Category: Alternative

Im Gonna Get Your Love (Long Version) - Jade (2) - Im Gonna Get Your Love (Vinyl)



  1. Gonna let you know I long to have you next to me Oh baby can't you see I'm gonna love you My baby don't you know Squeeze you and hold you tight Loving you is all I want now Honey gonna make you feel right You know I need you so Listen baby Just the way you want now Baby I'm gonna love you Gonna give you all I've got We'll do it just the way you.
  2. Nov 09,  · According to Discogs there is an instrumental version of this. I would love to hear that! I would love to hear that! I purchased this for $ a year ago, and you have to agree, that was a steal!
  3. Song information for I'm Gonna Get Your Love - Jade on AllMusic.
  4. Someone's gonna see If it's gonna get better, it starts with a feeling If it's gonna get better, it's gonna take time If it's gonna get better, we've gotta start now cos I know, everybody can feel it and I know, everybody will see it cos it shows, and that shows I'm not dreaming cos you know, and I .
  5. I'm gonna admit something really hokey I used to love this one so much that I've cried in joy to it! TZ Comment by ExpatMichael. Love me some Nancy Martinez. TZ Comment by ExpatMichael. Total joy. TZ Comment by williamandrew Loved playing this and your remixes are always fabulous!
  6. I'm Gonna Get Your Love, a Single by Jade. Released in Genres: Hi-NRG, Synthpop.
  7. "Love's Gonna Get You" is a dance single by Jocelyn Brown, a singer who had sung with the groups Salsoul Orchestra and Inner Life. The single was the first of four that Brown took to number one on the U.S. dance chart. It also reached number thirty-eight on the R&B singles chart, and was her second R&B top 40 hit as a solo artist.
  8. "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me" reached #2 on both the Billboard Hot and its R&B charts in January the Record World Top Pops ranked "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me" at #1 for the three weeks of 4 January to 18 January while Cash Box ranked the single #1 on its chart for 25 January
  9. "I'm Gonna Love You Too" is a song written by Joe B. Mauldin, Niki Sullivan and Norman Petty, originally recorded by Buddy Holly in and released as a single in It was covered 20 years later by American new wave band Blondie and released as the lead single in the U.S. from their multi-platinum album Parallel Lines.