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Your Didn´t Have To Be So Nice - The Lovin Spoonful - Best Of The Lovin´ Spoonful (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. You didn't have to be so nice I would have liked you anyway If you had just looked once or twice And gone upon your quiet way Today I said the time was right for me to follow you I knew I'd find you in a day or two And it's true You came upon a quiet day (ooh) You simply seemed to take your place (ooh) I knew that it would be that way (ooh) The minute that I saw your face (ooh) And when we've.
  2. Listen to The Lovin' Spoonful "You Didn't Have To Be So Nice" for free. Search for free music to stream. Create your own free internet radio station.
  3. There was a lot of pop in the Lovin' Spoonful's early folk-rock, and "You Didn't Have to Be So Nice" was one of their poppier offerings, particularly in the almost Spectoresque bells heard on the opening instrumental intro and chorus.
  4. Nov 09,  · From Hullabaloo, The Lovin Spoonful performing: You Didn't Have To Be So Nice. () Great looking video with a bit of shimmy due to the age of the original tape.
  5. " You Didn't Have to Be So Nice " is the second single released by The Lovin' Spoonful, issued in The song was featured on their album, Daydream. It reached #10 on the Billboard Hot in January According to its writer, band bassist and songwriter Steven Boone, it was inspired by s celebrity photographer Nurit Wilde.
  6. The Lovin' Spoonful Lyrics. "You Didn't Have To Be So Nice". You didn't have to be so nice. I would have liked you anyway. If you had just looked once or twice. And gone upon your quiet way. Today I said the time was right for me to follow you. I knew I'd find you in a day or two. And it's true.
  7. Barry from Sauquoit, Ny On December 11, , the Lovin' Spoonful performed "You Didn't Have To Be So Nice" on the Los Angeles-based syndicated television program, 'Shivaree' At the time the song was at #39 on Billboard's Top chart, six weeks later it would peak at #10 {for 1 week} and it spent nine weeks on the Top
  8. One of the most joyful bands of the mid- to late '60s, the Lovin' Spoonful, led by John Sebastian's songwriting and singing, had a string of good-time hits in the latter part of the decade, all of which are here, including the classics "Do You Believe in Magic," "Daydream," and the thundering "Summer in the City," as well as two-thirds of the infectious did/didn't series, "Did You Ever Have to.
  9. The Lovin' Spoonful The Best Of The Lovin' Spoonful Track Listing: 1. Do You Belive In Magic 2. Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind 3. Butchie's Tune 4. Jug Band Music 5. Night Owl Blues 6. You Didn't Have To Be So Nice 7. Daydream 8. Blues In The Bottle 9. Didn't Want To Have To Do It Wild About My Lovin' Younger Girl Summer In.

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