long to kiss
    Baby, you're the one that I really miss (yeah, yeah, yeah)
    You're the one that I'm dreamin' of
    Baby, you're the one that I love

    I adore you and no one before you could make me feel this way, yay
    Since I met you I just can't forget you, I love you more each day
    (Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)

    There may be some tears through the comin' years
    Ooh, all the while I know you'll be smilin'
    Your love will guide me through every mile 'causeWriter/s: YOKO ONO, JOHN LENNON
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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Comments: 2

  • Jennifur Sun from RamonaDon't know who played drums on this song, but LOVED THEM. One of my fav Rock tunes.
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn September 12th 1965, "You're the One" by the Vogues entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #90; and on November 7th, 1965 it peaked at #4 {for 1 week} and spent 12 weeks on the Top 100...
    Their follow-up release, "Five O'Clock World", also peaked at #4 on the Top 100 {on January 9th, 1966}...
    Between 1965 and 1969 the Turtle Creek, PA quartet had fourteen Top 100 records; with four making the Top 10, and their other two Top 10 records both peaked at #7, "Turn Around, Look At Me" for 2 weeks on August 11th, 1968 and "My Special Angel" for 2 weeks on October 6th, 1968.
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