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I Miss You (later reissued as Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes) is the debut album released by Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes on the Philadelphia International record label in August 1972. It was produced by Kenneth Gamble & Leon Huff. The album title was changed from I Miss You to Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes and given a new cover after the success of the single "If You Don't Know Me by Now".
Since I Lost My Baby" is a 1965 hit single recorded by The Temptations for the Motown Records' Gordy label. Written by Miracles members Smokey Robinson and Pete Moore and produced by Robinson, the song was a top 20 pop single on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States, on which it peaked at number 17. On Billboard's R&B singles chart, "Since I Lost My Baby" peaked at number four.
Wrote and produced the album, "Love's Gonna Save this World. My place of birth is Grenada, . Be better, not bitter.
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Classic Sides 1924-1938. Write a Letter to My Mother. Classic Sides 1924-1938.
Album Frankly Sentimental. One for My Baby (And One More for the Road) Lyrics. It's quarter to 3 There's no one in the place Except you and me So set 'em up, Joe I got a little story I think you should know We're drinkin' my friends To the end Of a brief episode. Make it one for my baby And one more for the road. I got the routine Put another nickel In the machine Feelin' so bad Can't you make the music Easy and sad? I could tell you a lot But you've gotta be True to your code. Written by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer for the musical film The Sky’s The LImit (1943). Originally sung by Fred Astaire for the film, the song became a major hit with Sinatra’s rendition in 1947. One for My Baby (And One More for the Road)" Track Info. Written By Johnny Mercer & Harold Arlen. Composer Harold Arlen. Lyricist Johnny Mercer. Frankly Sentimental Frank Sinatra.
Try to make reading part of your daily routine with your baby-for example, at bedtime. You can start out reading for a few minutes at a time, and extend to longer reading sessions as your child grows older and develops a longer attention span. Find a comfortable place to read and turn off other distractions such as the television or radio. Here are some tips for reading to your child: Birth to 1 year:, In the early months, hold your baby close and read, talk and sing to her., By 3-6 months of age, your baby will start to enjoy looking at mirrors and pictures of faces, shapes, colors. She will begin to make sounds, reach out and touch the pictures. Choose books with interesting pictures and textures. By 6-12 months of age, your baby will sit in your lap, look at the pictures, touch the book, and put the book in her mouth. Use plastic and cardboard books, and point to and name the pictures for your baby.
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