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Baby, baby
You don't understand
How much I love you baby
And how much I wanna be your only man, oh baby

Baby, baby, baby
You don't have to go
Stay a little while longer baby
I wanna talk to you just a little more

I see the little tears in your eyes about to fall
You are wondering if I'm for real
But if you cry, I wonder why you cry
I tell you, know why this is how I feel

Baby I'm for real
(Baby I'm for real)
(Baby I'm for real)

But if you wanna know the truth about it
Girl, I just can't live with out you
And that's why I'm confessing my love to you
So that I can live my whole life with you

Baby, baby, baby
(My whole life with you)
Don't leave
(My whole life with you)
Never, never, never, never gonna leave you baby
(My whole life with you)
Oh
(My whole life with you)

Release History

The The Originals song "Baby, I'm for Real" appears on the following albums:
Baby I'm for Real / Moment of Truth
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12 August 1969

Baby I'm for Real / Moment of Truth

  1. Baby, I'm for Real (3:19)
  2. Moment of Truth (2:57)

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The Originals often called "Motown's best-kept secret", were a successful Motown R&B and soul group during the late 1960s and the 1970s, most notable for the hits "Baby I'm for Real", "The Bells" and the disco classic "Down to Love Town". Formed in 1966, the group originally consisted of bass singer Freddie Gorman, baritone (and the group's founder) Walter Gaines, and tenors C. P. Spencer and Hank Dixon (and briefly Joe Stubbs). Ty Hunter replaced Spencer when he left to go solo in the early 1970s. They had all previously sung in other Detroit groups, C.P. having been an original member of the (Detroit) Spinners and Ty having sung with the Supremes member Scherrie Payne in the group Glass House. Spencer, Gaines, Hunter, and Dixon (at one time or another) were also members of the Voice Masters. As a member of the Holland–Dozier–Gorman writing-production team (before Holland–Dozier–Holland), Gorman (as a mailman) was one of the co-writers of Motown's first number 1 pop hit "Please Mr. Postman", recorded by the Marvelettes. In 1964, the Beatles released their version. In 1975, the Carpenters took it to number 1 again. This was the second time in pop history that a song had reached number 1 twice. "The Twist" by Chubby Checker, reached number 1 in 1960 and 1961. In 2006, "Please Mr. Postman" was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

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Music Format
7" single
Year(s) Recorded
1969, Hitsville USA (Studio A), Detroit, Michigan
Genre
Soul
doo-wop
Song Duration
3:19
Labels
Soul
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