Category Archives: Soul/funk

  1. "You Really Got Me" is the first hit for The Kinks. Before releasing it, they put out two singles that flopped: a cover of "Long Tall Sally" and a Ray Davis composition called "You Still Want Me."If "You Really Got Me" didn't sell, there was a good chance their record label would have dropped them, but the song gave them the hit they were looking for.
  2. Composition "You've Really Got a Hold On Me" was written by Smokey Robinson while in New York in on business for Motown; he heard Sam Cooke's "Bring It On Home to Me", which was in the charts at the time, and — influenced by it — wrote the song in his hotel room.. Recording. The song was recorded in Motown's Studio A on October 16, with Robinson on lead vocals, and Miracles.
  3. Yeah, you really got me now You got me so I can't sleep at night Yeah, you really got me now You got me so I don't know what I'm doin, now Oh yeah, you really got me now You got me so I can't sleep at night You really got me You really got me You really got me See, don't ever set me free I always wanna be by your side Girl, you really got me now.
  4. Jun 04,  · Most commonly, it's used to show that something annoys you. So, if you have an irritating brother or sister, you'd say, "He/she really gets to me." However, it can also mean that you were moved/upset by something. So, if you watched a sad programme, you'd say, "It really got to me.":).
  5. Smokey Robinson "You Really Got A Hold On Me": I don't like you, but I love you Seems that I'm always thinkin' of you You treat me badly, I love yo.
  6. Watching this film was something of a transcendental, magical experience for me, as normally if you're watching a bad film on TV, DVD or specifically Netflix, if you don't like it, you can just turn it off and eat some cheese, for instance.
  7. In the film, "It Might Get Loud", Page is explicitly asked if he ever did any work for the Kinks. His answer, " Yeah, I did some Kinks stuff." So if he didn't do the solo on "You Really Got Me", what the heck did he do? Ppynenburg , 4 January (UTC) (moved comment to date order). Good question.
  8. • Again, it gets me away utterly from television. • Sometimes I can laugh it off but inside it gets me down. • But never mind the niceties: it gets me in. • But what gets me most is when somebody dies who hasn't really lived. • Heaven knows I've tried talking to him, but it gets me nowhere. • But it gets me out of the house for a while.

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