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Famous Blues Covers: Freddie King, "Love Her with a Feeling"





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Famous Blues Covers


This song was written by Tampa Red, but it was the adaptation done by Freddie King that added great energy and made it popular!





"You've Got to Love Her with a Feeling", or "Love with a Feeling" as it was originally titled, is a blues song first recorded by Tampa Red in 1938. Numerous blues artists have interpreted and recorded the song, making it a blues standard. When Freddie King adapted it in 1961, it became his first single to appear in the record charts.




Now-ow, if you wanna love that woman
A-you love her with a thrill
'Cause-a if you don't
A-some other man will
You've got to love her with a feeling
You got to love her with a feeling
Love her with a feeling, man
Or don't you love at all
She shakes all over
A-when she walks
She made a blind man see
She made a, a dumb man talk
You know she love me with a feeling
A-love me with a feeling
Love me with a feeling, baby
Or don't you love at all
The cops took her in
How that woman didn't need no bail
How she wiggled one time for the judge
And the judge put the cops in jail
You know you love me with a feeling
A-love me with a feeling
Love me with a feeling, baby
Or don't you love at all.

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