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Famous Blues Covers: "Blues Breakers/John Mayall with Eric Clapton"--- "All Your Love"




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"All Your Love" is a blues masterpiece recorded for "The Beano Album", in 1966.











It was originally written and recorded by the great Chicago bluesman Otis Rush in 1958.




 "All the love I miss loving, all the kiss I miss kissing.
All the love I miss loving, all the kiss I miss kissing.
Before I met you baby, never knew what I was missing.
All your love, pretty baby, that I got in store for you.
All your love, pretty baby, that I got in store for you.
I love you pretty baby, well I say you love me too.
All your loving, pretty baby, all your loving, pretty baby.
All your loving, pretty baby, all your loving, pretty baby.
Since I first met you baby, I never knew what I was missing.
Hey, hey baby, hey, hey baby.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, baby, oh, oh, baby.
Since I first met you baby, never knew what I was missing."
Source: LyricFind
Composed by Otis Rush
Lyrics of All Your Love © BMG Rights Management

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