• Artist: Doña Oxford
  • Title: He's My Baby
  • Genre: R'n'B - Classic/Soul
  • Mood: Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium (78-95)
  • Instruments: Acoustic Piano, Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 1/1/0001
  • Lyric themes: Uncertainty Questioning, Attraction/Sex Appeal, Being in Love Passion, Infidelity Cheating, Longing, Loneliness
  • Lyric hook: He’s my baby, I love that man of mine, he’s my baby, I got to call him on the telephone, he’s my baby, he’s my baby, so why do I feel so all alone
  • Lyrics: Somebody’s got to tell me Where my baby lays his head Cuz it’s been days and weeks & month Since he’s been sleeping in my bed I got to know, I got to know, I got to know – She’s got to know Is he still in love with me Cuz if he’s with another woman Then he’s buzzin’ ‘round the wrong tree, cuz He’s my baby – I love that man of mine He’s my baby – I got to call him on the telephone He’s my baby – he’s my baby So why do I feel so all alone I moved over the mountain, Across the river to the sea Just to be closer to my baby Then he moved his heart away from me I remember like it was yesterday - yesterday He said that he loved me Now my heart is aching And there’s pain where his love used to be cuz He’s my baby – I love that man of mine He’s my baby – I got to call him on the telephone He’s my baby – he’s my baby So why do I feel so all alone Now if you see my baby Walkin’ around town on the arms of another another girl You tell him how he hurt me And he destroyed my whole wide world He’s my baby – I love that man of mine He’s my baby – I got to call him on the telephone He’s my baby – he’s my baby So why do I feel so all alone
  • Keywords: funky, Bass, Guitar, Motown
  • Ending type: Fade Out

About Doña Oxford

Doña Oxford

Los Angeles, CA United States

Doña Oxford

In a dramatic scene reminiscent of the life story of many a blues legend, Doña Oxford was born in a parking lot in the back seat of an old Chevrolet. Although the event perhaps falls short of qualifying as the stuff of fable (since it occurred not in the Mississippi Delta, but outside a hospital on New York City’s ritzy Upper West Side), Doña’s impatience to enter the world was an early indication of the ...

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