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Depending on which chart you look at this one from Lobo was a #8 on Billboard but a #1 on the Easy Listening charts in 1972.
This album was a monster for Lobo is it produced four #1 hits for the Easy Listening charts. Try doing that today.
The song can be found on the album "Of A Simple Man".
This song hails from the Calumet album from 1973 and peaked at #22 on US Billboard Hot 100 chart and made it to #4 on the Easy Listening chart.
This song was Lobo's highest charting song globally reaching #1 in several countries. On it's initial release it failed to chart in the UK, but two years later the song was re-released and it peaked at #5.
Liza Minnelli covered the song as did several international artists.
The song is off of his 1972 album "Of A Simple Man" which was his 2nd album.
In 1971 Lobo released his debut album and this song was a single from that album "Introducing Lobo". He was trying to write song with the phrase "you and me" in it, but then decided to flip it to "me and you".
And while contemplating what else to write, his German Shepard dog named Boo began staring at him thru the glass doors from the backyard and a song was born. The song was his 2nd most successful behind I'd Love You To Want Me.
Eddie Reeves and Alex Harvey who worked at United Artists Music, co-wrote this for a friends wedding. As fate would have it, copies of the version got around and eventually was recorded by several artists including Cymarron out of Memphis, country artists Tompal & The Glaser Brothers as well as Lonnie Mack.
Lobo in released his version in1974 and it peaked at #43 on Billboard. The song hails from his "Just A Singer" album.
This song hails from the 1973 album Calumet but Lobo never released this song as a single.
"There Ain't No Way", "How Can I Tell Her" and "It Sure Took A Long Long Time" were the singles chosen for release.
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