This Northern soul classic was recorded by a trio from South Carolina and written by two British songwriters. Its release pattern was staggered regionally around the country… Read More 




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Nothing but a heartache every day(Nothing but a heartache)Nothing but a teardrop all of the way(Nothing but a teardrop)Loving a bad guy is such a sin, yeahHe's got me all wonCan I get him?Nothing but a heartache every day yeah(Nothing but a heartache)Nothing but a teardrop all of the way(Nothing but a teardrop)It is one situation that I just can't win, yeahHe's got me all wonCan I get him?I got a lot of those heartachesI got a lot of those teardropsHeartaches, teardrops, all of the wayNothing but a heartache every dayNothing but a heartache every day(Nothing but a heartache)Nothing but a teardrop all of the way(Nothing but a teardrop)Him loving me is just too slim, yeahHe's got me all wonCan I get him?
I got a lot of those heartachesI got a lot of those teardropsHeartaches, teardrops, all of the wayNothing but a heartache every dayNothing but a heartache every day(Nothing but a heartache)Nothing but a teardrop all of the way(Nothing but a teardrop)Him loving me is just too slim, yeahHe's got me all wonCan I get him?Nothing but a heartache every day yeah(Nothing but a heartache)Nothing but a teardrop all of the way(Nothing but a teardrop)Heartache, ooh, I get 'em every, every day(Nothing but a heartache)Tears pouring all down my face(Nothing but a teardrop)Ooh, the man has got me, so uptight(Nothing but a teardrop)Nothin' I do, seem to
This Northern soul classic was recorded by a trio from South Carolina and written by two British songwriters. Its release pattern was staggered regionally around the country, so it peaked at #34 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts in 1969, even though it reached the Top 10 in several major markets.


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